Hazlehurst Community Primary School
Geoffrey St, Ramsbottom, Bury, Lancashire, BLO 9PQ
Headteacher: Mr M Golding    Tel: 01706 822002    email: hazlehurst@bury.gov.uk 

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Hazlehurst is an outstanding school.
It provides a very happy, secure and vibrant environment in which pupils thrive.
Outstanding care, guidance and support form the foundation of pupils’ excellent achievement. Attainment is high in English and mathematics. Behaviour is excellent.
 The teaching and curriculum are outstanding and they inspire excitement and a love of learning in pupils, who work with great enthusiasm and determination.
The drive for excellence is evident in all of the school’s work.
OFSTED Inspection Report - December 2011

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School Choir in Children of Bury Sing
Sat 25 April
Class and Team Photographs
Tue 28 April
Y4 class assembly
Wed 29 April - 9.00 am
Friends' Meeting
7.00 pm Thur 30 April
Y3 class assembly
Wed 6 May - 9.00 am
Family Treasure Hunt
6.00 pm Friday 15 May
Robinwood Parents' Meeting
Tue 19 May - 6.30 pm
Y2 class assembly
Wed 20 May - 9.00 am
Sports Day - Infants AM, Juniors PM
Thur 4 June
Meeting for Parents of New Intake
Wed 9 June - 7.00 pm
Y6 Robinwood Trip
Wed 10th to Fri 12th June
Y1 class assembly
Wed 10 June - 9.00 am
Reception class assembly
Wed 17 June - 9.00 am
Y5 class assembly
Wed 24 June - 9.00 am
Summer Fair
2.00 pm Saturday 27 June
School Band at Bury Agricultural Show
Sun 28 June
Juniors' Summer Concert
Thur 9 July - 2.15 pm and 7.00 pm
Leavers' Assembly
Fri 17 July 9.00 am

Latest News

This Week’s WorkReach for the Stars
Reception have been reading the story of ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’.  Sophie and Isabelle wrote some superb facts! One of the superhero challenges this week was to make a caterpillar! Well done to Alfie and Alice.
Year 1 have had fun learning how to share equally in Maths and Lola used adjectives when she wrote about a Perfect Pet.
Year 2 have written stories about losing their favourite toy (based on Dogger by Shirley Hughes)
Billy really concentrated when writing his story.
In Year 3 Jessica and Lila made super copies of their favourite part of some Renoir paintings, and Finn and Nathan have shown how beautiful their handwriting can be.
In Year 4 Alfie made a brilliant story map to help him retell the altered version of ‘The Pea and the Princess’, and the children learnt about MRS NERG in science. Well done Anna.
In Year 5 – Gina & Molly and Lewis & Katieleigh created paper cut-outs in the style of Matisse; and in Year 6 Sam and Peter used Excel and Paint to create a great textile design, based on traditional Peruvian costume.
We hope you enjoy our work!

If you want to see lots more, go to the Children’s Work page!

The Tower Challenge 2015Peel Tower
The whole school put on their walking boots (or wellies) and set off up Holcombe Hill to complete the Tower Challenge - a walk to Peel Tower, a famous local landmark.
It was a wonderful effort from everyone involved and the view from the top was tremendous.
... And best of all ... when we got back to school there was an Easter Egg Raffle. What could be better?!
Well done to all our intrepid hikers!

Very Enterprising!2015 Enterprise Bunny
Each class was given 40 to spend and challenged to set up a mini-enterprise that would make the biggest profit possible by the end of the week.
On Friday afternoon we held an Enterprise Fair in the school hall and invited parents and friends to ‘come and buy’! The children’s ideas were terrific - from cookery and crafts to designer shopping bags and home made fashions  - we even had a Photo Studio!
As usual, the support from our wonderful families was brilliant !
Everyone was a winner because the profits from each mini-enterprise were given back to the class to buy something of their choosing!

Well done to the school band for winning the instrumental group class at Ramsbottom Music Festival!
We are very proud of you!

Annual Plant SalePlant Sale
Summer is coming. Set your garden ablaze with colour! Wow your friends with your home-grown produce and turn your children’s fingers green! Simply complete the order form and return it to the school office - we will do the rest!
The order deadline is Friday 2 April.
Cash with orders please!
You can collect your plants from the school playground from 3.00 pm on Friday 15th May.
Thank you for your support. Happy gardening!

2015 Reception Tesco TripBig Cucumber
Our reception children had a great time when they visited Tesco as part of their ‘Farm To Fork’ topic. They learned about where some of our colourful vegetables come from, they helped to make hot cross buns in the bakery, they learned about fish on the fish counter and they finished it all off with a fruit tasting session.
Thanks to Tesco for giving the children a lovely day!

