News & Events
The Bee Musical!
09th July 2018
Lower School performed The Bee Musical by Niki Davies & Emma Davies for their end of term performance on Monday 9th July.
Every busy bee in Mr Waxworth’s hive is eager to do their part – except for one. Poor Grumble Bee! She just wants to do something special with her life and doesn’t see the point of finding nectar and collecting pollen all day long. After all, what’s important about that?
But, when world bee colonies start collapsing and a shortage of plants means they are unable to pollinate all sorts of food types or even feed themselves, Mr Waxworth and the bees put on their thinking caps to do something about it. The bees’ most exciting play of the year ‘The Bee’s Knees’, helps Grumble Bee to realize just how vital the work of the bee is and convinces everyone else to do their part to save the bees.
Parents were handed their own flower seeds at the end of the performance, in hope that they too will realise how important bees are. Lower School hope they have encouraged everyone to help save the bees.
A huge well done to Lower School pupils and staff for all their hard work. And a big thank you to the HKS parents for watching and supporting the children. Every pupil is a pupil to be proud of here at HKS.
Founder's Day Celebrations
03rd July 2018
On Friday 29th June Staff and former HKS staff enjoyed a celebration of history and heritage. All pupils and teaching staff attended a church ceremony to honour the history of HKS, followed by a staff only evening of celebration. We are very lucky to have members of staff that have worked both at Heathfield and the Knoll schools for over 15 years, with the longest serving member of staff working at HKS for 27 years. The evening event praised theses members of staff and their long service with a gift of thanks presented by Mr Doug Jackson, head of HKS Trust. Thank you to everyone for their hard work to make the day and evening a success. We truly to have pupils and staff to be proud of here at HKS.
HKS Summer Fayre Saturday 30th June
25th June 2018
We are really excited about our upcoming Summer Fayre! It will be boasting a wide range of fun activities will be held at Heathfield Knoll School on Saturday, June 30th.
The event will start at noon and will see children and adults enjoy a range of footballing activities to celebrate the World Cup including face painting, a bouncy castle, crafts, games, plenty of food and lots of football fun. There is even a staff vs parents football match!
There will also be a tombola and a raffle with an incredible amount of prizes up for grabs, including a family ticket for the West Midlands Safari Park, a Tissot watch from T H Baker, ThinkTank tickets, a Royal Spice voucher and prizes from Starbucks, Kidderminster Harriers and West Bromwich Albion FC amongst others.
Headmaster, Mr Collins said: “Our parents' association does a superb job in putting this event together and it's great to see our school family coming together, having a good time and raising money. This year is the first year that we are opening our doors to the general public; we are really looking forward to welcoming people from across the Wyre Forest and testing their football skills!”
We look forward to welcoming you all, it is sure to be an event not to miss.
Future West End Stars!
06th June 2018
We love hearing about our pupils achievements both in and out of School, we are always in awe of their commitment and determination. Three HKS Upper School pupils proved their made of the right stuff when they took part in a Stagecoach "Regional Showcase", at The Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. The Kidderminster Area Group performed an excerpt from a new American Stage Show, called "Dear Evan Hansen", and we know this is only the beginning for these three future West End stars. Pupils to be proud of here at HKS.
The Pre-School Street Party!
23rd May 2018
HKS Pre-School celebrated the Royal Wedding with a street party! Children started the party by all singing the national anthem, and they knew it word for word. They enjoyed a high tea of cucumber sandwiches and cheese scones, all eaten on red, white and blue themed tableware. There was a delicious fruit wedding cake and even an arts and crafts cake too! Well done to Pre-School for getting involved and finding their own way to congratulate the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.