Harvington Prep Newsletter No 3

It is with great pride that we have finalised our Spring Concert. This has been recorded by Mr Vince and includes class items and instrumental performances from Nursery children to Year 6 girls. It has been put together in a very short period of time since we have been back at school and I am very grateful to Mr Vince who has, yet again as always, inspired the children and guided them in what is a very high standard of performance in all areas. Please watch and enjoy and please share this with your child as part of a celebration of not just their item, but of the entire school. The link is attached to this week’s email to all parents.

Harvington Prep Newsletter No 2

Our libraries are buzzing with life once more. The joy of reading is
spreading its wings throughout our
school as children of all ages are
reflecting on their favourite book, flocking into the libraries and curling up with a good book!

Harvington Prep Newsletter No 1

A very warm welcome to you all! It has been our pleasure to have the children back at school and to watch them laugh and play and run about in the school playground. Below are some photographs that show the children both at work and at play.

Harvington Prep Newsletter N11

Mon 7th Dec – Nativity shown to all school
Tues 8th Dec – The Snow Queen via Zoom
Wed 9th Dec – End of term assemblies
Christmas lunch & parties
Christmas outfit / jumper day
SANTA (& presents) in school
Thurs 10th Dec- Carol singing – filmed
END OF TERM – half day
TUES 5th JAN – Back to School

Harvington Prep Newsletter N10

The nasal flu vaccinations will now be on Wednesday 9th December for children in Transition to Year 6 if you have given your consent.

Harvington Prep Newsletter No9

We are so fortunate to have two school libraries at Harvington. Both are well stocked with interesting and colourful books for the children to borrow and take home or to just have a quiet read in school.

Harvington Prep Newsletter No8

Our armistice assembly was very moving and very dignified. Children in both the pre-prep and the prep sections of the school showed an appropriate sense of occasion and understanding given their young age. We reflected on the subject of war, we looked back at the history of war and we linked the sacrifices and the difficulties with the current pandemic and its effects on our lives. Finally, we looked forward to the future with optimism and anticipation.

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