IMPORTANT: Please remember hats and suncream whilst this hot weather continues.

Year 6 – Dinner Money

Message for Year 6 parents / carers. Please could all outstanding dinner money, and payments for dinners for next week, be paid asap. Next Friday’s dinner for Year 6 will be free as it is their end of school BBQ which is kindly donated by the PTA. Any left over dinner money will be transferred […]

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Intergenerational Reunion

Today we were delighted to welcome our friends from St Clements Court and Heseltine House to Holland Park School for afternoon tea. The children, their parents and the residents spent a lovely afternoon playing games, carrying out art and craft activities and having a good old catch up over tea and cake. We were then […]

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Stay Sun Safe this Sports Day

Tomorrow, Friday 6th July, will be our annual Holland Park Sports day. We are lucky enough to be experiencing some beautiful weather at the moment which should allow for a wonderful day. However, staying safe in the sun is of upmost importance. Please ensure that ALL children arrive at school with suncream already applied (and […]

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Sports Day Drinks and Ice Lolly Stall

During the family picnic at this Friday’s Sports Day, the PTA will have a stall selling ice lollies and bottles of water. All items will be £1 each. Please ensure that you have plenty of change should you wish to make a purchase. All proceeds to Holland Park.

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Lunchtime Activities

Our children have been enjoying using the ‘Huff n Puff’ resources during the spring and summer term. This iniative is run by our Year 6 Play Leaders who follow a rota to enable all pupils to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. These activities have numerous benefits, including: Improving fitness and co-ordination, Promoting exercise and […]

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Buddy Groups Discuss Parking

This morning we held a Buddy Group session to discuss parking around our school. We were joined by some members of our Parent Council who were keen to hear the children’s thoughts on how they feel about parking, and to ask for their suggestions on how we can encourage safer parking or use alternative methods […]

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School Council on Tour

This week the School Council went out on the minibus to visit Market Field School for a multi-schools council meeting. We were given a very warm welcome and enjoyed having the opportunity to meet with children who are on the School Council at other local schools. On the agenda there were a number of items […]

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Year 4 Burwell House 2018 – Day 3

It was a much quieter morning.  The children were fast asleep, and stayed asleep until wakeup call at 7am.  Unfortunately, it will be a very busy morning for us as we have to strip our beds, pack our bags and have a room inspection all before breakfast. We hurriedly finished our breakfast so that we […]

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Year 4 Burwell House 2018 – Day 2

After a restful sleep, we awoke excitedly to begin our day.  Some of us were up to see the summer sunrise, whilst others stayed in bed until we were woken abruptly. We stayed in our rooms until it was time to get up and sort our things.  Like little elves, we tidied our belongings to […]

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Year 4 Burwell House 2018 – Day 1

After a long coach journey, we finally arrived at Burwell House! Immediately, we sprung into action and began our Snail Game.  This involved scattering around the grounds in search for questions. This built up our appetite.  So we sat down to scrumptious chicken fajitas, seasoned potato wedges, juicy salad, and a hearty sprinkle of cheese.  […]

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