School Year 2018-2019
Superhero Day 2019
5th April - As a fun way to round off the term, we held a Superhero Day! We are sure you'll agree that the children looked awesome!
Comic Relief 2019
15th March - We are delighted to say we raised an amazing £175.40 for Red Nose Day! Thank you for all your donations. Also we loved some of the creative outfits in school!
World Book Day 2019
7th March - To celebrate World Book Day, the children were invited to dress up as their favourite book character and take part in the World Book Day Parade. Winners were selected from each class and presented with a book token prize. There were some absolutely amazing costumes, and some of the staff also got into the spirit with their own costumes! We are sure you will agree that everyone made a fantastic effort and looked incredible!
That's TV Humber
13th February - Class 3 were the subject of a news story as That's TV Humber came into class to interview the lovely Miss Ablett and some of hew wonderful pupils about their creative reading area! You can see the interview in the link below.
Eagle Heights Falconry Display
6th February - We were joined by Mr Ames from Eagle Heights Wildlife Foundation, who brought with him some feathered friends!
Young Voices 2019
14th January - The choir's hard work and practise came to the fore as they attended the Young Voices event at Sheffield Motorpoint Arena. A wonderful time was had by all and we are so proud of the beautiful performance. Well done to the choir!
'Christmas Recipe' Production
18th & 19th December - This year the whole school wowed parents and friends of the school with their brilliant interpretation of 'Christmas Recipe'. The costumes were fantastic and we are so proud of all the children for the hard work they put in to making it a success!
Class 4's Remembrance Assembly
9th November 2018 - In order to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, one of our Governors and local Churchwarden, Mr Barclay, came into school and assisted with Class 4 in presenting a moving and poignant Remembrance Assembly for their parents and the rest of the school. The assembly took form of a 'Drumhead Service', similar to the type of service used when the troops are in the field and have no access to church.
The children of class 4 also developed a 'Field of Thanks', in which they each planted a named cross in thanks of those named on the Hook Roll of Honour who gave their lives, and who also fought and returned.
A Book of Memories holds pictures and details of members of successive Class 4 families who serviced in the Armed Forces, which includes civilian services such as Land Army and Merchant Navy.
Mrs Sue Walker produced a list of 96 names from the parish of Hook who served during WW1, and this will be displayed in our school.
We would like to say a big 'thank you' to the Humberside Police Band for their help in lending us the drums needed to create the drumhead for the service.
They shall not grow old
As we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them,
Nor in the years condem.
At the going down of the sun
And in the morning
We will remember them
Class 6's Visit to York Dungeon
23rd October 2018 - As part of their topic on Crime and Punishment, Class 6 found themselves in York Dungeon!
Class 1's Visit to St Mary's Church in Hook
16th October 2018 -
Class 5's Coffee & Cake Afternoon for Self Help Africa
11th October 2018 - Class 5 hosted a 'Coffee & Cake for Self Help Africa' afternoon recently. We had some wonderful donations of delicious looking cakes and treats! An incredible £117.60 was raised for the charity. Our donation letter (written by pupils) can be found below. Well done, Class 5!
Class 2's Visit to John Bull Rock Factory
25th September 2018 - We had an amazing time on our class trip this Autumn term. We became a real life Willy Wonka and made our own rock and chocolate lollies! We saw how all of the factory workers made sweets and biscuits. The machines were HUGE and so loud. We saw sweets being wrapped up and go into boxes ready to be shipped off all around the country.
After the tour, we played in 'Candy Kingdom'! It was so much fun, we pretended we were in 'Wonka Land' and everything was made out of sweets! We climbed on 'marshmallows' (steps) up to the river of jam and custard (slide), and went all the way down to the apple sauce (green mats). We were all exhausted after running around, the journey back to school was very quiet!
We cannot wait to continue lots of exciting activities based on our trip!
Class 6's Science Workshop Visit to Goole Academy
20th September 2018 - Class 6 once again set off for Goole Academy this week, to take part in some fun science activities lead by their team of science teachers.
Class 4's Visit to Bradford Science & Media Museum
18th September 2018 -
Class 5's Visit to York
18th September 2018 - Class 5 took to the river on their visit to York!
