This year the children have earned 9000 tokens by showing the 3 R's, Stephenson House came first in a close race.
Well done to Markham house who are the winners of the Sports Day trophy.
Nursery went on a bear hunt and tried to catch a big one... they weren't scared!
Staveley Armed Forces Day was a wonderful community event. We had lots of visitors to our cake stall and had a raffle for a special Armed Forces cake.
As part of their PSHE lessons Canberra Class are collecting canned food and drinks for The Chesterfield Soup Kitchen. They have designed posters and leaflets requesting donations.
A team of nine year 5 children visited Kelham Island in Sheffield to take part in the Build It Challenge. They used their design and engineering skills to make a seaside town with other schools in the area.
On Dress up and Dance Day we had great fun grooving to the Cha-Cha Slide and taking part in a whole school Conga. We raised an amazing £225 for MacMillan Cancer Support.
We were treated to a two day visit from award winning author Caryl Hart. Her visit has inspired many of the children in our school to produce their own imaginative pieces of writing.
These amazing Ambassadors litter picked in the local community.
All children were involved in Hollingwood Election Day with a suprise visit from the Queen.
Sophie received a wonderful card from the Nightingale Ward at Chesterfield Royal Hospital. The card thanked Sophie for donating some of her toys.
RAK day was a wonderful celebration of kindness. We were overwhelmed by how thoughful and kind the children were on this day and continue to be.
Paris class enjoyed their Reading to Learn session outside in the sunshine.
Our Woodland Wonderland is taking shape, we are really looking forward to using this area and taking learning outdoors.
Next time you are in school please take a look at our British Values display. It is a very interactive experience with hidden treasures behind each door.
A massive well done to our Year 6 children who have taken their SATs tests this week. They have shown a great amount of responsibility and resilience throughout the week. Ambassadors showed their support by handing out inspirational quotes.
Children in Years 3 and 4 have continued the Refugee Project in school and made shelters in the woodlands.
Children from years 2 and 3 represented Hollingwood in the long distance Fun Run. All of the children displayed the three R's: Respect, Responsibility and Responsibility. Well done to all involved!
Year 3 and 4 children had the opportunity to take part in a fantastic project. We teamed up with Norbridge School as part of Project Refugee. During the day the children took part in a range of activities to help their understanding of the refugee crisis.
KS1 have been on a nature hunt around school to start their topic 'How Does Your Garden Grow?' Lots of different types of flowers were found and even some minibeasts! Children are very excited to start growing their own plants and look after them throughout the term.
We've all been on school trips - without leaving our seats! Google visited Hollingwood as part of the Expeditions programme. This is a new technology which allows pupils to experience immersive, virtual journeys to almost anywhere you could think of.
Lea Green 2015
Bronze Young Ambassadors Peer Leaders Conference
Staveley Fire Station
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Paul Cummins Cearmics
KS1 Key Steps Gymnastics
Cross Country Competition
Parent Maths Workshop
American Cheerleading Club