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Safeguarding at Heritage

Nothing at Heritage is more important to us than the safety and welfare of our pupils. 

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of minors is everyone’s responsibility. At Heritage we take rigorous steps to ensure that children stay safe and do not come to any harm. To do this we work closely with students, parents and carers and a range of professional external agencies.  In addition, all professionals working at the school are regularly trained and updated to ensure our approach is person-centred, shared as appropriate and carefully recorded. 

If you have any concerns, no matter how small they may seem, about the safety or welfare of yourself, a friend, colleague, child or young person from Heritage, please contact us at safeguarding@heritageschool.org.uk and one of our team will pick up your concern.

The school’s Safeguarding Team are:

Jason Fletcher (DSL) and Bettina Scarlata

For more information please see our School Policies.

Latest News

Year 6 Create an Enchanted Evening with A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Bravo to Year 6 for their excellent performances in A Misummer Night's Dream.

Upper Prep’s Trip Through History

Upper Prep pupils took us on a whirlwind tour of their History lessons during this class assembly.

Year 8 Delights Audience with Performance of The Tempest

Year 8 gave a brilliant performance of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest.

Year 4 Class Assembly: Lessons in Perseverance

During their class assembly this Monday, Year 4 pupils talked about perseverance—that very important character trait that helps us keep trying at something even when things are difficult.

Pupils Experience History Firsthand During WWI Battlefields Trip

Pupils in Years 9-11 traveled to northern France and Belgium to immerse themselves in World War I history and practice their French language skills
In a recent assembly, Seniors heard from Mr Barry Griffiths, Community Engagement Officer for Jimmy’s Cambridge

Seniors Hear About Homelessness

In a recent assembly, Seniors heard from Mr Barry Griffiths, Community Engagement Officer for Jimmy’s Cambridge

Magazine Article Praises Heritage for Careful Use of Technology

In an article in the Spectator Magazine, Heritage is put forward as a positive example of a school using technology in moderation.

Excellent 2023 Exam Results for Heritage Pupils

We are pleased to announce our GCSE exam results for 2023

Alumna’s Art is Inspired by Nature

Heritage alumna Chloe Chapman's latest work was recently included in Grad Fest, an art show consisting of work done by graduates of Norwich University of the Arts.
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