At Haveley Hey, we take pride in our relationships with parents. We want to share your children's learning with you and get you involved in school life. We are always looking for new, enthusiastic members to join our PTA and get involved in school life. If you are interested in joining, please see Mrs Okorie, Mrs Young or Mrs Kirkham in school.
We successfully achieved the Leading Parent Partnership Award in recognition of our commitment to working with Parents as Partners. in their child's learning journey.
WCHG’s Wythenshawe Foodbank have set up a new discount food membership partnership scheme called ‘The Bread and Butter Thing’.
It's an offer of heavily discounted surplus food from supermarkets etc. (good food that would otherwise go to landfill), for people who can afford to pay for a weekly order (£7 = 3 full shopping bags). There's no choice of items, but in return people get a lot for their money.
WCHG hopes it will be an offer that provides a step-up from the emergency and free community food we offer through Wythenshawe Foodbank, for people who are not in immediate crisis but are on low or insecure food budgets
Please call: 07860 063256
Local Food Banks
If you find that you are struggling financially, there are local foodbanks that can offer support with food parcels.
Please speak to a member of school staff, your health visitor, G.P. or any professional you are working with.
Family Learning in School
There are always lots of opportunities for you to be involved in School life. Here are some from this term. Look out for the sign up letters or contact Ms Okorie on Class Dojo
Autumn 1 half term 2019:
Family Science Course - 6 weeks 18/9/19
Family Learning Week - Inclusion 23/9/19 - 27/9/19
Signing Workshop - 25/9/19
Parent Writing Workshop - 1/10/19
Parents Evening - 7/10/19 and 8/10/19
Under One Roof Event for families - 8/10/19
Please find below a link to a website aimed at women in Wythenshawe. This website tells you about the services ‘Safespots’ offers and how to contact them.
Follow the link to their new website www.safespots.org.uk. or call them on