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19 hours ago

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How wonderfully generous Heathlands students are! One student in Middle School 3 has brought in a huge selection of things for his class's Gambian gift bag - including another bag! Each class is making up a personal gift bag for a boy or girl in the Kadect school in the Gambia that staff will take over at half term. Don't forget to search through all your unused/unwanted things at home and bring them in to start filling up your bags. ... See MoreSee Less

How wonderfully generous Heathlands students are! One student in Middle School 3 has brought in a huge selection of things for his classs Gambian gift bag - including another bag! Each class is making up a personal gift bag for a boy or girl in the Kadect school in the Gambia that staff will take over at half term. Dont forget to search through all your unused/unwanted things at home and bring them in to start filling up your bags.

 

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What a lovely gesture! Does it apply to all the pupils in the whole school or just middle school? When is the deadline? Age group in Gambian school? Thanks

Stuart Dean

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19 hours ago

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Year 11 students were making paper bags in Humanities. They had to try and make as many as they could in 20 minutes to try and understand how hard it is for young people in India to make money for food and clothes. At the very slow rate they were working, they would not have enough money to survive, even if they worked for 10 hours without a break! We are very lucky to live in this country where children can go to school to learn, and still have time to relax and play. ... See MoreSee Less

Year 11 students were making paper bags in Humanities. They had to try and make as many as they could in 20 minutes to try and understand how hard it is for young people in India to make money for food and clothes. At the very slow rate they were working, they would not have enough money to survive, even if they worked for 10 hours without a break! We are very lucky to live in this country where children can go to school to learn, and still have time to relax and play.

23 hours ago

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STOP press: Congratulations to the Heathlands team who have won the National Deaf Primary Schools swimming championships today at the Olympic park aquatic centre. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Whoop! Whoop! 👏👏👏 well done 💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼

👏👏👏👏 well done

Fantastic 👏👏🙌🙌

Well done . A real achievement!

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23 hours ago

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Hedgehogs are waiting for the 'big freeze' so that the coloured water (and creepy crawlies!) in the many pots changes into ice. Let's see what tomorrow brings! ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

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Some of the children and parents enjoyed an ‘Evening with the Stars’ at Bayfordbury Observatory, Hertford on Thursday 17th January 2019 - Organised by the Friends of Heathlands.

They had a talk given by one of their astronomy students (which was relayed in BSL), ‘a tour of the sky’ at their planetarium and an opportunity to take a peek through their telescopes to see the moon. They saw it saw really close up, but the craters were still 100km wide!
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Some of the children and parents enjoyed an ‘Evening with the Stars’ at Bayfordbury Observatory, Hertford on Thursday 17th January 2019 - Organised by the Friends of Heathlands.
 
They had a talk given by one of their astronomy students (which was relayed in BSL), ‘a tour of the sky’ at their planetarium and an opportunity to take a peek through their telescopes to see the moon. They saw it saw really close up, but the craters were still 100km wide!Image attachment

 

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Great evening and very informative. ! Thank you for organising

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