October 2020 Newsletter
Autumn Term Newsletter - September 2020
We were delighted to welcome Mrs Richardson and Rachel Saum into school to make Christingles for the Christingle Service tomorrow. Children were incredibly enthusiastic in learning about the meaning of Christingles and then had a go at making them. A huge thank you to Mrs Richardson and Rachel Saum for involving our pupils.
Christmas Productions 2019
We look forward so much to our children’s Christmas performances and they certainly out performed themselves this year!
Our KS1 production of Hey Ewe! Was just amazing. Our very youngest children in the school sang their hearts out, even when there was a technical blip with the music! Their words and stage presence were incredible, and it was a joy to see how much the children enjoyed performing for their families and friends.
Our older children performed Christmas around the World and what an education it was! We were amazed by their linguistic skills.
We really hoped that you enjoyed these Christmas productions, and we thank you for all the support by sending in costumes and attending the performances.
We would also like to thank the staff who have worked so hard with the children to deliver these performances. We are sure you agree, it’s a lovely start to Christmas!
Coventry Building Society Community Day
The children were lucky to have an action-packed day led by members from Coventry Building Society, giving the children the opportunity to find out more about a healthy life style, teamwork in sports and making choices for the future.
Friends of HLS - Autumn 2019 Newsletter!
Dates for the diary!
Our new outdoors play equipment has arrived!
Summer 2019 Newsletter
Hampton Lucy Primary School - Coventry Building Society Community Day
Cross of Nails
On Tuesday 5th June children from Loxley School safely delivered the Cross of Nails to Hampton Lucy School and the event was marked by a service in church lead by Reverend Rachel Saum.
The Cross is travelling to all the church schools in the Diocese of Coventry to mark the centenary of its founding.
Loxley School took the cross on their PGL adventure trip and Hampton Lucy children in Reception and Year 6 have made their own replica crosses from household nails.
Shakespeare Week - 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' Puppets - Mary Arden's Farm
Nicola from the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust has contacted us to say:
'It was lovely at Mary Arden’s Farm at the weekend (21st and 22nd March) because lots of children from Hampton Lucy C of E Primary School came to see their art work in situation. They were so proud of their work, it really was special to see' ....... 'Everyone at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust said how welcome all the staff at Hampton Lucy made them feel and how great it was to work with you all. Thank you very much for all your support and enthusiasm for the project'
The following photograph is of the work completed by our children which was on show at Mary Arden's Farm.
Where to go for information on a school closure in the event of adverse weather conditions or an emergency
Warwickshire County Council – School Closures - www.warwickshire.gov.uk/schoolclosures
- View the list of schools which are currently closed
- Text message alerts
Sign up to receive free text messages when your school closes
Local radio stations play an important part in communications between schools and parents/carers. For information about school closures listen to your local station.
- Your local stations include:
- BBC Coventry & Warwickshire 94.8FM, 103.7 FM, 104
- Free Radio 97 & 102.9 FM
- Free Radio Birmingham 96.4FM & Capital Gold 1152 AM
- Heart FM 100.7
- FMTouch FM 102.0 FM
- Rugby FM 107.1 FM
- Touch Radio FM 107.3 FM
Hampton Lucy C of E School and Nursery Website
- www.hamptonlucyschool.org.uk/news/newsandevents/news/ - every effort will be made to update the website.
In the unlikely event of internet access not being available, school staff will try to contact parents/carers by telephone. If you are able to ‘pass the word on’ please feel free to do so.