As part of our Extended Schools Cluster programme, we are delighted to be able to fund a 4-week traditional cookery course for all parents in our cluster schools.
Each week will focus on a specific culture from around the world and a representative from each of the 4 countries will facilitate the cooking and supply the ingredients.
The traditions included in the course are: Indian, Polish, Chinese and Thai.
The course will be held in the Home Economics Department in Hazelwood Integrated College on Thursday evenings between 6.30 – 8.30 starting on Thursday 15th November through to Thursday 6th December.
There are limited places available and this will be issued on a first come, first served basis amongst the cluster schools. As the cookery course is fully funded it is free to attend and you will be able to take home the meal that you have cooked on the night.
To secure your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and mobile number as soon as possible.
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Currently we are reviewing the information we have about our pupils, staff and parents in line with the review of Data Protection legislation. We would appreciate it if you could fill in the following forms (even if you have already done so in the past) and return them to me as soon as possible to the address above with all the updated information. Please note we require at least two contact numbers for each child.
It is essential that you complete this form as soon as possible and tick the necessary permissions. We must account for these permissions for every child.
In addition, we currently hope to communicate more effectively with you via email and Parentmail and would appreciate it if you could complete the relevant section in order that we may continue to do so
Thank you for all your help in this matter.
Mrs P Murtagh
Free Dance Classes
Europa Group - age 4 - 10 years
Thursday 5.30 - 7.00pm
Anti Bullying Week
During Anti-bullying week and the children will be taking part in activities related to this within their classes. This is a link to show that Hazelwood supports the pledge - 'Together We Are Stronger'. There follows a website which is a magazine in PDF form re guidance for parents about their child's safety online.
Parent's Reading Tips
Practical Maths Tips
May we remind all parents that we need up to date contact numbers in case of emergency or school closure due to bad weather. Contact the office to inform the school of any changes please.
Parental involvement plays a major role in the life of the school. We value our parents as vital co-educators in their child's progress and success at school. We aim to create an active partnership between parents and teacher.
Just ten minutes a day can help your child and give them skills and confidence to do better at home, school and in life. Save the Children
NEW PARENT? Thinking about sending your child to Hazelwood? Parents are very welcome to come and tour the school. Do not hesitate to contact us.
The school have an active PTA who are dedicated to supporting the school financially. Events organised in the past by the PTA have included a fashion show, summer and Christmas fairs, and the infamous 'Hazelwood's got Talent'. For more information on joining the PTA contact Miss McDowell.
For parents who want to save their child’s work outside of Seesaw at the end of the year, this is a much simpler option than downloading files individually. See how it works!
Hazelwood felt like a great big family, which is very special. The community is very lucky to be served by such a wonderful school!
Parent Questionnaire-Thanks to all our parents who completed and returned our Parent Questionnnaire. A total of 139 were returned. We had some very encouraging and positive feedback on:-
My child is happy at school 99%
My child feels safe at school 100%
- My child is making good progress 97%
- I receive enough information to support my child 97%
- I am happy with my child's learning experience 99%
The school has an effective system of praise 100%
My child speaks about the house system 97%
Staff are approachable 99%
I would like to communicate through e-mail 30%