We are looking forward to Fridays returning to being our day to be extra sporty at Heavers Farm Primary. In this vein, we are having our trials for cross-country this Friday! We are hoping this year sees us return to attending the Croydon-wide competition at Lloyd Park, showing all of Croydon what we're made of.… Continue reading Cross Country trials – Friday 17th September
All Great Achievements Require Time. Think about Maya Angelou's words. Why do great achievements require time? Think about your thought for last week, think about what you want to achieve - will this require time?
A great opportunity to get anything you still need, or even a spare or two.
To help everyone get back into the swing of things we are holding a pre loved uniform sale tomorrow – Thursday 9th September 2021 between 2:45pm-3:45pm (Heavers Farm playground by the Y1 and Y2 classrooms)
We will have a range of Heavers Farm uniform for sale including school jumpers, tracksuits, p.e. T-shirts, and more.
We are selling each piece of clothing for just £1 per item…
…That’s right! Only £1 per item!
We will be accepting contactless card payments or cash but please have the exact money as there will be no change available.
All monies raised will go towards supporting the school.
As ever, thank you for your continued support and here’s to kicking off a great school year for us all!
Hello Everyone, New Parents and Magicbooking We hope that we have now resolved the issue with magicbooking for our new Nursery and Reception parents. Once your child has started school and is entered onto the school register, their details are uploaded overnight onto the magicbooking system when you should be able to see your child's… Continue reading Clubs Update
Welcome back to school everybody, since it's the first day back, our thought for the week is asking you to reflect on the year ahead and consider the below question. What would you like to achieve for yourself during this school year? It may be that you want to get better at running, writing or… Continue reading Thought for the Week: Monday, 6th September 2021