US5 went to the local Tesco Express to investigate the price of products with the Fairtrade Logo. They have been learning about how buying these things help farmers to improve their lives. ... See MoreSee Less
Mouse Trap Theatre are holding a workshop at the hilarious comedy The Play That Goes Wrong for deaf children and their families on Saturday 14th July.
The day includes a family-friendly Drama workshop in the morning, followed by an on-stage tour and chance to meet the actors and explore the set, props and costumes. In the afternoon there is a BSL-interpreted matinee – all for £10 per young person and £12.50 per adult.
We are pleased to announce that Heathlands have been short listed as finalists in 5 categories of the Hertfordshire School Awards this year. - Pupil of the year. - Unsung Hero: Neal Jordan-Caws (Friends of Heathlands) - Innovation/ Project of the Year: Heathlands Harmony Choir. - School of the Year (Primary) - School of the Year (Secondary) We were also proud that an ex Heathlands' Pupil is a finalist for the Sporting Achiever of the Year award. The award ceremony will be later this month. ... See MoreSee Less
US6 taught a Sign Language taster session to members of the Rotary club in St Albans in readiness for a trip the rotary members will be attending with some of our pupils. US6 delivered short sessions on greetings, numbers, the alphabet and animals. All the adult students tried their best and our students were very patient. ... See MoreSee Less
Today, students from upper school were treated to a presentation from ex-student and current governor Richard Weinbaum. We learnt all about his long career in designing aircrafts but also about the different routes to success. Richard completed an apprenticeship rather than going to University and it's opened our eyes to a different way of learning and working at the same time, and probably most importantly earning while you learn! ... See MoreSee Less