As part of the school’s enrichment curriculum, next year all students in Years 7 and 8 are being offered the opportunity to take part in a residential trip to an activity centre in Bude, Cornwall..
The centre offers a huge variety of activities including surfing, climbing, abseiling, canoeing and teambuilding to mention just a few. The trip will leave Heartlands on Monday the 27th March and return on Friday 31th March 2017.
A letter has been sent home with the students, please ensure reply slips are returned to the school’s Reception as soon as possible. If you have any queries, please contact Mr Adcock, Outdoor Education Coordinator, email@example.com
Please click here to view letter.
Haringey’s Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) needs your feedback!
Please join a parent/carer coffee morning on:
Wednesday 5th October
10.30am – 12pm
This will be an informal meeting and discussion.
Markfield has been providing the SENDIASS (formally parent Partnership Service) for more than 15 years. We highly value the feedback regularly provided by parents/carers and young people.
We aim that this discussion group will help us develop the service further, through more indepth discussion about what works well and how we can improve.
Please come and share your ideas and experiences!
Come to Markfield
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to attend this coffee morning
We are not able to provide a creche.
Tea, coffee and cake provided!
On September the 15th we held a Parental Engagement Evening where staff met parents and pupils of year 7 and presented a host of opportunities and support mechanisms. The slide used at the presentation are here and the list of who presented what. If needed please contact us directly and we can outline further or answer any queries you have.
PPE 15th Sep 2016
On Tuesday, 13th September, we held a party, along with hundreds of other schools across the world, to celebrate Roald Dahl Day.
Author Roald Dahl would have been 100 years old and we celebrated by joining a virtual classroom broadcast from the Cambridge Theatre, home of ‘Matilda’ the Musical, for games, quizzes, and a draw along with illustrator Quentin Blake.
Students received Roald Dahl badges and some received prizes for winning our quiz, dressing up and drawing competitions.
The first day of term will be on Monday 5th September 2016.
All new Year 7 students should arrive for 08:00. Students in Years 8-11 should arrive at 10:30 promptly.
All students will be dismissed at the normal time, 15:00.
On the following day, students should be in school for the normal start time of 08:30; the gates will be open from 08:00.
GCSE Results 2016
We are delighted with a fantastic set of GCSE results this year. This cohort has exceeded the excellent results achieved last year and we are extremely proud of all of our students’ achievements. These qualifications will enable Heartlands students to progress onto high quality Post 16 courses and, in future, to top universities and apprenticeships. We wish the 2016 cohort all the best in the next stage of their education and congratulate them on their outstanding achievement. I would like to thank our incredible staff who worked tirelessly to support students to achieve these results.
Head of School
|% A*–C in English and Maths
|% A*–C in English Language
|% A*–C in Maths
|% 5A*–C including English and Maths
|% A*–C in all English Baccalaureate subjects
|% 3 or more A*–A grades
|Projected progress 8 Score (National average is zero)
||+0.62 This equates to each student achieving 1 grade higher across 6 subjects than they would in a national average school
- These percentages exclude 4 Year 11 students who attend our specialist Autism Unit and did not sit GCSE examinations
Despite entering Heartlands with levels which were significantly below national average, this cohort of students achieved exceptionally well in English and Maths. They also achieved highly across the curriculum; the following subjects all delivered over 80% A*–C grades:
Biology, Chemistry and Physics
Art & Design
Outstanding Individual Achievement:
A number of students have achieved exceptional results, attaining A*–A grades across all their subjects:
Elif Erpolat – 8A*, 4 A grades
Begum Balci – 8 A*, 3 A grades
Megan Boothman – 6A*, 4 A grades
Hristina Ilieva – 6A*, 4 A grades
Haidi Koci – 6A*, 4 A grades
David Istanaksai – 5A*, 4 A grades
Year 11 GCSE Results
Year 11 students can collect their exam results between 10:00-13:00 on Thursday 25th August. Parents and Carers are also welcome.
Advice and guidance will be available to students who need support with accessing Post-16 courses.
Any results not collected on the day will be posted home.
Years 9 & 10 GCSE Results
Students who sat a Community Language GCSE or any other GCSE qualification earlier this year, will have their results posted home.
Please be aware that Years 9 & 10 will not be able to collect their results as this day is reserved for Year 11 only.
On Sunday 31st July, ten students and two staff from Heartlands High School will be taking part in the 46 mile Ride London Event. Here are two videos, one of their training day on 6th July and one focusing on Michael and Sam Antwi. Good luck to all 12!
||Period 1 – normal lessons
||Achievement Assembly in the Auditorium.
Unfortunately, due to restrictions with space we cannot accommodate parents at the assembly.
||Students dismissed back to classrooms
||Students are dismissed from school; summer holidays begin!
Students on FSM are able to collect a packed lunch before leaving school.
The school year resumes on Monday 5th September. New students in Year 7 will arrive from 08:00, the rest of the school will start from 10:30.
We wish all students and their parents/carers an enjoyable summer.
Huge congratulations to all of the performers in Battle of the Bands; what an exciting evening! It was a fantastically diverse showcase of the different talents we have across Years 7-10 at Heartlands High School.
Tensions were high as staff collected and counted the votes, as there were so many deserving performers. Particular recognition goes out to winners in the band category ‘Unoriginal’ (Tarrel Dixon, Flynn Geddes,Thant Thura, Jared Brandy, Issack Hango, Devante Seepaul-Craig) and soloist winner Darya Laksari.
Thank-you to friends and family who supported the event, and to Mr Barker and Ms Lloyd for all their hard work in preparation and on the day itself. We look forward to more musical clubs and special events next year.