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20/05/19

Thanks Ric from who this term has been working with our Eco Champions, thinking about reducing plastic use. Here is Ric talking to all the children about this issue - inspiring the younger generation to make changes to their own plastic usage! https://t.co/xe5fHu0owy

19/05/19

HPAD Fun Run organised by our fabulous PTA, FoHPED. Thank you to everyone who took part. https://t.co/6xkcEMV7tH

17/05/19

Delighted to welcome author and mathematician to HPAD on Thursday. Y3/4 were inspired by Rob’s range of of mathematical tricks & puzzles. The children left excited to try the tricks for themselves in the playground https://t.co/RQgTBqGQ7z

15/05/19

Now for a mini beast hunt. Lots of slugs, snails, ground beetles, ants, spiders and woodlice https://t.co/EJck5JiStt

15/05/19

Pond dipping this morning. So far we’ve found sticklebacks, water boatmen, water snails (mostly common bithynia), leeches and various larve. https://t.co/W8nAfOYQ7w

14/05/19

Bedtime story with Ms Reynolds. https://t.co/SMyuTOTsjB

14/05/19

Marshmallows, hot chocolate and singing around the campfire. Lovely way to end the day. https://t.co/xYnfkGfCpu

14/05/19

Lovely day spent at St Margaret’s Bay. https://t.co/o9Ge4vMmTf

14/05/19

Rock pooling at St Margaret’s Bay. https://t.co/aieTIdonOP

14/05/19

3 wood mice in the traps this morning. All safely released. 6 mile hike now followed by rock pooling on the beach this afternoon. https://t.co/IwduWCEB1R

13/05/19

More amazing views from our evening ramble https://t.co/pMGMR5rxSs

13/05/19

Evening ramble https://t.co/krVeWQwoEm

13/05/19

Well that was a delicious meal! Good job we are off on an evening ramble now to walk it off. https://t.co/KwIgPFVafk

13/05/19

Choosing the best spots to hide our mammal traps https://t.co/zM13stzO2e

13/05/19

Learning about the mammals living wild on the Rippledown grounds https://t.co/fRiBiA0XEL

13/05/19

The grounds at Rippledown House are just beautiful https://t.co/Qsz7HWCZJW

13/05/19

A bit of Rippledown history https://t.co/XijJ5AduxV

13/05/19

Beds made, dorms tidied, time for lunch https://t.co/jKlgBHWSSN

13/05/19

Year 4 have arrived safely at Rippledown House - looking forward to 3 days of fun https://t.co/ubIdWlbRh7

09/05/19

Balance, agility and focus during our buddy’s challenge obstacle course today https://t.co/wKyBbckXHK

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Posted on November 22nd 2016

HPAD donations for orphanage in Kremenchug, Ukraine

This Christmas Harris Primary Academy East Dulwich have decided to support an orphanage in Kremenchug, Ukraine. The orphanage has 100 children currently in residence with about 25% having a disability and the majority being babies. Kremenchug Orphanage is a safe environment that provides comfort and food. What the children do not have are many personal possessions. We want to make sure they have something to open on Christmas day, something that belongs to them and makes them feel happy and loved. So we have decided to join forces with some other primary schools and provide them with some fun and happiness on Christmas day.

 

We would like to invite you to buy a little present to go in a shoebox for a child. Each class will be putting together a shoebox for 2 children.

We will also be taking a collection of nappies and toothbrushes. Also, if you have any shoeboxes that would be a great help!

 

Please take a look at the age and gender of the child to help you with your present choices.

 

Present ideas: warm socks, hat, cars, rattles, balls or books. No sweets or food, please.

 

 

Class

Child

Age

Child

Age

Willow

Olexandra

2 (girl)

Kirylo

3 (boy)

Chestnut

Ivan

2 (boy

Maria

1  (girl)

Mint

Andriy

3 (boy)

Bogdana

1 (girl)

Dill

Yuliya

3 (girl)

Iriyna

1 (girl

Primrose

Diana

5 (girl)

Markar

1 (boy)

Buttercup

Nikita

5 (boy)

Valentin

1 (boy)

 

 

 

All contributions need to be brought into school by 25th November. Each class teacher will collect donations.

 

We think this will be a great opportunity for our pupils to learn about other children in the world. We hope you are as excited as us about sending off our gifts.

Thank you in advance!