Hamer Community Primary School
Date published: 15 December 2017
Hamer Primary School’s nativity 'Hey Ewe!
Mr Moore would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our brilliant Hamer families for the support and sense of community that nurture and continue to develop at school.
Hamer School is the fabulous place it is because of our true “working together and caring spirit” which happens all year round and not just at Christmas!
Have a happy holiday with those who mean the most to you.
We would like to thank everyone for the huge turnout at the winter fair on Wednesday. Our community raised £232 for school funds as a result of the great attendance and generosity.
Children in the Early Years Foundation Stage and Keystage 1 unit took to the stage this week for their fantastic performance of ‘Hey Ewe’. As always, the children did us proud and we would like to thank the staff in those units for all their hard work in making it such a success. Thank you also to the parents, families and friends who attended the performances. The support is very much appreciated.
The children were also awarded the Citizens of the week for their outstanding performance with amazing singing, dancing and acting.
Hamer ‘Stars of the Week’ for week ending Friday 15 December 2017 are:
Nursery am -Daniyal
Nursery pm - Aydan
Reception - Umair & Inaaya
Mrs Brown - Jannah
Mrs Casey - Ayesha
Miss Nicholson - Anis
Miss Davison - Sadie
Mrs Booth - Ayaan
Miss Begum - Mason
Mr Barraclough - Atif
Mr Nadin - Abdullah
Mrs Elliott – Sakif
Well done to all of our stars of the week and keep up the excellent work.
Children finish school at the end of the day on Tuesday 19 December and we look forward to them returning on Thursday 4 January 2018.
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