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We pride ourselves at Heathfield House School on having a good relationship and clear lines of communication with parents.

Heathfield House School values its parents highly. Parents are encouraged to be supportive of and participate in the variety of school activities. Our School calendar is available to our current parents on Itslearning, which ensures parents are well informed of future events. This virtual learning environment allows teachers to share news, photographs and learning resources with parents and children. The school also uses Parentmail to share important information, such as upcoming trips. Twitter is used to involve and engage parents with their child’s school day.

There are three Parents’ Evenings and two written reports every academic year. Staff are also available at mutually convenient times throughout the year to discuss any matters with parents. A school newsletter is issued annually which shares the pupils' successes and achievements throughout thes year.

We believe it is very important for parents to share in their child’s achievements. Therefore, parents are invited into their child’s classroom termly to see their child’s learning environment and display work. There are also class assemblies, an annual Christmas Concert, Christmas Production and a Summer Production.



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  • October 15, 2021 Have a lovely half term everyone!
  • October 15, 2021 Well done to Darwin who were the House Point winners on the Early Years Site this term! 🎉 Read more
  • October 15, 2021 The Year 1 children finished their 'Toys' topic for the term by making their own thaumatropes today; popular optical toys from the 19th Century. A great end to a fantastic topic! 🧩🪀 Read more
  • October 15, 2021 A big congratulations to Potter who were our Main Site House Point winners for this half term. 😀 Read more
  • October 14, 2021 Year 5 pupils have made some amazing dragon eyes out of clay. Take a look! Read more
  • October 13, 2021 Pupils who attended senior French club today are enjoying recognising vocabulary whilst watching Snow White in French. Read more