Our Year Six children graduated from the DARE programme today , a fabulous learning course about drugs and substances and how to say no !
Hogarth Happy Hampers
Some children took hampers up to our local old people’s care home today and our elderly neighbours ; the children were happy to share the hampers and sing a Christmas song
Our neighbours were surprised and delighted with their gift
Hogarth Academy – a hub of learning at the heart of its community
Everyone from Hogarth Academy walked up to St Cyprian’s Church in Carlton for our Christingle service. The children took
Christingles that they had made in school as part of their learning .
Our children know that each element of a Christingle has a special meaning and helps to tell the Christian story and celebrated all these symbolic elements during the service with the priest.
It was a very special and magical time in the church too.
Our Year Six children went the to EDF Power station at Retford today to learn about how the power station
works and asked some fantastic questions and learnt an amazing amount of facts
what creative super investigators you are Year Six !
Parent Questionnaire Responses Autumn 2019
Thank you to everyone who came along to our Macmillan Coffee Morning- we raised an amazing amount of money for this great cause. The children were exemplary servers of cakes and biscuits! Thank you!
The children at Hogarth have been thinking about those less fortunate than themselves within our city. For our Harvest Assembly today , children have donated a tin that will be sent off to our local food bank
Thank you to all our children for their kindness and generosity.
Our sister school children enjoyed a game of table tennis with their Hogarth buddies yesterday.
The ducklings have arrived !
after many weeks of patient observations , the duck eggs have finally hatched , three so far !
In the news! One of our year six pupils has competed at national level, well done Isaac!
Team Hogarth did a great job last night at the Nottinghamshire Road Safety Quiz comming 7th out of 72 teams , an amazing performance . Well done everyone and thank you to the parents for taking the children to the venue.
"Ah Ha Me Hearties !!"
Well done to all our pupils in Y1 and Y2 who came to school dressed as pirates or mermaids ready for our hook day to start our Hogarth by the Sea project. The children learnt about the daily life of pirate at sea , sea shanties and looked at some of the artefacts to be found on board a pirate ship .
CEO Diana Owen CBE came to visit Hogarth Academy yesterday and opened our new outdoor classroom as well as observing learning in all classes, she was very impressed with our behaviour for learning.
STREET DANCE COMPETITION -WELL DONE TEAM HOGARTH
our children performed at the Unite the Scene street dance competition last week. Everyone performed amazingly; the energy and teamwork was outstanding to see. We are very proud of all our children. Well done to the Y5 and Y6 Crazy Crew team that came third in the competition and well done to two pupils who were picked out for their skill level by the professional dance judge! #LEADACADEMY#ACHIEVE!
Hogarth Academy children participated in the Nottinghamshire Road Safety Quiz today and scored an amazing 87% in a really tricky set of questions. The road safety officer was really impressed with the answers and scores, she also commented upon how well behaved and polite the children were working together in their teams. Well done Team Hogarth!
Hogarth had a great world book day!
Wes Magee the poet visited Hogarth today and delivered poetry workshops with all our classes. He really enthused the children with his poems and they joined in to perform them with him. Well done everyone, you worked hard and spoke aloud beautifully and clear. Thank you, Wes , we loved all your poems.
The whole school walked up to our local church to celebrate Christingle. We learnt about the symbolism of the Christingle and what it means to Christians.
We were delighted to receive this letter from Nick Gibb today congratulating us on our achievement in the phonics screening test 2018. We are very proud of all our children and staff here at Hogarth.
Sports Hall Athletics Tournament
Well done to year 5 and year 6 who participated in the LEAD sports hall athletics tournament yesterday - fantastic achievements at individual and team level
well done team Hogarth!
We collected tins and produce at our harvest festival this week. The food is going to our local food bank to help those less fortunate than ourselves. We are extremely thankful to our generous families for supporting this cause. Well done team Hogarth!
Hogarth School Council
Hogarth School Council met for the first time this week. We had lots to talk about!
We have got off to an active start here at Hogarth.
We loved the training session with Nottingham Rugby Club and Y1,2 and 3 will be having TAG rugby with the coaches and after school club session this term with Sam.
We were so excited to have a coaching session from the Nottingham Wildcats Basketball team too, all our children will have six weeks of professional coaching this year from the professional team at Nottingham Wildcats.
Our ducklings are growing and now have names!
LEAD Running Event
Our running club participated in the LEAD running event today - well done to everyone that took part!
They have hatched!
We have been eagerly awaiting the duck eggs to hatch and we have four so far. We have enjoyed the awe and wonder of new life and amazed at how they enjoyed their first swim.
Year 5 and Year 6 went to visit the Gurdwara in Nottingham City Centre as part of our RE curriculum.
The children were respectful of other worshipers and asked questions about the building and religious artefacts showing how interested to learn they were too. They learnt about how Sihks worship and the 5 Ks. They also visited the Langar.
When we returned to school the conversation was all about the interesting information they had learnt.
Thank you Hogarth, real ambassadors for the school.
We really enjoyed the stay and play in nursery this week. "It was good to learn how our children learn and see what they enjoy once in the the nursery session" said a parent.
Year Three and Four started the summer term participating in the STEM day, we tested towers to be hurricane proof, robot driving and our physicality against timers and sensors. A great start to the term. We were able to use our science and technology skills to learn and have fun!
As part of our school ethos to EMPOWER and ACHIEVE, the school council members participated in a days training led by St Johns Ambulance and they all ACHIEVED a pass and are now qualified in student first aid. Well done everyone, you were a credit to the school and are EMPOWERED. You will be able to use the skills you have learnt not only in school but in life!