We enter as many competitions and tournaments as we can and although we don't always win, we would certainly claim the prize for best supported and most cheerful players! A huge thanks to friends and family for cheering us on throughout each and every competition we have been a part of.
19/07/2016 Was a busy day for Halton School. We started with a sports assembly which celebrated different achievements of the children through out the school. The school also had a representative from the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance who came to receive the cheque for over £300 from the sponsored walk.
At 2pm the Friends of Halton Holegate School Fayre took place with lots of stalls, from Face painting to Welly Wanging.
8/7/2016 Our third attempt at sport day was a Olympic success.The clouds cleared and the activities began with God Save The Queen being played by Heather and Miss Addison. Next was the girl's gymnastic display. then the games began: Javelin, Tennis, High jump, Football, Basket ball and Long jump, these were followed by traditional straight races and fun dressing up races. The event finished with a Y6 tug of War against staff and mums against dads.
8/7/2016 Our third attempt at sport day was a Olympic success.The clouds cleared and the activities began: Javelin, Tennis, High jump, Football, Basket ball and Long jump, these were followed by traditional straight races and fun dressing up races. The event finished with a Y6 tug of War against staff and mums against dads.
Halton Holegate Primary School held a Dress Up and Dance Day to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Research.
10th June 2016 Halton Holegate celebrate Queen Elizabeth II 90th birthday with a street party.
Drama Clubs Amazing Alice in Wonderland.Well done guys lots of hard work and perservence to create a performance to be proud of on Wednesday 28th April.
Our Wonderful Year 6's on their way to BBC Glasgow for a television recording.
Thursday 25th February was another wonderful experience for Halton Holegate children. Family tree day was full of fantastic activities to discover and celebrate families. The activities included decoupage with local artist Lucy Young, making family trees, family celebration strings and song writing. Parents and friends were invited to join the school to celebrate the children's work
On Wednesday 10th February, a group of our year 5 and 6 children travelled to Skegness Academy to take part in an exciting afternoon of field and track athletics.
Thursday 4th February was British Values Day. This was a really exciting day for the children with a carousel of activities (acting, singing, art and a quiz). Lunch was an indoor street party of traditional British foods. Family and friends were welcomed to home made cream teas to finish off a fabulous day.
Children in Need 21015 A super Hero Day For All.