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

Girls 3-18 and boys 3-11, boarding for girls from 9


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Year 1 assembly: the gallery

We promised some more photos from Year 1’s lovely assembly on Tuesday….and here they are. Well done, everyone! Click on the first picture and then you can scroll to see them all.


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You’ve got a friend in Year 1!

Year 1 and Mrs Bird presented a wonderful class assembly this morning! The focus was on the children’s history topics, so they told us all about toys from the last century. showing us some of their own favourites from today as well as some special ones lent to them for the class ‘museum corner’ by grandparents. The children also displayed some stunning three-dimensional artwork and puppets they had made… all with a backdrop of  images from their trip to the Bridewell Museum earlier this term.  The song “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” was a great addition to a lovely assembly, and of course there were special moments with family and friends afterwards, too. Well done, Year 1!

Look out for the full gallery of pictures in the next couple of days!



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Half term Belgium and Netherlands Trip

A group of girls from Years 7-12 travelled to Holland and Belgium last week for a an exciting five-day tour packed with fascinating and varied sight-seeing and cultural visits.

Mrs Grove said:  “What an amazing, action-packed trip! Thank you to Miss Mann, Mrs Collin and Mrs Johnson for all of their support – without them this venture would not have been possible.  I would also like to thank the girls; everyone complimented them on their politeness, behaviour and interest in the events. We all had a great time and the girls were very good company!”

See the whole gallery here.

 


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Year 1 trip to Bridewell…the gallery!

Last week we reported briefly on Year 1’s fantastic trip to the Bridewell in Norwich. At this treasure trove of a museum, they explored all kinds of items from the last hundred years or so, such as mangles, shoes, games and even Christmas crackers! The main focus was on toys, though, and the children were able to look at and handle toys from the past, compare them to ones from present day and – as a link to our science topic – talk about the different materials they are made from. They sorted, drew and made a climbing man puppet each and enjoyed their lunch in the prison yard.  The children are now busy learning songs and poems about toys for their toy-themed assembly next half term on Tuesday November 7th.
Click on the first picture and then scroll through….


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Boarders at Gressenhall

At the weekend, the boarders enjoyed a visit to Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse Museum. The beautiful Suffolk Punch horses and very cute piglets were real favourites and we all went on a tractor ride. The museum was very interesting and particularly useful for Year 9 who are studying the period in school. We finished the trip with a session on the zip wire and giant slide which involved a lot of screaming!


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Year 8 in Cromer

On a grey day yesterday our Year 8 girls went on a geography field trip to Overstrand and Cromer,  to study the sea defences and the impacts of tourism.

Everyone worked really hard – and the fish and chips were, according to the girls, one of the highlights!

Well done everyone.

Mrs Grove



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Year 1 off to the Bridewell…

Watch out on the blog for news of how our Year 1 pupils got on today at their exciting visit with Mrs Bird to the Bridewell Museum in Norwich.  Meanwhile, we managed to snap the children just as they were off to get on the minibus this morning!