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It is very important to us that we keep our parents up to date with everything that is going on in schools.  We are constantly looking for ways to improve our communication further.  As part of these improvements we introduced home-school diaries to enable parents and teachers.

We are constantly developing and improving systems to ensure they offer your children the best possible experience at Heronswood.

Wearing school uniform plays a valuable role in helping our children to feel like they are part of the Heronswood family.  It also helps to instil a sense of pride, it supports positive behaviour and discipline, it ensures pupils from all races and backgrounds feel welcome, it protects children from social pressures to dress in a particular way, it nurtures cohesion and promotes good relations between different groups of pupils.

At Heronswood we value the importance of regular attendance at school and we strive to have the highest attendance possible.  High attendance (97% +) is essential to ensure uninterrupted progress and to enable children to fully develop their learning potential.

At Heronswood we recognise the importance of ensuring that there are good lines of communication between school and home and home and school.  We strive to ensure that our lines of communication are quick and effective; keeping everybody up to date with all the exciting things that are going on in school.

At Heronswood we believe in the importance of old fashioned values and good manners, where children say please and thank you and where they hold doors open for adults and each other.  We have very high expectations for behaviour; in the classrooms, during lessons, at playtimes, during assemblies and around the school. 

At Heronswood we try to help our children to make healthy food choices while they are at school.  To be a successful learner it is crucial to ensure the right balance of foods is eaten, providing enough energy to maintain concentration, whilst having the required balance of vitamins and minerals to develop a healthy body.  Learning at Heronswood requires energy to keep hearts beating, brains active, and muscles working.

At Heronswood we have a highly dedicated group of parents, who on a regular basis, give up their time to help out at special events for their children.  The events are designed to be lots of fun for the children but are also used as a way to raise additional funds for the school.

At Heronswood Primary we aim to offer a wide range of after school clubs for our children.  Every term new letters are sent home to children offering the latest clubs that are available over a 10 week period. 

School Term Dates – Heronswood Primary School – 2016/2017

Numbers Count at Heronswood Primary School

We are very fortunate at Heronswood that our school is situated on an extensive site where we already have areas which can be further developed to enhance the learning opportunities for all of our children.

What is Pupil Conferencing?

Pupil conferencing is embedded in a child-centred learning philosophy, where individuals identify barriers to their progress.

Heronswood Primary School and Pre-School

School Information Report for children with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities –

See Worcestershire’s Local Offer for the provision the LA expects to be available for children and young people in the are with SEN and/or disabilities - http://worcestershirelocaloffer.org.uk/

At Heronswood Primary School we provide many opportunities for our children to have a say in how their school is run because we believe their voice is fundamental in shaping Heronswood for the future. 

Please click on the letters below to download the ones you need

Please click on the letters below to download the ones you need

We are always looking for ways to maximise communication with our Parents and Carers to ensure you are fully informed and up to date with everything that is going on in school. All letters sent home from school will also be uploaded to this page so that they are accessible for everyone to browse through.

At Heronswood we take the safeguarding of all children very seriously.  If we feel a child is at risk of significant harm, it is our duty to act and to inform the relevant people.  This might be Social Care, the Police, the School Nurse, NSPCC, Early Help or other partner agencies. 

As a school we are always looking for ways to improve communication and to give our parents opportunities to have their voice heard, as we value their opinions and ideas. 

At Heronswood Primary School we offer wrap around childcare for children aged between 3 & 12 years in our main school building, in a designated room.  We offer breakfast club, afterschool club and holiday club throughout the year.  Our provision welcomes children from all around the Wyre Forest Area.