Hethersett Old Hall School (HOHS) blog – an independent day and boarding school near Norwich, Norfolk.

For girls and boys from Nursery to Sixth Form – discover the difference.


1 Comment

Isabella’s Gymnastics Awards

Isabella (Year 3) loves gymnastics and has been working her way through her British Gymnastics proficiency awards at Levels 8, 7, 6, 5 & 4. Earlier this month she was presented with the certificates for all of these, making her parents very proud indeed! Isabella is now working towards  Levels 3, 2 & 1. The second picture shows some of the skills tested for Level 3. Well done, Isabella!



Leave a comment

Year 2 explore the Serengeti

Year 2 have been learning about one of the most important wildlife areas in the world – the Serengeti in Tanzania. Here they are hard at work researching in both books and online. They have been creating some great artwork of Serengeti animals and some striking African patterns for borders, too!

year-2-serengeti-1 year-2-serengeti-2 year-2-serengeti-3


Leave a comment

Year 2 show number line knowhow!

Year 2 have been learning how to do two-digit subtraction a using a number line. All our hard work on partitioning tens and units is really helping us now!

maths-year2 maths-year2-2

 

 


Leave a comment

Lucy is Gymnast of the Year

At HOHS we like to celebrate pupils’ successes out of school as well as within, so we were very proud to hear that Lucy (Year 8) has won another gymnastics accolade. Last week she was named 2016 Gymnasts’ Gymnast of the Year at the annual awards ceremony at her gymnastics club Split Leaps. The award is an honour voted for by all members of the club and marks the end of a fantastic year full of achievements for Lucy – well done!

lucy-gym


Leave a comment

Lucy Scoops Silver Medal

Lucy (Year 8)  competed in the Norfolk Gymnastics Floor & Vault Team Championships on Sunday at Easton Gymnastics. She competed as part of a team of four from her club (Split Leaps);  this competition takes the three highest scores from the team members for both apparatus to provide a combined score.

Her team did extremely well against tough competition, winning  the silver medal at Level 4 and only narrowly missing out on first place. Lucy now has the summer to prepare for her next competition, the Norfolk Voluntary Championships,  in September. Congratulations, Lucy, on your success!

Lucy Gym silver

 


Leave a comment

Romily joins the circus!

Romily (Year 4) gained her Level 5 Gymnastics Proficiency certificate last weekend at the Chermond School of Gymnastics in Norwich. The grading requires proficiency in a number of specific gymnastics skills, and has brought Romily to the level required to start the circus skills training offered at Chermond, which she is enjoying very much!  Romily will be performing in the School’s show, Aspects of Alice, at the Theatre Royal in September – tickets are available from the theatre box office.

ROmily2


Leave a comment

Lucy Leaps to Gymnastics Success

We are always pleased to share news of our pupils’ successes out of school as well as within, so we were delighted to hear how well Lucy (Year 8) performed in the Norfolk Grades Championships (part of the British Gymnastics Women’s Artistic National Development Plan) earlier this month. She was placed fourth all around (age 12+, grade 5) and gained a commendation pass. She now goes through to the Eastern Counties Regional Final on 1st May.

Congratulations, Lucy on these great achievements!

Lucy Canham Grade 5