Mr Julian Smith, a finalist on Britain’s Got Talent 2009, attended a virtual music class to help pupils explore the theme of ‘instrument families’
During a virtual music lesson, Mrs Hayward was joined by a special guest for her Year 5, 6, 7 and 8 lessons. Mr Julian Smith, a finalist on Britain’s Got Talent 2009, attended the virtual class to help pupils explore the theme of ‘instrument families’ by introducing them to the saxophone family of instruments. Pupils
James Osborne a former pupil of Heathfield Knoll School brought in an Easter surprise for Nursery, Preschool and Reception pupils. James is a local farmer who farms ground in Wolverley, Kinver and Enville. James and his family have a small flock of Badger Face Welsh Mountain Sheep which is a native breed. James keeps the
Supporting charities is something that we always like to do, but this year we know that more people, both in the UK and in other countries around the world, need the support of others. Comic Relief is working hard around the world, supporting with housing needs, coronavirus projects, mental health work and many other issues.
We are thrilled to announce we have been awarded the internationally recognised Eco-Schools Green Flag award for excellence in environmental action and learning. Our three topics of Global Citizenship, Waste and Water were chosen by our Eco Committee and Eco Club members in September. Combining cross curricular links with Enterprise, Mathematics, Science, Languages, STEAM, English
Year 4 pupil at Heathfield Knoll School, an independent school in Kidderminster, has set himself a mammoth challenge to raise money for a hospice that looked after his Grandma when she was ill and also in memory of his Grandad. He is completing the “North Coast 500” which is a 500-mile cycle route around the
Home learning has been a challenge for everyone. We have all dealt with headaches and sore eyes from staring at our screens all day, not to mention how much we miss our friends. For us, we really miss the school environment and are craving some sense of normality. Fortunately, this isn’t the first encounter we’ve