Safeguarding Notice

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.

If you have any concerns regarding the safeguarding of any of our pupils please contact one of our Designated safeguarding leads Mrs Naomi Shrimpton, Mr Ben Paulley, Miss Carla Pilgrim, Mr Steve Pill, Mrs Jill Turner

Our Child Protection and Safeguarding policies can be found here:
Trust > Policies, Accounts & Formal Documents > Policies

Heathlands Primary Academy

Part of the Ocean Learning Trust

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Our Community Partners

We are working with our Community partners to organise courses and information sessions to help and support our parents and families, for example, with literacy and numeracy.  We will promote these courses and sessions on the Parents page of our website (link below) and on our Facebook page. Some of the courses will be hosted at Heathlands Primary making access for our parents very easy.


If you are an organisation and would like to partner with us, please do get in touch.


The Rotary


Over the years Bournemouth Rotary Club and North Bournemouth Rotary Club have supported Heathlands by funding a number of activities and purchases.  For example, Bournemouth Rotary Club contributed to PCs for an ICT Suite and more books for the library, and North Bournemouth Rotary have funded the Wessex Life Education Bus and playground equipment. 


Here is Malcolm Jeffries and his wife, Jenny, from the North Bournemouth Rotary Club presenting a cheque to Jill Turner to help pay for the Wessex Life Education Bus to visit the school. 


Below are photographs from our Young Carer's recent trip to the Oceanarium.  Malcolm and Jenny came along to join in the fun and very kindly bought everyone an ice cream or lolly to round off a wonderful experience for our children.

Click here to find out what’s on every week at West Howe Library

February half term events at the library include Craft and Story activities on Tuesday afternoon and the nature walk with Heathwatch over Turbary Common is on Wednesday lunchtime.

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