So much was crammed into this final week but before we share some photos of what went on; all of the staff would like to thank all of the parents, carers , children and their families for making this term such a wonderful one.
Huge thank yous and good byes go to Mrs Hunter, Mrs Hendy and Mrs
Elbra for their hard work and being a part of our Hever journeys. We wish you all all the best and can’t thank you enough for all you have done for our school good luck to you all!
We hope you all enjoy the Christmas holidays and return to school in January rested and re-freshed.
See you in 2023!
This week, the whole of Key Stage 2 enjoyed a wonderful and thought provoking London show Pinocchio, at the Unicorn theatre. The story was beautifully told and had a positive message about being truthful to yourself and others. The children laughed, squealed, shouted and sat open mouthed throughout the performance. As always, they showed Hever at its best!
A massive ‘thank you’ to all of the staff and parent helpers for
their support with the KS2 panto! It was wonderful!
It’s behind YOU!
Thank you to the PTA for organising a brilliant in house panto experience for the Key Stage 1 children…including tickets and ice cream. They had a brilliant time… ‘oh no they didn’t’…! OH YES THEY DID!
A wonderful Christmas Lunch was served up by The Pollen Partnership on Wednesday. It was lovely to all enjoy the feast together.
Many thanks to local company Sontay for sponsoring the crackers and decorations!
Well done to all of the KS1 classes for putting on a true show! Words were remembered beautifully and actions and acting performed impeccably!
The Nativity was brilliant - many thanks to Mrs Hendy and KS1 teachers for practicing and parents for the fabulous costumes. Big thanks also goes to Steve Lunn for the set design.
The DVD is still available to purchase over the holidays and can be collected from the school office in January.
The KS2 Carol Service was a lovely way to end the week, held in St Peter’s Church next door. Thank you to all of the families who made the service and we hope you enjoyed it.
It was a lovely Christmassy farewell from Santa and his elves this afternoon who brought more snow and wonderful treats too.