GCSE Results 2017

Year 11 students are warmly invited to collect their GCSE results on Thursday 24th August from 10am until 1pm. Please enter the school via the Community Entrance. Post results advice and guidance will be available to students on the day in the Library.
Any results not collected by 1pm will be posted home.
Any Year 10 students who have sat exams early will receive their GCSE results by post on Friday 25th August. We do not allow Year 10 students to come in on results day so that we can focus on Year 11 students and their progression to Post-16 courses.
We look forward to celebrating another great set of results.

ELECTIONS – for a new Parent Local Governor

We have received two nominations for the one vacancy for a new Parent Local Governor – from Ali Yusuf and Neil Thompson. We will will now hold an election. Details of the election and your ballot papers were sent home in bags on Friday 30 June. Closing date to return your ballot papers is 5.00pm on Tuesday 18 July.

Duke of Edinburgh


Do you want to make your college/job/ apprenticeship application stand out from the crowd?

Simply complete the 4 sections of the Duke of Edinburgh program over a 3 month period:

  • Volunteering: undertaking service to individuals or the community
  • Physical: improving in an area of sport, dance or fitness activities
  • Skills: developing practical and social skills and personal interests
  • Expedition: planning, training for, and completion of an adventurous journey

To apply or to find out more; email: Mr Adcock or Mr Maclaren


New for 2017/2018: You can now complete the Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award, starting this summer…

For the 2017/18 Academic Year; we are giving a pilot group of 7 Year 8 students  the chance to complete their Bronze DofE Award.

Places are very limited and will be awarded based on the strength of your application.

To apply or to find out more; email: Mr Adcock or Mr Maclaren


Ski Trip 2018


• Do you know how to Ski?
• Or would you like to learn?
• Would you like to go on a Ski Trip?

If the answer to any of those questions was YES, then why not come on the Heartlands’ 2018 Ski Trip?!

Dates: 27th January 2018 to Sunday 4th February
Cost: £810 or £710 For PP/FSM Students

If you’re interested look out for letters via your student wallet or come to S3.4.

Vacancy – Parent Local Governor on the Local Governing Body

We have provision for two Parent Local Governors to be part of the Local Governing Body. Bolu Heather has now stepped down as one of those Parent Local Governors. We wish to thank Bolu for all her hard work, support and commitment to the school during her time in this role.

Parents and Carers are now invited to nominate and elect a new Parent Local Governor to join the Heartlands High School Local Governing Body. An elected Parent Local Governor must be a parent or a person who has parental responsibilities of a student registered at Heartlands High School.

The vision is for all our students to develop a commitment to learning; teaching students that effort is essential, achievement will carry them forward, active citizenship matters and that none of this can be achieved without the highest of aspirations.

The role of a Parent Local Governor is an exciting and important opportunity to take an active role in the governance of the school; enabling that vision to become a reality through ensuring high standards of achievement for all, contributing to strategic discussions and holding school leaders to account by monitoring school performance and ensuring money is well spent.

Attached you will find:

Closing date for nominations is 9.00 am on Monday 26 June 2017.

Year 11 Leaver’s Assembly

On Thursday 15th June at 2.30pm, we will have a Leaver’s Assembly to celebrate the hard work and achievements of our fantastic Year 11 students. We welcome parents to this event to share in the celebrations and look back over the five years our students have spent with us.

Please click on the link below to reserve your seats at this event. Unfortunately, space limitation means that we cannot offer more than two seats per student.

Year 11 Leavers’ Assembly – Parental Attendance Registration sheet


Sixth Form Consultation

Sixth Form Consultation

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Heartlands High School was opened in September 2010. The school is popular and oversubscribed within the local community.

The Directors, Governors, parents, staff and pupils at the school have long held the ambition to provide education beyond the age of 16 to those students that would like to study Level 3 A levels. We have the highest aspirations for students within the school and it is fitting that we should help students to realise their ambitions by providing high quality A Level teaching to those young people that wish to go on to study at university.

We are required, prior to putting in an application to the DFE to undertake a formal period of consultation. We are genuinely interested in hearing your views and would, therefore, like to open a consultation with all stakeholders and the community on extending the age range of Heartlands High school to 11–18 and to opening a Sixth Form Centre within the school from 2019. Please find below a leaflet that gives you information on how to respond to the consultation. You may also access the information and survey here:


We will be holding a consultation event on the 6th June at 18:00. This event will be for parents or members of the school community that have questions or concerns about the proposal. The consultation period will close on 26th June 2017. Following that, Directors will consider responses on making a decision about whether or not to submit an application.

Download the consultation leaflet (pdf)

Vacancy Notice for Governing Body





We are currently looking to appoint to our governing body

  • 2 x directors to our board
  • Independent trust members

Directors/Trustees take responsibility for overseeing the strategic direction of the Trust. They determine the Trust’s vision and values; its strategic and financial plan; annual objectives and targets for the Trust and will monitor progress against them. They ensure that the Trust fulfils its statutory and legal obligations, including the approval of key policy documents. They appoint the CEO and set arrangements for performance management. The Board of Directors/Trustees is a vital role within the Trust.

You will be required to attend 5 x Board meetings per year plus other ad-hoc meetings as required. The role is voluntary, all reasonable expenses in accordance with the Trustees and Governors Expenses Policy; including travel and childcare may be reimbursed.

We are specifically looking for people who have:

  • extensive professional financial management skills and experience; and
  • experience of chairing boards, committees and panels within large organisations

Download further information about the role

Independent Trust Members
The role of a Trust member is extremely important, overseeing the achievement and objectives of the Trust and aspects of its governance. The role of a Trust Member is one step removed from that of a Director/Trustee. While Trust Members have a ‘hands off’ role, they are crucial in maintaining an overview of the effectiveness of the trust structure and holding the Directors/Trustees to account.

You will be required to attend 2 meetings per year. The role is voluntary, all reasonable expenses in accordance with the Trustees and Governors Expenses Policy; including travel and childcare may be reimbursed.

We are specifically looking for people who have:

  • a passion for, and commitment to, the education and development of young people
  • experience and skills in any one of the following areas: financial management, education, business management or have community links in and around Haringey

Download further information about the role

For more information on governance please follow this link.