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Newsletter Issue 10

Be Bright Day

Children are invited to 'Bling' their bike! Making it as bright as possible, they can bring it to school to enter the competition and the Hollickwood Bike Crew will judge the entries and award prizes in assembly!

Mollie our Bike It officer will be working with Year 2 and 5 during the afternoon and will then be at the gates for a Map and Chat session to meet parents and carers to find out about their journey to school, any issues they might have had or spotted on their journey and any barriers to them and their child cycling or walking.

If parents have any questions about the project they can speak with Mollie then and there is a fantastic competition you can enter by simply completing a short survey.

Just follow the link below! Good luck! 

Barnet School Nursing Team

The Barnet school nursing team are attempting to increase the completion of school health questionnaires by parents/carers, for pupils in Reception and any pupils transferring into the school. If you would like to participate, please click on the link below and submit. 

Times Table Rock stars

Last Friday the 8th of November saw some of the children dress up as rockstars and bring in some gorgeous looking cakes with numbers on it. It was a hugely enjoyable day and even the teachers dressed up!

Year 3 and Year 4 Cinema Trip

On Thursday 14th November, Years 3 and 4 went to see 'Dora and the Lost City of Gold' at the Vue Cinema in Wood Green.

The children really enjoyed watching this movie about how Dora, a young girl who has spent most of her life living in the rain forest, set off on an expedition to find her parents. Dora's parents are explorers and find themselves being held captive by a group of villains who are on a mission to steal the gold!

Year 4 will be writing a review of the movie for their home learning this week so if you want to find out more, ask if you can read them!


Hollickwood stormed to their first win of the season at St. Theresa's school on Tuesday. Our hosts had not practiced as much as our team and we quickly raced into the lead. The match finished 16-0. Well done team, although there will be stiffer tests ahead!


The girls marched onto to the next round of the East Cup on Thursday. We welcomed Monkfrith School and the match was a very even one. Hollickwood scored early and led 1-0 at half time. The second half saw chances at both ends but Hollickwood scored twice and Monkfrith found our defence and goalkeeper, and the frame of the goal in their way and we held on for a 3-0 win to progress to the next round. Well done team!

Hugh Vivian


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