By Haddenham Webteam - 10th October 2018 8:00am
The three schools in Haddenham are each offering Open Events to prospective parents in the next few weeks.
Here are the details:
Haddenham Community Junior School
HCJS is hosting two Open Events on Tuesday 16th October.
Visits are invited to see the school in action from 9.30am until 11.00am — a chance to see how the school operates and have a look around with some of the school's Year 6 tour guides. This will be followed by an Open Evening from 6.00pm until 8.00pm when Head Teacher Andy Leach will give a talk at 6pm (repeated at 7pm) in the School Hall, followed by a chance to ask any questions. Prospective parents are invited to bring their children for a look round and take part in the activities the school is showcasing. For more information Telephone 01844 291829 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Haddenham Community Infant School
HCIS is opening its doors to visitors on Monday 29th October and Thursday 1st November
Head teacher Lucy McNeil will provide a welcome greeting at 9.30am on both days, and then prospective parents and guests will have the opportunity to tour the building and outdoor learning facilities and see the school in action until 11.00am. For more information Telephone 01844 291207 or Email: email@example.com
Haddenham St Mary's CE School
HStM CE School is hosting two Open Mornings for prospective parents and other interested parties on Wednesday 31st October and Wednesday 21st November, from 9:30am until 11:30am.
There will be a welcome talk by the Headteacher, Mrs Karen Collett at 9:30am followed by tours of the school. Everyone welcome — no appointment necessary. Pedestrian access is via St Mary's Churchyard. For more information Telephone 01844 291455 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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