It has been a very busy few weeks at Hazel Grove High School this December.
To end a brilliant term, we have wrapped up some of the highlights from the past month!
Salvation Army Christmas Present Appeal
Students and staff have been bringing in donations of new toys and gifts for local families in need this Christmas.
These will go to Citius’s chosen charity, the Salvation Army in support of their Christmas Present Appeal.
Sleigh bells ring at Winter Concert
On December 19th, we had our annual Winter Concert.
It was an evening full of festive tunes from our talented musicians and singers.
The concert was split into two parts.
Part One opened with the amazing School of Rock, followed by some brilliant performances from the Orchestra, soloists, Year 10 GCSE Class, String Group, Woodwind Group, Clarinet Trio and Senior Choir
After a short interval, the night continued with more fantastic performances from Pop Choir, Percussion Group, Year 11 GCSE Class, more soloists, Keyboard Club, Guitar Group, Staff Band and Soul Band.
To finish off the perfect night, everyone banded together (including our wonderful audience) to sing I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day by Wizzard.
HGHS would like to thank and congratulate all the students involved, the concert was a huge success!
A big thank you to all the staff who made the evening possible, and of course thank you to our wonderful audience for getting into the Christmas spirit with us!
Our talented year 10 students have been baking Christmas themed cakes as part of their GCSE Food & Nutrition course.
Their final products looked delicious!
Staff present: A Christmas Carol
To end what has been a brilliant year, all students were able to see our HGHS Staff Panto Production based on a Christmas Carol!
Thank you to the staff involved for treating our students to such a wonderful performance!
Christmas Jumper Day
For the final day of term, students and staff were invited to come to school in non-uniform or Christmas jumpers.
We asked everyone to bring in £1 as a donation to support the ‘Make a Wish’ charity.
The charity raises money to support children aged between 3-17 who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening condition or critical illness.
There were some fantastically festive jumpers!
That’s a wrap!
From all of us here at Hazel Grove High School, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!