For six weeks youngsters from one Dorset first school have been learning about all the professionals that help people. The reception class at Hayeswood First School in Wimborne have received visits from police officers, firefighters, a lollypop lady and even a vicar. And their topic culminated in a dressing-up day when they got to come to school dressed as their … Read More
London school children swapped life in the Big Smoke for capital days out on the Jurassic Coast and the Dorset countryside. More than 40 children from Colville Primary School in Notting Hill said goodbye to the bright lights of the Portobello Road for the white sands of Studland and the tranquillity of the River Stour when they spent two days … Read More
Three schools from Wimborne Academy Trust (WAT) came together to compete in a special multi-skills festival. Year 1 youngsters from Colehill First School and St John’s CE First School travelled to Hayeswood First School for a dose of healthy sporting rivalry. The 90 youngsters began the day with a fun warm-up before they were set five challenges to complete. First … Read More
Children Hayeswood First School dusted off their favourite costumes again for their re-scheduled World Book Day celebrations.
School children in Wimborne were shown that no obstacle can stand in the way of scoring success thanks to an inspirational talk from a Paralympian. Pupils at Hayeswood First School spent the day with GB blind footballer Keryn Seal who gave them an insight into getting to the top of their field with a disability. Keryn was joined by goalkeeper … Read More
Children from a Wimborne first school were invited to test run a brand new orienteering course in the area. The Year 2 children from Hayeswood First School were among the first people to enjoy Christchurch and East Dorset Council’s brand new course at BytheWay. Armed with maps and navigation tools, the youngsters were tasked to find their way around and … Read More
Children from a Wimborne first school helped to embrace the spirit of Christmas by raising money for charity at their annual nativity. Hayeswood First School staged its take on the nativity – There’s Something Amazing Going On – across three days. The whole school participated, with Year 4 children taking on the speaking parts and the other classes performing song … Read More
London school children swapped life in the Big Smoke for a capital day out in Wimborne. More than 40 children from Colville Primary School in Notting Hill said goodbye to the bright lights of the Portobello Road for the more tranquil setting of the River Stour when they spent the day with their new friends from Hayeswood First School. The … Read More