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

Yearly Archives: 2018

Mrs Forgeron So have you started your Christmas shopping yet? When I espied our Christmas tree all beautifully lit up in the front playground this morning, I felt that little tingle of Christmas excitement. I know, by now, many of you will know exactly how many sleeps it is until Christmas morning, you may have wrapped every present and perhaps […]
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Mrs Forgeron The new academic year has got off to a flying start and all the children have settled back in splendidly to their work and routines.  As I mentioned in my letter at the start of term, we extend a warm welcome to all our new families and hope the children are settling in well now. Throughout the summer, […]
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Mrs Forgeron Do you trust me? Do you trust my staff? Do you trust your children? Your neighbours? Your friends? I hope you do. But for what reason? For example, if you were to trust me to fix your car, your trust would be misplaced because I have no idea what happens under the bonnet of a car at all! Making […]
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Amelia and Maisie, Year 5 On the 27th of April, we had a fabulous day coming our way! Lucy from the Essex Wildlife trust came in to help us with our knowledge of wildlife so we could enjoy our jam-packed day even more. Year 5 and 6 started the day of with making a mini pond and wormery for the […]
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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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Mrs Forgeron Before there was writing, before there was prose and certainly an age before there were such things as “texts”, “tweets” and “status updates,” there was poetry. Last week I felt very privileged to hear our pupils in years 3-6 perform their Burns’ inspired poetry.  They had very little time to draft, craft and rehearse their work but the […]
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