Some of our children joined other schools and communities to observe a one minute silence on the seventh day anniversary of WestMinister bridge attack.
Since one member of our staff has visited a very under-privileged school in Zimbabwe in 2014, Heath Mount School has supported the school with donations of discarded reading books. This school offers free or subsidised schooling to over 400 pupils, many of whom are orphaned. The primary school is on a farm where pupils get both an academic and farming skills-based education ready to equip them for their future.
Pupils at Heath Mount have supported this global link by donating books and writing letters. Their contributions have been greatly appreciated by the staff from the Ameva school. We are pleased because Mr and Mrs Valentine from Ameva Farm School, Chegutu, Zimbabwe came to visit our school on the 7th of March. We would raised money and madea cash donation to their very worthy cause.
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At Heath Mount Primary we host ESOL classes run by Joseph Chamberlain College. The course is lead by a qualified ESOL teacher Ms Jasmine Islam.
ESOL (English for speakers of Other Languages) classes are for people who do not have English as their first language. These courses will help you improve your English, the courses are free of charge and it can help you get more out of life in the UK.
The ESOL classes start at 9:15-11:45 Monday to Wednesday every week.
At heath Mount, we host the CATs play scheme over the Easter Holidays. To find out more about the charity organisation watch this please watch this video CATs in Action
We at Heath Mount have decided to support our local community by collecting food donations for the local Foodbank. The foodbank is a charity that helps to provide emergency food parcels to local people in need. We would be grateful for any donations you can give.
A trolley will be left outside school for you to donate your items. We will be collecting every two weeks.
If you would like to donate any food could you please bring it in on a
Wednesday morning and put it in the trolley outside the lower hall.
We will be holding a Parents drop in clinic every month at your child’s school. To attend please ask your school when the school nurse will be in, so you can have a chat with us about your queries.