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)