Heyhouses Lockdown Memories|
SCHOOL OPENING IN SEPTEMBER|
We are delighted that we will be re-opening fully in September.
The letter below details our first response to the Government's guidance on the safe re-opening of schools.
Reception 2020 New Starters|
Mrs Livesey and the Reception Team have made a wonderful film to help our new starters know a little more about Heyhouses and the 'Fun Times to Come.'
Learning From Home|
Please see the tab on the left or click below to access the Learning from Home page
Classes for 2020-2021|
The classes for the academic year 2020-2021 are attached below.
We are hoping to mark the time our Year 6 children have spent at Heyhouses with several special things, unique to 2020.
Thank you to those children who have sent in their memories of their days at school. For those who have not yet sent them into school, please hurry up, we need them by Friday!
This is the letter we sent out a few weeks ago. Take a look and send us your memories!
Moving from Year 2 to Year 3|
We hope this information helps your Year 2 child get ready to move to the junior section of school.
Photos have all been taken recently, so classroom layout reflects social distancing measures which we understand we will not have to follow in September.
We hope they enjoy completing the Booklet for their new teacher.
Please find attached a letter from all the Primary Headteachers in Lytham and St Annes.
Mrs Hodgson has decided to keep in touch by letter with all our Heyhouses children.
After seven days letters will be placed in the News and Dates Tab to the Left.
This section will be updated each Sunday until normal Sunday School can begin again.
Sunday 12th July|
The readings for today remind us of how much God loves us and that nothing can separate us from His love.
The readings also tell us about the Kingdom of Heaven and how special it is; it is something which grows from small beginnings and becomes the most important thing to us.
Sunday 5th July, 2020|
The readings for today are joyful, they find patterns in God’s world to show the love God has for His Creation. They reflect upon growth in the world, on plants and crops, the abundance with which we are blessed. The readings also speak of spiritual growth and the need for us all to try our best; to listen to the Word of God and in our hearts to find the love and strength to follow Him faithfully.
You will go out in joy and be led forth in peace.
Sunday June 28th, 2020|
Today's reading give us Hope.
The Old Testament Psalm proclaims that God will lift up all who fall and that He is ‘rich in love.’
The New Testament reading Jesus offers ‘rest’ to those who are weary. In resting we can grow strong again, be refreshed and renewed.
The other New Testament readings speak of Jesus being a light in our dark world.
Light guides and stops us from falling.