Bernard Hall, Cuddington
Youth & Community Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 2nd June 2014 3:00pm
On Thursday, 5th June, Head Teachers & Governors from each of the three schools in the village — Haddenham Community Infant School, Haddenham St. Mary's CE School and Haddenham Community Junior School — will be joining the Haddenham Rollers for their monthly skate at 4:30-6pm in the Village Hall.
Head Teachers & Parish Council representatives would like to present and talk to parents and carers about the growing need for school places in Haddenham and the almost inevitable need for more school places in the future to match the growth of the village.
Details of the Village Plan will be on display and there will be cards there for parents and their children to leave comments and ideas on.
We would encourage as many parents and carers to attend. This will be an important opportunity for this important sub-group of the local community to have their say about our schools, their size, their character and their future and the education of future generations in Haddenham.
Please come along. Skating is not compulsary!
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