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The Great Hanborough Bake Off 2023

Hanborough Manor's Christmas Song

In November, the school was treated to a special workshop from a group called Never Such
Innocence. Mr Jackson and Miss Auton knew of the group from a fantastic conference with
some of our Service children in the summer, where children wrote some amazing poetry -
but not even they were prepared for the wonderful outcome of this particular visit.

Singer songwriter Otto spent the day with a group of our children from key stage 2, and
together they created the lyrics and melody for a Christmas song, which expressed how they
felt at this time of year. Some of our families spend Christmas time apart, and they wanted
to convey their emotions around this in an upbeat track that everyone could appreciate. The
results were truly incredible. The tune is simple and catchy, and the lyrics have a depth that
professionals could only dream of. We are so proud of our children, and really admire their
creativity and resilience. You can listen to the beautiful track here

Lockdown 3
January 2021

HMS 'At Home'. June 2020

HMS children celebrating Easter

HMS children doing 'lockdown' creatively!

Celebrate Music 2020 – Wednesday 5th February

Celebrate Music was a fantastic evening, showcasing the children’s talent with singing, piano solos, guitar groups and year 5 performing with their violins. Well done to all of the KS2 performers!

We are so proud of you!

Thank you to the staff that gave up their evening, including the peripatetic music teacher, Mr Bettell and the piano teacher, Miss Belfield.

The staff loved joining in too with Mr Boardman and Mr Woodward performing a duet of ‘Friday I’m in Love’ by the Cure, a staff group performance of ‘Stand by Me’ by Ben E. King and a joyous version of ‘Yellow Submarine’ by The Beatles to end the evening.

Year 4 – Fight on Food Waste

Year 4 have been looking at ways to reduce the food waste and packaging during lunch times.

They went to the hall and found that people are still using individually wrapped items, cartons, cling film and tin foil.

They have come up with a few ideas about how to reduce packaging and plastic waste during lunch times.

Y4 visit to the Elderberry Group
This week, Year 4 visited the Elderberries. The children had a great time singing and socialising with the group. The Elderberries really look forward to the visits from the children.

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