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Red Nose Day!

On Friday, pupils raised money for Comic Relief by taking part in a series of fun challenges. To see more photos from the day, please click the following link https://www.hohs.co.uk/2019/03/16/comic-relief/


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Red Nose Day Final Total

Our total Red Nose fundraising came to £694.25 – from red nose sales, danceathon, non-uniform day and  staff sweepstake. Well done and thanks to everyone who contributed to this fantastic total. here are some happy memory images from the day itself!


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Upper Prep music festival

Thank you to all the parents and friends who came to see our Upper Prep pupils perform a selection of musical items in The Barn this afternoon. Some of the children have been learning their instruments for a year or more, while others are just beginners, but the festival gives all those who wish to perform the opportunity to show what they have been practising in their music lessons. The audience enjoyed a varied programme of solo and ensemble pieces before joining the children for refreshments.

 


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Upper Prep music festival tomorrow

Tomorrow afternoon Upper Prep pupils will be performing a selection of musical items in The Barn. We hope as many parents and friends as possible will come and share the performance and refreshments afterwards. The festival provides a great opportunity for all the children who wish to perform to show what they have been practising in their music lessons; some have been learning for a while and others have only recently started, so the programme will be varied and entertaining.

 

 

 

 

 


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Red Nose Day Dance-a-Thon

Senior pupils and staff throwing some shapes for Comic Relief in the Dance-a-thon for very energetic forty minutes yesterday afternoon! The total amount raised will be announced when it is all in and counted but thanks again, everyone!

 


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Red Nose Day Treasure Hunt!

It was a lovely sunny day – perfect for our Red Nose Day treasure hunt! The older Prep children worked with the little ones to find the hidden red nose characters around the woods and gardens and everyone had lots of fun….


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Red Nose Day is here!

Today is Red Nose Day and a big thank you goes to all the parents who have supported our activities and helped us raise funds. The treasure hunt and dance-off are about to start so watch this space for more photos and news of how much we have raised!


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Red noses almost sold out…

Parents, please note that we have limited supplies of the red noses left to sell tomorrow and Friday – so if your child doesn’t already have one, or wants another, please ensure they come to buy theirs promptly at break time! We’ll announce how much we have raised after Friday, which is Red Nose Day itself – remember, it is a non uniform day so please wear something red!


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Red noses selling fast…

This Friday, 24th March, is Red Nose Day and red noses are on sale in school every break time this week for £1 donation each. There are quite a few nose characters to collect and there has been great excitement opening the packets to see which one is inside! 


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Sniff out your red nose…

Next Friday, 24th March, is Red Nose Day and the red noses will be on sale in school from Monday 20th at every break time for £1 donation.  There are quite a few nose characters to collect…which one will yours be? Could you even find one of the rare golden noses? There will be a variety of activities in school next Friday, from a ‘dance-off’ in the Barn for years 3-6 to a treasure hunt in the grounds for all the Prep department.   Prep parents please refer to the letter which came home late last week for more details.

The children featured in the photo below are some of our current Year 2 class getting ready for Red Nose Day when they were in Reception…how they have grown since then!

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