Heptonstall Junior Infant And Nursery School News
The latest news stories from Heptonstall Junior Infant And Nursery School.
- Author Visit to School
On Tuesday 10th March the author Hilary Robinson visited school. Hilary talked to the children about all her books – especially “Where The Poppies Used To Grow”. You can see lots of photographs on the Special Events page.
- Class 4 Tree Planting
On Wednesday 4th March, Class 4 went to Windy Harbour Farm to plant some trees. This event was arranged by “Treesponsibility” who have been responsible for planting many new saplings in the local area. You can see the photographs on Class 4's page.
- RED NOSE DAY
Friday, 13th March. The theme this year is 'Make your face funny for money'. Paint your face and make your hair funny for a donation. £1 admission to assembly.
- Whole School Photograph
On Wednesday 25th February the Courier will be taking a whole school photograph. Children whose parents have opted out of photographs will of course not take part.
- Class 2 Trip to St Thomas' Church
On Friday 6th February 2015, Class Two children visited St Thomas’ Church, Heptonstall to round off this half terms topic about “Churches and Mosques”. You can view the photos on the School Trips page of News and Events.
- Cool School Catch Up
The very latest edition of the children's own newspaper can be downloaded on the Newsletter page of News and Events.
- Class 2 Trip to Ghausia Mosque
You can view photographs from the trip on the School Trips page under News and Events.
- Out of This World
The penultimate week before Christmas saw our children in Classes One and Two give three fantastic performances (two to parents, one to the Juniors) of their Nativity “Christmas With The Aliens”. Lots of photos on the Special Events page.
- Children in Need
Well done everyone for another brilliant fundraising effort. The sale of headbands/ wristbands combined with donations on the day raised a total of £348.50 for the BBC Children in Need appeal. Lots of photos on the Special Events page.
- Share Your Views of Our School
Parents and carers can give their views of our school at any time of the school year and at the time of a school inspection using an online questionnaire called Parent View. You can find more information and a link to the site on our Parents pages.