School re-opens on 04.09.2019

Dear Parents, a reminder the School will re-open for Pupils on Wednesday 04.09.2019 at the usual time. 

Thank you for your continued support.


Online Safety Update: Issue 26


Our latest Prince Albert Community Trust Online Safety Update newsletter is out now!

Produced on a half termly basis to keep you up-to-date with Online Safety news, new ICT initiatives and ways in which you can help to keep your family safe both online and when using emerging technology.

We hope you enjoy reading 'Issue 26: July and Summer 2019' online now.

In this issue we look at our top tips for staying safe online this summer.  Read them now to make this summer a safe one for you and your children online.  Also in this issue, find out how you can access our FREE parent/carer resources and courses (via National Online Safety).

If you have a concern regarding your child's use of the internet at home or in school, you can speak to one of our Online Safety Leads for support and advice.

Mrs Amir-Baz Leaving

Dear Parents/Carers,

I hope you are in the best of health and always remain to be so.

Sadly, I am writing to inform you that my journey at Heathfield Primary School has come to an end.

No words convey how proud I am to be able to say that I was the Head, a family member of Heathfield Primary School. It has been an honour to have served the children, parents, community and staff of such an amazing school; you will all remain truly dear to me forever.

Knowing that I am leaving you in the capable hands of Mrs Atherton, who has been appointed as Head of School, makes my heart feel content. I know she will give everything she has to ensure the children and community of Heathfield Primary School get nothing but the best.

My journey in education continues but in a different part of the world.

I have been given an amazing opportunity to work abroad - I will be moving to Dubai and working as the Director of Excellence and Compliance for an organisation called BEAM

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your ongoing support and commitment. I know you will continue this for Mrs Atherton too.

I will be in school on the last few days of the term to say my goodbyes.

Stay safe and well, enjoy the summer break.

Warmest wishes,

Mrs Amir-Baz.

Summer Fayre

To The Heathfield School Community,

We are currently preparing for our Summer Fayre which will be held on Friday 5th July 2019 from 12pm to 2pm. This means that school will close for all children(excluding Friday Club Children) at 12pm on Friday 5thJuly. If your child usually has a free school meal, we will be providing them with a packed lunch. If you pay for school dinners, and would prefer your child notto have a packed lunch, please fill in the slip provided at the bottom of the printed letter. If this slip is not returned, a packed lunch will be provided and charged for in the usual way. 

The Fayre’s aim is to raise funds for the school to help buy resources and further enhance our pupils’ learning experiences.

We would love for as many members of the community as possible to be involved. 

Rent a Stall

The cost to rent a stall is £15.Please arrive between 11am and 11:30am to set up your stall. 

If you are interested in renting a stall any potential stall must let the Office know by June 28th.

To rent a stall you would have to provide a copy of your Public Liability Insurance document and if you are serving food you would have to provide a copy of your Certificate of Food Safety (unless it is pre-packaged food).

Non-Uniform Day on Monday 24thJune

If your child would like to wear non-uniform on this date, then we are asking for a small donation of a ‘bottle of something’. The bottles will then be used as prizes in our tombola. 

Your bottle donation could be filled with: bubble bath, washing up liquid, drinks or filled with goods such as hair bobbles. Please feel free to decorate your bottle if you wish. 

If you are unable to find a bottle, a donation of an unused item would also be appreciated.

Donating Goods

If you own a business – and would like some free advertising – please feel free to donate an unused item or pre-packaged food for prizes to at least the value of £20. 

If your child has outgrown any toys or books (that are still in excellent condition) please send them in via your child’s class teacher for our Bric – a - Brac stall.


If you would like to help on the day with setting up, tidying up or with events as the fayre is taking place, please let the Office know by June 28th.

Any other questions or queries?

Please contact Miss Irving or Ms McInerney