Scotland Road Partial Closure
Wednesday 7th October – Due to a further confirmed case amongst the staff in the Early Years Unit we must extend the period of self-isolation for the pupils in Seahorses and Dolphins until Saturday 17th October. This therefore means that the children in these classes cannot return to school until after the half term holiday. This applies to children at Scotland Road only.
Monday 5th October – Due to one positive case of Covid-19 in our Early Years Unit, all children in Seahorses and Dolphins classes are required to self isolate until Thursday 15th October. This applies to children at Scotland Road only.
Saturday 3rd October – Due to one positive case of Covid-19 in our Year 3 & 4 bubble and another in our Year 5 & 6 bubble, children in these phases are required to self-isolate until Thursday 15th October. This applies to children at Scotland Road only.
Welcome to the official Heathfield Primary and Nursery School website.
We are so pleased to be back and to see all of our children settle back into school so quickly. The first few days have seen a number of changes for everyone but we are now settling into our new ‘norm’.
About our School
We are an expanding Local Authority maintained school with two campuses. Our original school is on Scotland Road in Basford and accommodates up to 280 pupils plus a nursery. Our second campus is on Highbury Vale (approx. a mile apart). The Kersall Drive Campus opened in October 2015 and will, by September 2021, accommodate an additional 420 pupils plus a nursery.
We hope you find the information provided both enjoyable and informative and a reflection of the many aspects of this popular school.
Achievement and enjoyment are important goals that we are determined to provide for all of our pupils in a warm and friendly atmosphere. We pride ourselves in providing a secure, yet stimulating, and challenging learning environment. We want our pupils to develop their strengths whilst having the confidence to address targets and areas identified for improvement.
We welcome participation by parents and carers in all aspects of school life, and we look forward to working in partnership with you. No-one knows your child better than you and for this reason we very much value your co-operation to ensure the best possible outcomes for your child. If you would like paper copies of any of our policies, these are free of charge. Please contact the school office for such requests.
Gary Fullwood – Executive Headteacher
Values and Ethos:
The principle aim of the school is for all children to enjoy school and achieve the highest possible attainment in an ethos of learning, harmony, mutual support and respect.
Heathfield has a long track record of high–quality engaging education for children in Basford and Bulwell through memorable first hand experiences.
Our curriculum stems from understanding our children’s needs and contexts, their knowledge and skills. It is guided by the Heathfield Pledge.
Everybody will reach their full potential in a climate of high standards.
- Each child will enjoy their learning journey and develop self-confidence.
- To provide all children with a wide range of opportunities and activities outside of their usual life experiences.
- To develop within our children resilience, independence and autonomy with a sensitivity to others.
- Everybody understands the importance of inclusivity, diversity and equal opportunity.
- To attend a school that is an important part of the community we serve.
- To know ourselves and help others to know us.
We use a Child friendly pledge throughout school to ensure that our pledge has relevance to our children.
In addition, we follow the Heathfield Pledge in Practice. This shows our commitment to our pupils in each of their year groups as they progress through Heathfield on their learning journey.
Click on the icon below to join our Heathfield Primary and Nursery Facebook Group. Please note that this is a ‘closed group’ and access is restricted to parents and carers of current pupils.
Class teachers are also available to receive emails from parents on the class email addresses (classname@heathfield.Nottingham.sch.uk). If you have not done so yet, we recommend you get in touch for advice or suggestions of how to help your child at home.