Class 6's Primary Futures Visit to Goole Academy
18th September 2018 - The children from Year 6 around the Goole cluster gathered together for a truly inspiring event arranged by the Heads in conjunction with Primary Futures, an organisation which aims to build aspirations for the future amongst our primary aged children.
The children initially were introduced to a group of 6 volunteers and invited to ask questions which might give clues as to the job. We then had a small amount of time to see if we could correctly guess the volunteers professions before the grand reveal!
We were close on 3, out of the 6 but the remaining 3 where quite a surprise. The children thoroughly enjoyed their morning which left them all talking about their hopes and dreams for the future and the clear message that it's all there for the taking if 'you want it enough'.
Class 3's Drama Workshop
11th September 2018 - To start our new topic of Dreams we were very lucky to have a drama company come and work with us for the day. We created our own dreamworld where we made individual characters and places and built stories around them. We absolutely loved this and came up with lots of imaginative ideas. It ignited our creativity and helped us to feel confident as Class Threes very quickly! We are planning to use what we did during the day to help us with our work.
SUMMER TERM 2018
Goole Times Teacher of the Year 2018 Result!
We are so excited to reveal that...
Mr Tutty is Goole Times' Teacher of the Year 2018!
The Goole Times visited us last week to surprise Mr Tutty with the award and some cupcakes for Class 2! Well done Mr Tutty! It's an amazing achievement to be awarded this in your first year of teaching, and Class 2 have been very lucky to share it with you!
We'd like to take this opportunity to say that Hook are exceptionally lucky to have such a wonderful and dedicated teaching staff across all our classes, supported by equally dedicated and talented TAs! We are so grateful for the time and effort put in by all, often going above and beyond to ensure the children receive the best education possible.
On 27th June, Class 2 held a Miracles Assembly at St Mary's Church. The children all did so well remembering their lines and re-enacted three biblical miracles in front of parents and the whole school.
Goodbye, Mrs Forrest!
On 13th April we said goodbye to one of our popular and long-serving Teaching Assistants, Mrs Forrest, who is relocating to the Durham area. Not only will Mrs Forrest be missed for her wonderful personality, but her amazing artistic talents were responsible for many of the incredible and imaginative displays throughout the school. In her honour, we held a secret art competition The Sue Forrest Award for Outstanding Art, with the theme 'Spring'. We asked Mrs Forrest to judge the winners on her last day of working at Hook.
SPRING TERM 2018
World Book Day Parade 2018
After the original date was cancelled due to the snow, we held our World Book Day Parade on Friday, 9th March.
The children (and staff!) looked fantastic and we had a great day celebrating our favourite books.
Beth Dobbin - Inspiring Children of Today to be the Champions of Tomorrow
We were thrilled to welcome Beth Dobbin to our school on Thursday, 15th March. Beth is a star of athletics, having competed for Scotland (her dad is Scottish!) at the Loughborough International over the 200m and 4x400m. She has also competed for Scotland at Cardiff and Belfast Internationals over 100m, 200m and 4x100m relays. Her aim for 2018 is to make the team for the Commonwealth Games at the Gold Coast. The required qualification standard is 23.30, so as it stands she's only 0.01 seconds away from it and is awaiting to hear if she has been selected!
After putting the children through their paces with interval training, Beth gave a talk in assembly about her sporting career and how we can live a healthy lifestyle. The children had an opportunity to ask her questions and those who raised sponsor monies were given awards. Those children who individually raised over £35 each were invited to have a instant photo taken with Beth!
The total of the sponsorship raised will be announced shortly but we are so proud of the efforts made, it looks like it is going to be an amazing amount!
Dance Fest 2018
The Goole Cluster Dance Festival will be taking place on Tuesday 13th March, with Hook Class 4 children taking part in the afternoon from 2:15! Tickets are available from The Junction priced at £3 each. You can call the Box Office on 01405 763652.
Young Voices 2018
Once again, our choir had a wonderful time at the Young Voices event at Sheffield! We are sure that those who attended will agree, they sang beautifully and we are very proud of them!
Class 2's Scooter Training
Class 2 recently took part in East Riding of Yorkshire Council's scooter training at school.
AUTUMN TERM 2017
Christmas Production: Lights, Camel, Action!
