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Today (3 July 2019) is one of our favourite days of the year because we welcome our new Year 7 students into school to try out some lessons and experience the Haygrove school day. Students from nearly all our local primary schools arrived at the school door for 8.40 am which signals the start of assembly and the day.
After an assembly with the Headteacher, Mrs Canham and the Head of Year 7, Mrs Mitchell, everyone headed off to their first two lessons or to the gym for a briefing about the Treasure Hunt that every new Year 7 had to complete. The theme for the day was Global Goals and all the lessons, which included Science, Languages, English, Art, RE and Geography and the Treasure Hunt addressed questions that related to the United National 15 Sustainable Development Goals.
When the new Year 7s start for real at Haygrove in September, they will start to understand how the school is teaching about these ‘global goals’ across the curriculum.
After their first two lessons, the young students had a break before continuing on their lesson carousel. An early lunch, when everyone flooded into the canteen, was followed by the final lesson of the day and a final assembly before heading home at 3pm.