Yes, continuity of learning is very important, but that is only going to be productive if children have a healthy balance of work, rest and recreation.
We have now reached the four-week point of online learning. You will, no doubt, have heard that schools will not reopen immediately after half term, so we are set to continue teaching and learning remotely for a little longer yet. We are continuing to deliver a full day each day with a mixture of live
Children at a local independent school in Wolverley are introduced to music from a very young age. Heathfield Knoll School and Nursery are exposed to music on a daily basis and involved in weekly focused musical activities. The children are given the opportunity to explore an array of instruments such as ukulele, recorder, violin and
Since their training, the ambassadors at HKS have created displays, held assemblies and have been great playground scouts looking out for and intercepting anything that could be perceived as bullying. They have also created a child-friendly anti-bullying policy and this is displayed throughout the school. “We continue to support the Diana Award and will continue
“We want to see a time when… Dyslexia is not a barrier to learning,” Driver Youth Trust for literacy Quality First Teaching at HKS means that each individual’s needs are accommodated, including pupils with a diagnosis of dyslexia or dyslexic traits. Children with dyslexia can find school a real struggle if they are not
The battle of the Somme Have you ever heard? The crash of bombs. Have you ever heard? The chaotic sound of gunfire. Have you ever heard? Lucid screams of friends dying. Have you? Well I have. I have felt the bitter cold hand of death, Creep up on my back and try to pull
DIY COLOURFUL EDIBLE SANDBOX (1-3 years old) This activity will allow your little ones to have fun indoors and have an interesting sensory play. Children have always been intrigued by sand play. They dig in the sand, sift it, build with it, pour it, enjoy the feel and smell of it, pretend with it,