For parents and children aged 3 months to 5 years.
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Following the latest government guidelines, we have decided to reschedule the Early Year’s Open Event due to take place on Saturday 26th June. Due to the number of people attending and the interactive nature of the event, we feel it appropriate and sensible to delay this event until 25th September.
We believe children learn, play and interact when their happiness is placed at the foremost of all that we do. Fostering happiness involves embracing all aspects of a child’s development, listening to their concerns and responding to needs as appropriate. Join us on 26th June to find out more.
During your visit, you will have the opportunity to meet the staff who will be on hand to ask any questions you may have and experience a range of fun activities.
"At Heathfield Knoll Nursery we cater for children from the age of 3 months up to 3 years and have designed our setting to meet the needs of babies and young children. Our children thrive in a warm and friendly atmosphere and parents can be confident in the knowledge that their children are in a safe and caring environment." Mrs Cheryl Jaunzems, Nursery Manager.
"Heathfield Knoll is a wonderful place for children starting their education and provides a seamless transition through to school. Nestled within the Worcestershire countryside children have access to different learning environments and specialist facilities to meet their needs at each age." Mrs Celia Swain, Head of Early Years
"We adopt a creative, yet personalised, approach to education allowing each individual to flourish across the curriculum and excel in the areas they are most passionate about." Mrs Hannah Griffiths, Assistant Headteacher & Head of Reception to Year 6
The BBC has reported on the impact that lockdown has had on young children. The report says “Data from 50,000 pupils and a survey of schools across England have shown an increased number of four and five-year-olds needing help with language...
Pupils from Reception to Year 11 have been enjoying their first week in the new Sebright building. Year 4 had their first food lesson in the space and a pupil said “I love it in here. I love how the counter is small enough so I can reach everything. I can’t reach in my kitchen at home."
James Osborne a former pupil of Heathfield Knoll School brought in an Easter surprise for Nursery, Preschool and Reception pupils. James is a local farmer who farms ground in Wolverley, Kinver and Enville. James and his family have a small flock of Badger Face Welsh Mountain Sheep which is a native breed...