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Newsletter Issue 38

Year 6 Performance Robin and The Sherwood Hoodies

This week, the hall saw lots of greasepaint, glitter, brightly coloured costumes and lots of tights, as Year 6 took to the stage to perform: Robin and The Sherwood Hoodies. With outstanding acting, rousing songs and plenty of corny jokes - the audience were entertained and rolling in the aisles. Well done Year 6 - good job!

Year 6 Performance

Hollickwood’s Got Talent

On Thursday 11th July, many of our lovely children participated in Hollickwood’s Got Talent. There was a very high standard of entries . It was a very entertaining show , with a plethora of talented children who entered. They should all be so proud of themselves. The winners were:

1. Sonny for his singing.

2. Rozhan for her dancing.

3. An Xin, Ivy, Leila, Ula, Yu Xuan ( The Super Girls )

Friends of Hollickwood

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends of Hollickwood school,

We'd like to thank each and every parent, carer, governor, teacher and staff member (Mr Vivian. Mrs Boulton, Miss Constantinou, Miss O'Brien , Ms Johnston, Lenka, Apsra, Ms Kevin, Mrs Neal, Ms Preston, Mr Singh, Miss Hinc ) as well as our friends and neighbours (Taste of Nawab and Kendra with her delicious waffles) of our school who supported our summer fair, by helping set up, run stalls, tidy up, or by donating time, energy and goods for our raffle, tombola, bar, food stalls etc.

Thank you Jenny, Katrina, Stephanie, Sam, Cristina, Jude, Kirstie, Sarah, Lenka, Lucy, Susan, Liga, Sonia, Linden, Tim, Rachel, Diana, Anna, Nicola, Khatera, Helen and of course all the dads (Elliott, Graham, Foivos, Alex, Ed and many more) and all the older children who helped us so much.

WE MADE £2294!

We all did it together.

Thank you! Kind regards to you all.

Have a good summer.

Follow the friends of Hollickwood

Hugh Vivian


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Newsletter Issue 37

Hollickwood Gardening Club @ RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival

On Monday 1st July, twenty of our intrepid young children from across the school who enjoy gardening under the supervision of Tim Ferrar, Susan, Lindsey and Nicky, had the opportunity to attend the RHS Hampton Court Palace garden festival and see the fruits of their labour on display.

On arrival, the children were in awe of the spectacular grounds, grand buildings, fountains, vast marquees of flowers, grasses, exotic plants, spectacular

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Newsletter Issue 35

KS2 Athletics

On Tuesday 18th June, some of our budding Olympic Athletes went to Allianz Park in Mill Hill for an Athletics Competition. The children competed against many other Barnet Schools. They all did very well and had a  great day, they did their school proud. Go Hollickwood!

Book Fair 24th — 28th June

Next week we have the travelling book fair arriving and it will be running all week from Monday to Friday 3:15 to 3:45 pm, in the playground weather permitting or in the school hall. Also on Wednesday

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Newsletter Issue 33

Year 6 School Trip

Isle of Wight – Britain’s own island in the sun

The Isle of Wight can best be described as Britain’s Own “sunshine island” with temperatures and sunshine not only amongst the best to be found in the UK but often warmer than places such as Corfu.
So our lucky Year 6 students who have been at the Isle of Wight this week have had a fantastic time. They have enjoyed some great weather and have done lots of fun activities which I am sure they will share with their Parents/Carers when they come

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Newsletter Issue 36

Science Fair at Alexandra Park School Wed 26th June

We are extremely happy to share some amazing news! Hollickwood School have received an award for Science Fair Teamwork!
Our Scientists worked very hard on their projects in the last few weeks. Researching information about a studied subject, thinking of a way to work about a problem and writing a good conclusion - they are not easy jobs. On the day, everyone was very nervous and in some moments even emotional. 
The hall in APS  was filled with over a hundred

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Newsletter Issue 34


Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic trip to Gilwell Park, developing their group skills, team work and building new friendships in the process. The weather was not the best but the children didn’t let that dampen their sparkle. They were all able to enjoy an array of activities – including shelter building, freefall and orienteering. The pupils represented the school beautifully – shown by the unprompted ‘Thank-You’ that so very many gave.

On Wednesday the children wrote their own

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Newsletter Issue 32

Year 5 Maths Fair

On Friday the 17th May, I took eight very excited mathematicians to Fortismere Secondary School to participate in the Year 5 Maths Fair for local primary schools.There were 8 schools there and around 100 children involved.
Our children were simply amazing- here are some of the comments that the judges ( Year 10 pupils from Fortismere) wrote about them:

' Good maths! Bar charts...took turns to speak'
' Clear understanding....good visual representation....really sophisticated'
' Knowledge of

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