Author Archives: Madeleine Owen

Wednesday 21st July was a very emotional day. We spent the day together playing games, signing t-shirts and remembering our funny moments through the year. We went round to look at our beautiful tiles on the wall before we got ready for our leavers’ service and an afternoon of watery and colourful fun. Good luck to all of our amazing young people who are about to begin a whole new adventure! We know that you will shine brightly in September and beyond!! We will miss you all!

On Wednesday 21st July 2021, we buried our Covid Time Capsule. It was really exciting to see the things that were going into the capsule and to think that in many years, the future children at Huntley School will find out all about what life has been like for us over the last 18 months!… Continue Reading

Classes Ocean and Stream had a wonderful time at Ocean on Sea this morning. We loved taking part in all of the activities and having fun with our friends and buddies! A huge thank you to the PTFA for all of their hard work in organising such a memorable and exciting event!! Continue Reading

Class River had an amazing time at Huntley on Sea! We enjoyed ice creams, bouncing on the bouncy castle and all the fun and games of being by the seaside! Thank you very much to the PTFA for providing us with such a fun afternoon by the sea!! Continue Reading

This term Class River have been working on a very important task in DT… We have been making kites for our very own kite festival! The children have been working incredibly hard all term to design and create their kites. I have been so impressed by all of their super efforts! We were lucky enough… Continue Reading

Please be aware that there is an additional annex to our Child protection and safeguarding Policy, inline with national guidance during the Covid-19 outbreak, It can be found in the policies section next to the existing Policy. Continue Reading

On Thursday, Class River were lucky enough to go to Leaf Creative to learn about the different plants and trees that grow in the rainforest. Jonathan and his team had very kindly built a model rainforest out of the trees at the garden centre to show us the different layers (emergent, canopy, understory and forest… Continue Reading

Class River had a super time riding on the Dean Forest Steam Railway. We saw the steam engine being filled up with water and being changed, we looked around the museum and we even had a go at changing the signals in the signal box! Luckily we didn’t confuse any trains! Well done Class River… Continue Reading

Class River had a great time experiencing life as Anglo Saxons. We tried Anglo Saxon food, which had mixed reviews! We also created Anglo Saxon shields and villages. We even had a fearsome Anglo Saxon battle! Continue Reading