Summer Reading challenge

The library ladies from Croxley Green came to assembly to tell us about the summer reading challenge. The challenge is to read 6 books over the school holidays.  You get smelly stickers to add to your wallet to help solve the mystery of the animal agents. Children who complete the challenge will receive a wristband and get invited to a presentation ceremony where you will get a medal.

Have you got a library card? The library service is free to join and it allows you to use all the libraries across Hertfordshire.

Check out the video on our Book Blog to find out more!



Fun at the Rocksteady Workshop

Class 3 made their own rock band today! Thank you Jamie, we had a great time. 


Clay work

As part of our Art topic ‘Buildings’ we have been looking at iconic buildings from around the world. Today we made a London landscape! We look forward to showing you on Celebration evening. 


Ali Baba Costumes!

Wednesday 28th June 2017

Dear Parents,

The KS2 performance is on Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th July. We have been practicing very hard to make it a great show for you all to enjoy.

Our costumes are very simple this year.


Your child needs to wear black trousers (preferably Harem pants available on Amazon for around £4, search “children’s Harem pants” or click here), jogging bottoms or leggings but these must be plain and without logo please.


Your child needs to wear a brightly coloured t-shirt, again plain and without logo. If they do not have one already at home, they can wear their school PE t-shirt (the HRS logo is fine).


Your child needs to wear sandals or flip-flops, any colour is acceptable.

Costumes need to be in school by Friday 7th July ready for our dress rehearsal the following Monday. Costumes can be sent into school and kept safe here at any point between now and the 7th July.

If you have any questions then please do come and ask or write a note in your child’s diary. Thank you for your help and support.

Mrs Adams/Mrs Pyatt


Well done to our Pushball team, you battled bravely, it just wasn’t our year! 


Well done boys!