Monday 1st April
Romeo & Juliet KS2 Performance
Parents Forum Meetings - 8.45am and 5.30pm
Tuesday 2nd April
Netball Tournament 1pm-3pm @ Keele University Sports Centre
Wednesday 3rd April
STEM Morning "Learning with Lego" @ NULC - Year 3
Year 5 to visit Sir Thomas Boughey High for a Maths morning
Thursday 4th April
Maple Class Easter Bonnet Family Workshop @ 9am
STEM Morning "Learning with Lego" - Year 5 children
Birch Class Family Learning @ 1.30pm
Friday 5th April
STEM Morning "Learning with Lego" @ NULC - Year 4
PTFA Meeting 9am
Oak Class Family Learning @ 9.15am
Monday 8th April
Willow Class to Waste Farm.
Wednesday 10th April
PTFA Easter Raffle Draw
Willow Class Family Learning @ 1.30pm
Elm Class Family Learning @ 9.15am
Birch Class Assembly 9am, parents welcome!
Thursday 11th April
Easter Bonnet Parade to St John's Church
PTFA Easter Disco
Friday 12th April
Last day in School before the Easter holidays.
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Monday 29th April
Dear Parents and Carers,
Firstly, may I warmly welcome you to the ‘family’ of The Richard Heathcote Community Primary School. I am very proud to be the Headteacher of this fabulous school and we are very lucky to have a highly experienced, dedicated team of staff as well as a supportive governing body who care deeply, encouraging your children to achieve their very best. This is a happy, vibrant school with a wonderful energy to it. Every child deserves to be successful, and our role is to help them blossom and grow to believe that everything is possible.
We are a school which prides itself on providing an interesting, friendly, supportive learning environment which nurtures each individual child to reach their full potential by embracing our mission statement of ‘learning together’. We offer our children the opportunities to succeed academically, grow emotionally and physically, develop creatively and thrive socially in all they do. We are also extremely proud to be a Forest School offering regular opportunities to achieve and develop confidence and self-esteem through hands-on learning experiences in our own woodland setting.
High standards of attainment are demanded by the world we live in and the future world of our children, here at The Richard Heathcote Community Primary School we strive to achieve this in all that we do. We believe we provide the foundations for a love of learning, for enquiring minds, for confidence and independence, for creativity and kindness, in essence - learners for life and citizens for the future.
We all look forward to meeting you and your children. Team work is extremely important and home and school provide the base that supports your child in their early years. We hope that you will join us in successfully educating, nurturing and guiding our children in their learning journeys towards becoming the citizens of tomorrow.
Mrs Lisa Chell
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