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What a year this has been!

I can’t believe that it’s July already and that the end of the school year is looming!


How wonderful to see so many happy children back in school keen to learn and to show their teachers what they have been learning at home!

The Rivers MAT are launching an exciting art competition! It’s entitled: Back to School.

We have an action packed Summer Holiday Club, bookings are now being taken!


I think we all had a tear in our eye and a smile on our face as we saw our Year 6 children come back to school on Monday.

Welcome back Reception and Year 1

What an exciting week this has been for our Rivers family! On Monday, schools across the trust welcomed back pre-school and nursery children.


On Monday, we will be welcoming back our nursery and pre-school children followed by our Reception and Year 1 children from 8th June and our Year 6 children from 15th June.


This week is ‘Mental Health Awareness Week’ and it couldn’t be more timely.

Moving forward

I’m sure that, like me, you were all listening to the prime minister’s speech on Sunday evening as he set out the government’s plans to ease the lockdown over the coming weeks and months.

During this time, when we can’t see our friends or hug our relatives, keeping in touch has never felt more important. Even that phrase sounds strange in these strange times when ‘touch’ is exactly what we can’t do any more.

We loved looking at all the fabulous creations for our virtual Easter bonnet parade, huge well done to everyone who took part!

Why not train to teach with us

Dear Parents and Carers of Heronswood,

Following the government’s announcement tonight that schools will be closed to the majority of pupils from this Friday afternoon, we are writing to reassure you that we are making arrangements to address this new situation.  

Prior to World Book Day our Early Years children and our KS1 children at Heronswood Primary School had a special visit from Natalie Pritchard a children’s author.

Booking are now being taken for the Easter holiday club!

Some furry friends called in for a fun afternoon with the Year One children at Heronswood Primary School earlier this week, to help support learning about animals and the environments they live in.

Wyre Forest District Council and Heronswood Primary School pupils have worked together to solve a very messy problem!

The October half-term holiday club is full of fun activities to keep your little one occupied and enjoying the spooky spirit!

WHP are offering some constructive new courses to parents during the Summer term.

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