An independent school and nursery in Danbury, Chelmsford, Essex for boys and girls aged 2-11

Heathcote Preparatory School & Nursery

Eves Corner, Danbury

Essex CM3 4QB

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Heathcote Preparatory School & Nursery

Eves Corner, Danbury

Essex CM3 4QB

07:20 - 19:00

Monday to Friday

01245 223131

enquiries@heathcoteschool.co.uk

Author: matt ablott

Mrs Forgeron What a lot of fun we had today! Rather a belated World Book day celebration which was postponed due to the snow but a very good time was had by all…
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Today to support Children in Need we all dressed up in a whole variety of spotty outfits to raise money for this worthwhile cause. The children worked hard at break time icing cakes and adding their coins to Pudsey’s spots as well as posing in the spotty photo booth! Well done to everyone in Robins who worked hard to make this […]
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Mrs Forgeron This week we have been delighted to welcome so many of you to the Parent Consultation evenings. It has been lovely to explore with you how well your children are doing and to discuss their progress and achievements. As always such occasions make me very proud to be Headmistress at Heathcote. Last week I was fortunate to attend […]
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Year 6 Remembrance Sunday, which fell on 12 November this year, is a day for the nation to remember and honour those who have sacrificed themselves to secure and protect our freedom. At Heathcote School, we paid tribute to those who have suffered or died in previous wars in a whole school gathering in the large playground. Mrs Barber played the […]
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Lilia, Year 6 I was so excited and thrilled to be going to the Royal Albert Hall in London, because I have heard such amazing and tremendous things about it. Forms 4, 5 and 6 were going to attend and sing at the Barnardos Young Supporters Concert on the 1st November, 2017 along with other children from different schools. It […]
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Mrs Forgeron “Curiouser and Curiouser” wrote Lewis Carroll in Alice in Wonderland. This month’s theme of curiosity can certainly give us more creative food for thought. Curiosity allows us to challenge ourselves and question our world. By digging a little deeper and feeding our minds,being curious helps us discover new passions in ourselves and new delights in others. Curiosity is […]
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Congratulations to Year3 on winning the school vote for our Mascot!
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James, Year 6 In House Assembly we were asked to make a poster for our school charity ‘The Alzheimer’s Society.’ I started drawing a tree but I didn’t get it finished in the session. First of all I had thought about just putting words to do with Alzheimer’s on my tree. Then in my free time I kept adding to […]
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Mrs Forgeron … for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” (Galatians 6:9) Some people might say that holding a Harvest Festival service is an outdated thing for us to do, particularly in this modern world when we don’t really think too much about where our food comes from and just go to the […]
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… but one of the necessities of life! Our new KS2 library is now open … Enjoy!
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