It’s Snowing!The snowman
We had a great time playing on the school field in the snow.
Do you like our snowmen?
Which is your favourite?

Christmas Talent Show 2014Break Dancers
The children of Hazlehurst displayed a fantastic range of skills at the annual Talent Show, from singing and dancing to comedy routines and magic tricks!
The judges had a tough job picking the winners.
Well done to everyone who took part!

Christmas on the CobblesBand on Coronation St
The school band gave a great performance when they provided Christmas entertainment for visitors to the Coronation Street Tour at Granada Studios, and when all the playing was over they got to explore explore behind the scenes - including a visit to the famous Rovers Return!
Well done to all our fine young musicians.

Christmas Dinner and Christmas Jumper DayChristmas Jumpers
Everyone enjoyed a very tasty Christmas dinner this year whilst wearing their Christmas jumpers. It was hot, but worth it! We raised 150 for ‘Save the Children’. Well done!

Infants’ Christmas ConcertFlock of Sheep
Thanks to all the infants for giving us a wonderful performance of this year’s Nativity play - ‘Hey Ewe!’. The singing and acting was lovely, the costumes were full of Christmas colour, and all the audience had a great time. Well done to the staff for putting it all together so well!

The Happiest Christmas TreeChristmas Hazel
We hope you enjoy this year’s novelty Christmas song ... performed by the children of Hazlehurst School, with help from a few special friends!
Merry Christmas!

Christmas Crafts in ReceptionChristmas Crafts
Our reception children had some very special visitors to them get creative with Christmas crafts - their parents! It was heads down and deep concentration all the way - and the children worked hard too!

Christmas ConcertLittle Angel
The audience had a wonderful time at our Key Stage 2 Christmas Concert. The  children’s singing, dancing and acting was excellent and the costumes sparkled with Christmas light! Year 3&4 performed a traditional Nativity play, ‘Nazareth Welcomes You’, then Years 5&6 blasted off with ‘An Out of This World Christmas’, and finally all the juniors joined together for a ‘big finish’ with ‘The happiest Christmas Tree’.
Thanks to all the staff for putting on the show and to the children for sharing their talents. Happy Christmas!

2014 Christmas FairMusicians
Thanks to everyone who helped to make this year’s Christmas Fair such a great success. The refreshments and the stalls were excellent and the school band kept us in a festive mood by playing a selection of Christmas classics. The fair raised 1500 for school. Well done!

Y6 Victorian ExperienceBaker Boy
Tatton Hall opened its servants’ entrance to a group of hopeful new recruits from Hazlehurst school recently. The children (and staff) had to roll up their sleeves and work hard all day in an attempt to impress the house-keeper and try to get a job as a servant. They scrubbed the floors, polished the silver, made the beds, and even baked scones for afternoon tea! What super servants they were! We were pleased to say that they were all hired at the end of the day!
Then it was time to head back to school in the year 2014 for a good  rest!
Tatton Park sent us a letter about how our children behaved and joined in on their visit. We are very proud of them! Tatton Park Letter.

Lest We ForgetDrummer Boy
The Y4 children took part in the 2014 Service of Remembrance when they visited Bury Fusilier Museum on the 11th of November. We were very proud of the dignified way in which they showed their respect for the brave soldiers who lost their lives in the war.
After the service there was a chance to learn more about life during the war years, including attending a war-time wedding!

2014 Samba DayMini drummer
Everyone enjoyed a taste of the Caribbean on our recent Samba Day. The whole school joined in with Samba drumming and ‘Tamboo Bamboo’ with a visiting specialist percussion teacher and meanwhile in the classrooms there was Caribbean Art, dancing and food, and a geography investigation into where our bananas come from. It was great fun!

Harvest Festival 2014Harvest Singers
Thanks to everyone who helped to make our Harvest Festival a big success. The children’s songs and poems were lovely and the event was enjoyed by an audience of over 100 parents and friends.
Thanks for all the donations to the Porch Project charity - we estimate that we donated over 1000-worth of food and toiletries to this worthy cause.

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The winning house team this week was
Well done!

Extra playtime this week, for great behaviour and excellent lining up, goes to ...
Year 2 and Year 6

This week’s
Golden Book ...

Arian Pape
for being such an enthusiastic member of the class and for his outstanding general knowledge.
Maisie Bevan
for beautiful behaviour and a sunny attitude!
Zach Round
for being so very helpful and keen to learn.
Kate Shewring
for being a super role model who is always ready to work.
Lucy Carroll
for being so willing to bring things in from home that help to support our work.
Elizabeth Rothwell
for being so well-mannered, respectful and willing to learn.
James Broadhurst
for a perfect attitude at the start of the new term.
Well done!

