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  • Heritage pupils play in the fountain at the Cambridge University Botanic Gardens

‘A knowledge-rich curriculum…
which is highly effective

Headmaster’s Welcome

Thank you for your interest in Heritage School. In the pages of this website you will discover a great deal about us. I hope you sense what is unique about Heritage as you consider whether it might be suitable for your child.

We are looking for families who share our vision, for parents who are interested in robust intellectual development, but not at any price. We are looking for parents who are committed to the vigorous but balanced growth of their children as whole people.

We have often heard it said that Heritage has a very special atmosphere. We hope you will come and experience it for yourself. Please fill in the form below, call or email the office to arrange a visit, or come to one of our Open Mornings.

I look forward to meeting you.


Jason Fletcher

A Typical Day in our Infant School

Our goal is to feed a child’s innate curiosity through a rich, stimulating and varied curriculum. The daily rhythm of activities is carefully crafted, designed explicitly to sustain engagement and enjoyment.

Our Approach to Technology

We are seeking to create a distinctive culture that strongly prioritises real world activities and relationships over screen based ones. The benefits of our low tech approach have been praised in an article in The Spectator.

The Skylark Newsletter

As we come to the end of this year and look forward to the year ahead, we remain focused on what matters most: providing a rich educational experience for each of our pupils. This edition of The Skylark illustrates the vibrant life of Heritage School, offering a sampling of activities and achievements from a typical term.

Photo Galleries

Get a taste of our rich curriculum by viewing our photo galleries of trips, experiences, lessons, performances and much more.

Heritage pupils in Years 9-11 took a trip to the Bay of Naples

Wonder of the Week

Heritage teacher Mrs Burden shares her ‘Wonder of the Week’ to give teachers, parents and children something wonderful to watch out for on their nature walks. The latest one uncovers the secrets of hemlock, as Mrs Burden looks into its deadly history and potential dangers. Learn to appreciate the beauty of this delicate plant while safely identifying the features that distinguish it from look-alikes. 

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