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Welcome to Hercules Class!

Welcome to the Hercules Home Page! 

We have lots of wonderful Year 2 and 3 children in our class. To support us within the classroom we have the fantastic Miss Glenister, Mrs Deegan and Mrs Williams. 

We believe that time within school needs to be happy and safe which in turn will promote successful learning. Work should be a challenge in order to build on previous knowledge. Children need to believe in themselves to be able to tackle any given challenges. Mistakes will be made along the way (by us too!) and this is OK!  We need to learn from our mistakes and develop our knowledge to a greater depth. 

We encourage the children in the class to speak out. If there are any concerns or successes, we want to know! And this is the same for parents. Please feel free to talk to us at any appropriate time. Unfortunately time can be limited for parents at the beginning or end of the day, but feel free to make an appointment and we will always make time for you. We are in a partnership to help develop your child’s independence, learning and happiness. 

We look forward to what lies ahead these coming terms. We have many exciting things planned and we are looking forward to the Hercules class continuing to grow together. 

Mrs Catherine Hunter and Miss Emma Cuthbertson

Class events

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What a fantastic week!

This week has been extremely busy but lots of fun. During the mornings we have reading extracts from The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane and discovering more about a very intriguing, china rabbit. The afternoons have enabled us to spend time researching the Anglo Saxons as well as classifying/grouping different types of rocks. Well done Hercules children, you definitely deserve a rest this weekend! 

Key Stage 2 Summer Concert


We're here and having so much fun! Beautiful weather too! Lucky us 😊

Year 3 and 4 Outdoors

We had all of Year 3 and 4 outdoors this week and used it as an opportunity to tidy up the vegetable garden and plant some fruit and vegetables - as well as hang out in the Forest School area.  

The children work very hard with Jo and Miss Kearvell, weeding and digging over the garden.  They then planted tomatoes, onions, peppers and strawberries that they will need to look after over the coming weeks.

Meanwhile, in Forest School, the workers were rewarded with some time to get creating, work together, play and enjoy a s'more around the campfire!

Swimming Gala

What fantastic sportsmanship! Our swimming team were exemplary in their support for each other, whether they won or not. They were polite and, of course, gave their races everything they had. We came fourth of eight teams (missing out on third place by one point!) and won an impressive six individual certificates. Well done to everyone. 

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