Hazlehurst Bronze, Silver and Gold Bar Awards
for consistent effort and high standards this school year
Who can collect a full set by the end of the year?


Gold Star
12 commendation in school assembly

Year 4
Emily Gent

Silver Star
8 Commendation in school assembly

Sophie Freeman
Isabelle Bruce
Tom Barry

Year 4
Emily Gent
Max Simcock
Lucy Thomas

Year 5
Amy Askew
Abigail Johnson
Lewis Mahoney
Elizabeth Rothwell

Year 6
Katherine Waters
Peter Watts
Toby Wray
James Broadhurst

Scroll down for the Bronze Roll of Honour

The Bronze Roll of Honour
for 4 commendations in school assembly


Year 1

Years 2


Tom Barry
Sophie Freeman
Isabelle Bruce
Darcie-Mae Crompton
Nina Haddock
Alfie Reynolds
Isabelle Atkinson
Arian Pope
Alice Harrison
Joe Rothwell
Ethan Heaney
Amber Kirkaldy-Jones
Freddie Johnson
Beth Corbishley
Lauren Bradley
Sarah Cowie
Alfie Coward
Sophia-Mae Timperley
Miles McKinley
Sam Smith
Amber Dobson
Summer Bennett
Olivia Fox
Tilly Knowles
Isabelle McKeown
Logan Powner
Keira Pridgeon
Bella Roe
Samuel Smith

Christopher Johnson
Zak Tickle
Tia Brown
Phoebe Webb
Megan Oliver
Elexa Tickle
Oscar Aldridge
Bonnie Birkett
Annie Parkes
Lola Bennett
Harrison Linaker
Liam Morton
Evie Thornley
Allegra Birtwistle-Aitken
Alfie Chadwick-Heath
Daisy Massingham
Maisie Bevan
Antonia Johannsen-Ward
Ewan Powell
Max Ansbro
Harry Collinge
Leo Round
Joe Noot
Katy Nicholson
Heidi Smith
Oliver Main

Grace Ringer
Joseph Ashcroft
Sophie Lever
Joseph Morris
Brooke Nixon
Grace Good
Finlay Walsh
Owen Heaney
Spencer Brierley
Nyesha Carter
Aurelia Crompton
Nieve Valentine-Hawkins
Isabelle Fagan
Jessica Freeman
Eloise Freer
Billy Morris
Joseph Pennington
Olivia Tweddle
Lewis Marsh
Polly Fordham
Charlotte Jones
Zach Round
Noah Jenkinson
Liam Carter
Finlay Curry
Joshua Atkins


Year 3

Year 4

Years 5

Year 6

Sophia Wray
Jack Noot
Max Davies
Robby Scott
Nancy Fillery
Jessica Lafone
Grace Gallier
Lila Taberner
Reuben Snape
Erin Birch
Kate Shewring
Holly Jones
Annie Edwards
Charlotte McKeown
Finn Radford
Toby Anderson
Lily Sellers-Fairly
Florence McKinley
Molly Thomson
Nathan Russell
Matthew Johnson
Charlie Foster
Jamie Macadam
Luke Chisholm
Joshua Pridgeon
Tom Dunion

Imogen Gibson
Jack Fort
Isabelle Peel
Lucy Thomas
Max Simcock
Freya Dobson
Cara Fay-Booth
Anna Lynskey
Amelia Morgan
Zack Eatough
Alex Pennington
Rosie Powell
Tess Fordham
Freya Dobson
Thomas Redman
Max Simcock
Eve Davies
Ella-May Shorland
Matthew Dowd

Amy Askew
Adam Ringer
Niamh Edwards
Freya Scott
Thomas Lafone
Molly Hall
Joshua Burrows
Abigail Johnson
George Atkins
Nathan Barnes
Robyn Birch
Katieleigh Bajda-Lowe
Tom Ireland
Scarlett Hamilton
Lola Haddock
Toby Ashworth
Ellie Alderson
Daniel Brookes
Daniel Corbishley
Jasmine Lever
Sophie Lewis
Lewis Mahoney
Oliver Quinn
Freddie Reynolds
Elizabeth Rothwell
Gina Walker
Rachel Waters
Sam Fort
Daniel Hudson

Katherine Waters
Ruby Simcock
Conor Fay-Booth
Lucy Nicklin
Grace Adams
Charlie Peel
Peter Watts
Ryley Wightman-Sweeney
Toby Wray
Lauren Jones
Milly Thomond
Ellie Askew
Ryan O’Malley
Joel Adams
Sam Powner
Imogen Marshall
Max Gibson
Isaac Lynskey
Millie Tweddle
Thomas Morris
Lily Dunion
Tomas Dowd
William Dowd
Lily Dunion
Michael Grierson
Tanya Hute
Grace Adams

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