Henry Bloom Noble Primary School

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Goodbye Mr Mooney
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Today we said goodbye to Mr Mooney who is leaving us to work at the Educational Support Centre. We are sad to see him go but know he will be a great asset in his new role. We will miss him very much and thank him for all the support and help he has given to our pupils and staff. We sang for him in…

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World Book Day 2020
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Pupils and staff had great fun on 5th March sharing their favourite books and authors. We had a special story telling assembly led by Elmer the Elephant (Miss Gibson). Lots of people dressed up as our favourite characters. Can you spot your favourite character?

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Newspaper Club meet a Star!
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Newspaper club recently got the chance to meet and interview one of the stars from Strictly Come Dancing, the great Anton Du Beke. He was charming and funny and all the pupils were thrilled to have the opportunity to meet him Their interview is in the Spring edition of the HBN News!

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Year 5 Manx Dancing
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Mr Brooks has been teaching our Year 5 (staff as well as children) some Manx dances. On Friday he asked some musicians to join us so we could have our very own Ceilidh! Here at HBN we believe it is very important to understand and learn about our Manx culture and heritage. We had great fun whilst l…

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Year 1 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Afternoon
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Year 1 have been studying Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. At the end of the half term they invited parents in to share some of the fun learning they had been doing. Activities included designing boats to float on the chocolate lake, constructing marshmallow buildings and making jewellery out of…

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Maths Mastery for Parents
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If you were unable to attend our parent information evening on how we teach maths at HBN earlier this month we have linked the presentation with a commentary for your information and reference. We hope to keep you informed this way more often in the future so a big thanks to Miss Ellison for being…

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