Hedgehogs (Y3) were excited to welcome Paul Nolan, acclaimed author of children’s historical fiction books, on Monday, October 11th 2021. Having written a book set in the Bronze Age, Paul is an expert in this period of history, and he helped bring our Stones and Bones topic alive!
Throughout the morning, the children investigated the Stone and Bronze Ages through a variety of engaging activities, which included the opportunity to see ancient artefacts and learn, first-hand, just how and why Stonehenge was created.
- 21/05/21The Rabbits Class from Hayeswood First School were thrilled on Tuesday morning when they had a visit from the Chief Constable of Dorset.Read Full Story
Remote Learning During LockdownWelcome to Hayeswood First School!Read Full Story
Partial School Reopening - 8 JuneHayeswood First School is partially reopening to pupils in Reception and Year 1, as well as Key Worker children, with effect from Monday 8th June. Click below to access Return to School Information. Click here and here to access welcome videos for Red Bubble Click here to access a we...Read Full Story
Books at BedtimePlease click below to access content from the parent session delivered by Mrs Hodder on 5th March 2020Read Full Story
Wimborne Academy Trust re: Coronavirus10th March 2020Read Full Story
Hayeswood and Colehill School Councillors Meet Together!Friday 28th February saw the first joint meeting of Colehill and Hayeswood School councillors.Read Full Story
Collection in Support of Wimborne Food BankPupils at Hayeswood First School came to school today in non-uniform clothes in exchange for a donation to Wimborne Food Bank. The Food Bank contacted local schools after Christmas to report unprecedented seasonal demand in the Wimborne area. The stock from Harvest and Christmas donations, which...Read Full Story
Roman WorkshopTuesday 14/01/2020Read Full Story
Science DomeOn Friday 17th January 2020 the mobile Science Dome came to visit Hayeswood School during the school day. Each class had a session in the Dome, they had a lot of fun learning about their topic. Reception - Dinosaurs Year 1 - Pirates and the Sea Year 2 - Space Exploration Year...Read Full Story
The Stars Come Out for Christmas at Hayeswood!Pupils at Hayeswood First School greatly enjoyed performing 'The Stars Come Out For Christmas' on 10th, 11th and 12th December.Read Full Story
Hayeswood School Pond Gets A New Lease of Life!The Hayeswood school pond is now ready for another year of pond-dipping, thanks to the brilliant efforts of a parent volunteer group.Read Full Story
Harvest for the HomelessPupils from across the school participated in a Harvest assembly on Wednesday 2nd October during which the importance and value of ‘a place to call home’ was emphasised.Read Full Story
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