We are delighted to announce that one of our pupils, Eesa Manning, has recently published her own book. It is available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle editions. We are buying copies of the book for every classroom, so that everyone has a chance to read it for themselves. It is great to see… Continue reading A Heavers Farm Author!
This week, we would like you to consider the below quote from Mary Seacole. Who was she? Why is she an important figure in Britain? What do Mary Seacole’s words mean? What does it mean to tell your story “in your own way”?
Dear Families, Unfortunately, we have had quite a number of positive Covid-19 cases reported to us at school, these are now from children in every year group. I have spoken to the London Coronavirus Response Cell and they have asked us to move the whole school onto 'amber' measures for the next two weeks in… Continue reading Updated Covid-19 Measures
We are continuing thinking about our whole-school themes for this term, Black History and Disability Awareness. Please think about the below quote and how it makes you feel. What do these words mean? How can we put these words into practice?
As you already know, this term we have looked at Black History and Disability Awareness as our whole school themes. As we are getting closer to the end of term, we would like you to think about different aspects of Black History and Disability Awareness. This week, we would like you to consider the below… Continue reading Thought For The Week: w/c Monday, 22nd November 2021