Beaver Scout

Beaver Scout

Congratulations to to our third pupil this week who has ‘been prepared’ and become a fully invested member of the local Beaver Scout group.We are sure they will make a great team!




We were were very proud to hear that another pupil at Hazel Wood has joined a club and is having a great time learning lots of new things. We look forward to hearing about his achievements. This lovely photo captures the moment of him making his Beaver Scout promise.

Gifted and talented footballers

Gifted and talented footballers

Well done to our six footballers who spent the afternoon learning how to play as a team. They managed to get through to the quarter finals and had a wonderful time. Great work! Thank you to Mrs Beard for taking them.

A new Beaver!


Congratulations to to yet another pupil who has become a Beaver this week. She loves joining in with all the activities which are based around making things, outdoor activities, singing, playing games, going out on visits, investigating nature, listening to stories, learning how to be safe and most importantly, making new friends.

Easter Bonnet Parade

What a fantastic turnout! Thank you so much to The Friends of Hazel Wood for hosting our Easter Bonnet Parade this afternoon. The children were delighted to show off their wonderful creations to such an enthusiastic audience. The chocolate treats were gratefully received and the maker of the winning bonnet in each class was presented with a lovely rosette. Thank you to Deacon Brian who does so much to help us at school and is coming in to teach the children about Easter. The weather was very kind to us, a little breezy so we held on to our hats,  but lots of lovely sunshine to complement the smiles!

The Mice class Easter bonnet winner

Easter Bonnet Well done to all of the Mice class.  Your bonnets were amazing but there could only be one winner so congratulations to our lucky winner!

Getting ready for our Easter Bonnet Parade

Thank you to everyone at home who has helped the children to make their fantastic creations. Some children are still busy in school this morning using their imagination and lots of drawing, cutting, sticking and creating skills to produce some beautiful bonnets. We look forward to welcoming our families to see the parade this afternoon. Let’s hope the wind dies down!