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Thank you so much for our incredible gift. We can’t wait to put them up around the school. It was an unforgettable week, and we can’t wait to see you back next year.


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Wow!! Huge thanks to for sending these amazing pictures and frames to us. We are blown away and can’t get over their generosity. We thought it was a big box of waterproofs!!! Thank you!!!


Our NSPCC certificate in recognition of our work to help our children to Speak Out and Stay Safe.


Hot off the press! This week's newsletter is now available on the website: A big focus on wellbeing; Shakespeare and Christmas!


We're more than happy to help you to showcase the brilliant experiences that you offer children and look forward to seeing them up on the walls when we return!


What an amazing afternoon Year 6 had, recreating the scenes of Romeo and Juliet with . We have been so impressed with the children’s writing this week too- diary entries in role as Juliet. Well done Y6! 🎭


Well done to the amazing actors and audience in Y5 and Y6, who recreated the scenes of Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet this afternoon. What a great day we had exploring Shakespeare’s famous plays! We thoroughly recommend! 🎭👏🏼


In Science, Year 6 have been looking at shadow length and light sources. We conducted an investigation to see if shadows increase or decrease dependent on how close or far away the light source is. What do you think? 🔦💡👩‍🔬


KS2 have been having a thrilling time in Pokemon club! Each week, they are able to make friendly trades and battles. It’s been lovely seeing the children socialising, interacting and being respectful to each other whilst sharing a common interest in Pokemon cards!


This week in English, Year 1 have been retelling the story 'Whatever Next!'. They have been working as a team to recreate a scene from the story. Can you guess what scenes they were working on?


Today, years 5 and 6 enjoyed workshops from the Shakespeare Sky Blue Theatre Company. Y5 recreated scenes from Macbeth whilst Y6 explored Romeo and Juliet. These sessions linked to their English lessons this half term. Well done to all our amazing actors! 🎭


🌈 More fantastic workshops delivered across the school this week from . Here we have year 6 in their ‘Decisions’ workshop. It was fantastic to hear them discussing important topics with their peers and making links with their PSHE lessons. Well done year 6!


This week in maths the children in Reception have been learning how to play dominos. They’ve been working together to recognise and match the dots and use their subitising skills.


Today we welcomed back for a jam packed week of workshops to support our PSHE curriculum. This is Reception, who enjoyed an ‘All about Me’ workshop this afternoon.


Check out this week's newsletter on our academy website: Antibullying Week; Children in Need; Wellbeing Garden; Pengemas Christmas card competition and lots of our regular updates!


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BBC Children in Need Day: Friday the 19th of November Wear something SPOTTY or YELLOW and bring in £1. Pupils will join Joe Wicks for a special workout quiz to test both our fitness and our minds on Appeal morning!


Look who's loving Gardening Club's improvements in the wellbeing garden! Today our year fives weeded a raised bed, put up two insect houses and a birdhouse and filled up our bird feeders with sunflower seeds and dried worms!


Gruffalo Class took their maths learning outside this morning and enjoyed a shape hunt around the school.


🍃 Stickman Class had a fantastic time this morning, learning about autumn and searching for stolen leaves in the Wellbeing Garden! 🍁


BBC Children in Need Day: Friday the 19th of November Wear something SPOTTY or YELLOW and bring in £1. Pupils will join Joe Wicks for a special workout quiz to test both our fitness and our minds on Appeal morning!

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Welcome from the Head of Academy

HPACR is an inclusive academy and we want every one of our children, from Nursery to Year 6, to have a truly happy experience at school. We strive to ensure that every pupil feels valued and safe. The children’s achievements are celebrated every day in their lessons and we are proud that they are kind, caring, self-assured and eager to learn.

Dan Hall - Head of Academy

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