Friday is Red Nose Day so you can wear red clothes or silly clothes for the day.
The idea is to raise money for Comic Relief so please bring a small donation. If you are not able to donate anything then still come in your own clothes and join the fun!
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It is World Book Day and an opportunity for children to dress up on Thursday 3rd March.
The school will be closed on Friday 18 February. Children in Y1-6 will switch to remote learning on Google Classroom.
It is imperative that children remain inside tomorrow due to the severe winds forecast and stay away from waterways and coasts.
Stay safe, have a nice half term and we look forward to seeing you on 1st March.
From 1st March 2022, PE days are as follows:
Pre-school & Reception (Caterpillars and Butterflies) Tuesday and Friday
Year 1 (Dragonflies) Tuesday and Friday
Year 2 (Ladybirds) Monday and Friday
Year 3 (Woodpeckers) Monday and Tuesday
Year 4 (Owls) Tuesday and Friday
Year 5 (Foxes) Wednesday and Thursday
Year 6 (Badgers) Wednesday and Thursday
Would you like to meet other parents whose children also have special educational needs?
If so SENturions, a local group, would love to see you.
Well done Woodpeckers!
Will anyone be able to knock them off their perch next week?
This page is for the school to share news and events with families and friends of the school and wit We extend a warm welcome to all.
Part of the Coastal Learning Partnership, we are a nursery and primary school based in North Bournemouth. We have wonderful facilities, teachers and children so why not come along and see for yourself.
Operating as usual
Friday is Red Nose Day so you can wear red clothes or silly clothes for the day.
On the 17th March we will be learning about and supporting red nose day/Comic relief charity with a day of wearing something 'funny for money' or alternatively simply by wearing something red. If you wish to make a donation you can do by scanning the QR code below.
We encourage children to remain hydrated whilst they are at school but we would like to politely remind you that water bottles for the classrooms should contain plain water, flavoured water or water with added pieces of fruit. They should not contain squash.
If your child does not have a water bottle then jugs of water and cups are available.
Mrs Hunnisett's dinosaur went AWOL on the original photos.
The children's costumes are awesome but staff didn't want to be left out!!
Don't forget it is World Book Day this Thursday - come dressed as a book costume.
Costumes DO NOT need to be bought and expensive.
Some cheap and easy ideas:-
Mr Bump - blue top and trousers + bandages/ toilet roll used as a bandage
Burglar Bill - stripey top, eye mask, dark trousers, bag filled with crumbled paper
Billionaire Boy - grey trousers, white t-shirt fake money
Aliens love underpants - big pants over clothes, paper headband with antennae
Interstellar Cinderella - cardboard box jet pack, toy tools, goggles, ordinary clothes
George's marvellous medicine - red top, plastic bottle labelled George's Marvellous Medicine, wooden spoon covered in tin foil
Harry and the bucket of dinosaurs - ordinary clothes with a small bucket filled with dinosaurs
Matilda - blue dress, red hair bow, a few books
Ten little pirates - stripey t-shirt, jeans, pirate hat/bandana
If you have a
Witches hat - Room on the broom (add toy cat and broom)
- Worst Witch ( toy cat and messy broom)
- Wicked Witch of the West (add green face paint)
Mrs Stevens came back to say thank you for helping her raise so much money for Pancreatic Cancer UK. Last year everyone in school ran class marathons whilst she ran 3!
She brought the medals in to show the children - they were all very impressed!
Asda introduces free warm breakfast for children this half term
Asda introduces free warm breakfast for children this half term Children can get a free bowl of porridge this February half term at Asda CafesAsda has today announced an exclusive partnership with Quaker Oats to offer children a free warm breakfast across the February half term holidays. The new free offer means that families are now able to access both a free.....
Having children at home for half term can push up the food bills!
Did you know that there is a community fridge at the Henry Brown? It is open on 10-12 Thursdays and Fridays - just take a bag and take what will help you.
This is not means tested, anyone can go.
If you need a food bank voucher remember that school can issue them - even when it is half term - just drop us a message and we'll get back to you (although I can't guarantee a same day response during the holidays)
It might be half term but don't forget to keep reading!
World Book Day is on Thursday 2nd March so you might want to start thinking about your favourite book and about a costume to wear linked to a book!
This week is an exciting week:-
Monday - Wear your scarf day
Tuesday - Safer Internet Day
Thursday - Break up for half term
Friday - no school!
The children are loving the toys that we were able to get thanks to the generous donation from Castlepoint and Steve and his team at WHSmith. This is only a small selection of what we were able to get - the children are eagerly anticipating the next wet playtime!
Did you know that we are now on instagram too? Heathlandsnews
(We're also on Twitter as Heathlandsnews too)
Have your children started thinking about where they will be caught reading for our eXtreme reading challenge?
Will they be under a table? On their bike? Behind a curtain? In the dog basket? Remember there are prizes for the most eXtreme places to be caught reading!
It's nearly Safer Internet Day again - this year on 7th February we will be joining people across the world to think about ‘Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online’.
The sponsored read ends tomorrow - how many reads can you do?