Once again the children put on a wonderful Christmas production for parents with their funny and catchy play, "Lights, Camel, Action!". All four shows were "sold out" and we think you will all agree they did a fabulous job!
Nativity at St. Mary's Church
On Sunday 18th December, some of the children took part in the Nativity Tableau as part of the Carol Service at St Mary's Church. They did a fantastic job and it was enjoyed by all!
Poppy Appeal 2017
We supported the Poppy Appeal in school again this year. In addition to donations, money was raised by items such as snap bands, friendship bracelets and pencils being available to buy.
We raised an amazing £240.27 which helps the Royal British Legion to continue vital welfare and benevolent work. Thank you for all your donations.
BBC Children in Need 2017
We have had an amazing Children in Need day this year, with the children and staff dressing in their pyjamas or spotty clothes. The amount we have raised is incredible - over £300, which includes a generous donation of £60 from local charity Olive Hunt Charity Shop.
Thank you everyone for your donations!
Remembrance Service 2017
Class 4 lead the beautiful and moving Remembrance Day assembly. During the rehearsals with Mr Barclay, children showed high levels of maturity and created a fantastic assembly.
Each child had an important role in the assembly and tried extremely hard to fulfil their responsibilities and produce an assembly to remember.
The class was complimented by everyone in school and really impressed Miss Barker.
SPRING TERM 2017
World Book Day - Friday 3rd March
The children had a great day dressing as their favourite characters and bringing in the book from which their character was from.
There were some amazing costumes!!
We also had Usborne books attend with a lovely book stall. Thank you to Mrs Moss our literacy coordinator for organising this.
Young Voices - Wednesday 11th January
For those of you that attended we are sure you would agree, it was worth the hard work. We
are extremely proud of our choir, they were well behaved and a pleasure to be with.
AUTUMN TERM 2016
Happy Birthday Hook School
This September, Hook C E Primary School on its present site was 40 years old. To celebrate this we thought it would be nice for the children to have a picnic lunch on the field on Friday and play family games during the afternoon. We had great fun!!
Macmillan Afternoon Tea
Year 5 hosted a Mad Hatters tea party on the afternoon of Friday 30th September in aid of the Macmillan charity. They raised an amazing £322.16 for this worthwhile cause.
Our Harvest Festival was held in St Marys Church on Thursday 6th October, hosted by Class 5.
The children donated produce which will go to Mission Trinity in Goole who offer a wonderful food bank and weekly meal service to those families less fortunate than ourselves.
Thank you to everyone for their generous donations.
Our Year 6 Parliament along with the helping hands arranged a Halloween Disco on 31st October in aid of school funds. All children who attended had a great time!!
This year Class 4 lead the Remembrance Day Assembly in school.
The children also helped ladies from the ‘Knit and Natter’ group to knit poppies for a special display inspired by the installation at the Tower of London.
An amazing amount was collected for this worthwhile charity. We raised a wonderful £275.96.
BBC CHILDREN IN NEED
The children brought in all their spare change and donations and looked for coloured spots around the school to place them on.
KS1 Christmas Craft Afternoon
On the 1st December the Key Stage One pupils enjoyed a lovely afternoon of Christmas Crafts. The log burner was projected on to the screen and the Christmas music was playing.
Christmas Stories in a cosy corner...
Ice Painting with icing sugar and glitter...
Pin the nose on Rudolf...
Christmas Plate designing...
Milk, cookies and The Snowman...
Magic Reindeer Dust...
Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch - 9th December 2016
We held our annual senior citizens Christmas lunch on Friday 9th December. Our fabulous kitchen staff once again provided a lovely meal and then the guests were entertained by our pupils singing Christmas songs for them.
BAUBLES - This Years Christmas Production
This week we have had four performances of our Christmas production, Baubles. Every performance was full and the feedback from parents and carers was glowing. Every child in the school took part in this wonderful Christmas play and were all outstanding. A big congratulations to our Year 5 & 6 pupils who took on the lead roles.
Christmas Party Day - 15th December 2016
The day started with a lovely concert lead by the school music service from the ERYC.
The pupils then had a lovely traditional Christmas Lunch provided by our wonderful kitchen staff.
The children then enjoyed Parties back in their classrooms in the afternoon.