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.
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.
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.
As Chair and Event Planning Manager on behalf of The Moore Avenue Park Community Group would like to thank you all for your input and support you all gave on making the Carols in the Community event on Monday evening (07th December 2015) such a successful event without you all this event would not have taken place.
A event planning manager cannot get a successful event if firstly he/she has no venue for the event so big thanks goes to Jill & Sue from Heathlands Primary Academy and also the Caretaker and other helper also the Heathlands Primary Choir the children was fantastic and got Christmas off to a flying start with their two pieces.
Secondly a very big thank you must go to the Rev Christine Brooks from St Philips Church for leading the event and for her Christmas message, also to Beryl Baxter for reading the prayers, to Hilary Edge for providing the music on the piano, to Annie Christopher and her family from Sugar & Spice for their two Christmas pieces and getting the schoolchildren involved again, to Martha our Estate Development Officer for arranging the hot soup and rolls and last but certainly by no means least to Sally Teixeira the Community Champion from Tesco in Kinson for donating the bread rolls to accompany the lovely hot soup.
I don't think I have missed anyone out, if so I deeply apologise and so a big thank you and finally to wish you all a Very Happy Christmas and a Very Prosperous New Year.
Jeff Coombs Chair & Event Planning Manager and everyone at Moore Avenue Park Community Group.