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A landslide victory for the pupils of in our first on


We hope you’ve enjoyed taking part in your virtual sports day this week. Don’t forget to send in your record sheet! I wonder which class completed the most challenges... 🚴‍♂️⛹️‍♂️🎾🏆


Good morning everyone! HJAC brings to you today Virtual Sports Day (or week).… find more information here. There will be certificates awarded for participation, but the main point is to HAVE FUN! 😁🎾🏆🚴‍♂️


Here are the answers to the ‘Guess Who?’ challenge last week. How many did you get right?


We had so many beautiful pieces of art sent in last week, it made the decision very difficult! Here are the winners. Well done to everyone who got involved!


Check out this video from Miss Stewart! 🥚-🐣-🐤


This challenge is for the parents today- time for you to do a bit of home learning! Draw around your child and fill the inside with as many positive things about them you can think of!


Thanks for voting. Pink was the clear winner and Mr Dale has a new look! We think it suits him, what do you think? Here’s the link if you would like to make any donations


Some entries for Andy Goldsworthy inspired art


Your final artist this week. We are looking forward to seeing your work. A winner for each day will be announced on Monday! Have fun 😁


A bit of fun for you on a rainy day! Can you recognise the staff at HJAC from these photos? We will share the answers next week.


Today’s artist is very much about creations in nature. We look forward to seeing your masterpieces!


Here is today’s art week challenge. Remember you have until Monday to share your entries for the daily challenges. All the winners will be picked then. Have fun 😁


Here is the challenge for today. Your artist is William Morris!


Here are some entries from the children in school.


Art week begins today! Each day you will have a new artist to create a piece of artwork in the style of. Winners will be chosen on Monday next week for each day! Have fun 🖼 🎨


Here’s the solution from Friday’s problem of the day. Mr Searle goes through how he got to the answer in this video.


Mr Dale is dying his beard for a good cause - click here to see how you can donate. You get to pick the colour! Get voting!

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Year 6

We have made arrangements to ensure that your child is provided with a range of appropriate learning tasks during the period of time that our school is closed.

Year 6 pupils will be provided with a set of CGP workbooks. 

  • Maths arithmetic
  • Maths number, ratio & algebra
  • Maths geometry, measures & statistics
  • Maths SATS revision book
  • English SATS revision book
  • Grammar, punctuation and spelling
  • Reading fiction, non-fiction and poetry


During each day of the closure, your child will be asked to complete different tasks from these books. The list of tasks will appear on Microsoft Teams in their ‘daily plan’. These will include:

  • A maths ‘problem of the day’
  • An arithmetic task
  • Tasks linked to a maths focus
  • A reading comprehension task
  • A grammar, punctuation and spelling (GPS) task
  • A writing task
  • An investigation or research question relating to the foundation subject topics

As well as the above tasks, your child should also access on-line activities through ‘Education City’ and ‘Times Table Rock Stars’. You will find your child’s log-in details in their home / school diary.

We would also ask that your child reads for at least 30 minutes every day.

Finally, we have sent two exercise books home with your child for them to record their work in.

Daily communication regarding learning tasks will be via Microsoft Teams and email. Your child has their own log-in for Microsoft Teams. Teachers will be able to direct and support your child using this tool and your child will be able to communicate directly with their teacher should they need any help and support. 

During the closure your child’s teacher will contact you by telephone once a week and will be able to help with any work-related problem which may have arisen.

If, at any time, you wish to contact your child’s teacher please use the school’s email: , or leave a message on the school’s voicemail at 0208 647 7324. A message will be passed to your child’s teacher and they will endeavour to contact you.