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An annual visit from our very own piper has become a bit of a tradition here at Heart of England School.  Governor Malcolm Halliday, true Scotsman and bona fide bagpipe player visited in full Highland regalia and brought in the New Year for us! If students and staff were expecting a quiet start to the...
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It is that time of year again.  A time of endings as we say goodbye to 2019 and new beginnings as we welcome 2020. I started the Autumn Term in our whole school assembly by saying: “What’s past is done, we can either learn from it, repeat it or allow ourselves to be limited by...
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After welcoming our new Year 7 students to Heart of England on Tuesday, we began the new academic year with a whole school assembly on the first full day back after the summer break. “We always begin with a whole school assembly because it is an opportunity to come together as a community,” began Mr...
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Our Principal Miss Hughes-Williams rounds off a great academic year with a reminder of how well our students have done in and out of school: Time once again for reflection and evaluation at the end of another successful school year.  Our recent awards evenings, achievement assemblies and tutor time have provided space to look back...
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Our Public Speaking team have come first in a competition.  Club organiser and English teacher Claire McLarnon gives us the details: The Heart of England Public Speaking team enjoyed great success on Saturday 9 March as they took on the best teams in the district to win the District finals.  Hannah, Katarina and Seren will...
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Heart of England School actively encourages our Year 11 students to take part in National Citizenship Service (NCS), a government funded initiative that takes place during the summer holidays for Year 11 students and continues with additional activities for Year 12 students during the following year. Over the course of three weeks, young people take...
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