There will be a wide variety of prizes too!
West Howe Community Fridge is now open on Thursday and Friday mornings at the Henry Brown - just turn up and take what you need for free
Don't forget the book fair after school today and tomorrow - lots of books in the Usborne sale) - it's not too early to grab some bargains for Christmas!
Evry book that is bought in the Book Fair raises money for us to buy more books for school too.
Next Wednesday and Thursday after school there will be an opportunity to come and buy books at the Usborne Book Fair - not only do you get to buy lovely books but every book that is bought helps to raise money for the school to buy more books too.
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Sign in to your childcare account If you're a parent registered for Tax-Free Childcare or 30 hours childcare, sign in to pay into your account, reconfirm your eligibility, update your details
Do you have a Home Emergency Action Plan in case of emergencies at home? Here is a link to one that you can download for free. You can fill it in giving you all of your emergency numbers and contacts as well as instructions for collecting children from school, checklists and much much more all in one document that is in an easy to read fomat -
Happy New Year.
Enjoy the rsst of the holiday, school opens again for everyone on Wednesday.
A happy and peaceful Christmas to you all from everyone at Heathlands
I saw this on another page and thought it might help anyone who's struggling
‘Help with reducing energy costs
The Dorset and Wiltshire Fire service through a Safe and Well visit will provide a free electric heater you can keep and in the BCP area they also have a stock of electric blankets, microwaves, slow cookers and air fryers. You can request a Safe and Well visit if you telephone 0800 038 2323 or email: [email protected] In addition LEAP (Local Energy Advice Partnership) is a scheme for BCP residents that gives personal advice and free gadgets to help cut energy bills’
There is still time to get your name down to collect our beautiful 5' Christmas tree on Friday - the needles have not dropped at all whilst it has been in school.
As many of you will know in school we do daily Stormbreaks - short sessions to improve mental health. The people at Stormbreak have prepared a Winter Pathway, a series of 9 Stormbreaks that you can do at home focused on Hope and Optimism, including one brand new stormbreak
🌲🎁 Christmas Fayre 🎁🌲
We are delighted to confirm that the total amount raised from yesterday’s event was an amazing £1132.66!!!
Thank you so much to everyone who contributed - families, staff, governors and friends of Heathlands, plus all the businesses who donated prizes. We really appreciate your support 🥰
ALL of the funds will be used to support the children with enhanced resources, equipment and experiences.
We are looking forward to seeing lots of you at the Christmas Fayre on Monday!
For your information:
⭐️ Stalls, tombola, cakes, crafts and games will all be priced at 50p or £1 per go/item.
⭐️ Tea, coffee, hot chocolate and squash will be on sale with complimentary biscuits.
⭐️ Raffle tickets will be available at 50p per ticket, £2.50 per book - the prizes are fantastic.
⭐️Please bring change with you, we are unable to accept cards.
ALL money raised will be used to support the children of Heathlands with enhanced resources, equipment and experiences.
Thank you ⭐️🎅🏻🎄
Currently we have a 6' real Christmas tree in the entrance area at school (why not have a look whilst you are at the Christmas Fayre on Monday?) It will have no home to go to from the 16th December - if you would like our tree (free but undecorated) then drop us a line - we will put names in a hat and draw the tree winner out on 9th December (so you still have time to get a tree if you don't win).
You will need to collect the tree on the last day of term.
Here is just a taster of some of the things that will be available to buy at our Christmas Fayre on Monday
There is still time to buy your tickets! The raffle will be drawn at the Christmas Fayre at school on Monday 5th December at 4pm!
We are aware that some local childcare providers have announced they are closing. We are holding an open evening on Tuesday 6th December 4pm-5pm to see our Early Years base as we currently have a few places for 3 and 4 years olds. If you have any questions, please contact the school office.
More raffle prizes arrived today!
Don’t forget to purchase your tickets! Available from the shelter by the minibus every morning from 8.30am - 9am, or from the school office
🎄🎅🏻Don’t forget!!! 🎅🏻🎄
Raffle tickets are on sale from Monday!!
Available from the shelter located by the minibus, every morning from 8.30am till 9am. There will also be tickets available to purchase from the school office.
Priced at just 50p per ticket/£2.50 per book.
Here is a sneak peek at some of the prizes up for grabs!
On behalf of the PTFA - Thank you for all the donations we received today for our Christmas Fayre!
We are extremely grateful for your generosity and support.
All money raised at the Fayre will be used to support the children of Heathlands with enhanced resources, equipment and experiences.
Don't forget non-uniform day today in exchange for something for the Christmas Fayre
Don't forget that if you bring chocolates/ sweets/ pre-packed cakes (for our Christmas Fayre on 5th December) then you can wear your own clothes.
Tickets will be on sale from NEXT Monday (28th Nov), available from the shelter located by the mini-bus - every morning from 8.30-9am.
There will also be tickets available from the school office.
Priced at 50p per ticket/£2.50 per book.
The raffle will be drawn at the Christmas Fayre on Monday 5th December at 4pm.
There are lots of fantastic prizes to be won…..! More details to follow! 🎁
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