WELCOME TO THE HEARTLANDS COMMUNITY TRUST

The Heartlands Community Trust was formed in May 2013 when Heartlands High School applied to become an academy. The Trust was born out of the success achieved at that school. We quickly developed a passion for schools that deliverer an inclusive and high quality education to our young people. The Board has always taken an interest in extending the reach of the Trust and our passion for inclusion sees us finally opening the The Grove as a specialist school for young people with autism.

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" The executive headteacher and the headteacher have very high ambitions for the school, the trust and its future development. In a relatively short time, they have built a new community school and successfully created an ethos of high aspirations for all pupils. "

Ofsted, 2016

Our Schools

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Year 11 Parents' Evening, Wed 27th February, 4.00-7.00p.m. An opportunity for parents/carers to discuss their child… t.co/c5q899hESX
The speech Niamh in year 7 gave to assembly yesterday on what kindness is and why it matters. t.co/Ly6Nh1RDZM
Students writing down why kindness matter on the our Kindness Wall t.co/6wKP0iDQft
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SEARCH DAY today. Students have been learning about acceptance. t.co/vY9eoIsfgc
RT : Mental health awareness for students and staff is so important! t.co/SuOCVs…
SEARCH Day on Acceptance. Pupils are learning about how we demonstrate acceptance of others.… t.co/LsrDdrc3qN
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