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  • "Thanks Little Heath, you helped me a lot to help others"

    Ex-Pupil

Dinner menu for Friday

Salmon fishcakes or vegetable pie

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  • School Attendance
  • Last week pupil attendance was 80.3%
    Attendance for the current academic year is 90.5%
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  • "I like the school because I am able to learn and hang out with my friends."

    A year 14 pupil

  • Trips last week
  • Fairlop
  • Hainault Forest, Sainsburys Newbury Park, Valentines Park
  • Local area - Fairlop Waters - Hainault Forest - Seven Kings Park - Barkingside.
  • emirates cable cars, woolich ferry, thames barrier park sensory garden
  • Wansted Library, Hainault Forest, Fairlop Waters, Chigwell park, William Morris Museum
  • Paradise Wildlife Park
  • Paradise Wildlife Park
  • Romford
  • Epping Forest
  • Wanstead Cherry Tree cafe and library and Chadwell Heath shops
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  • "We were overwhelmed to receive a massive box filled with chocolates for the pupils who sent cards and a gift to a charity worker from Birmingham on the birth of her new baby"

    School Staff

Mr J. Brownlie - The Headteacher of Little Heath School
Mr J. Brownlie - The head teacher

Welcome to Little Heath School's website.

Little Heath is a successful and well established school for pupils aged 11-19 with a wide range of needs including moderate and severe learning difficulties and communication needs (including a number with autistic spectrum conditions). We have nearly 150 pupils on site and support around 230 in mainstream settings. The current numbers will rise next year as we expand our Sixth form provision in response to local needs.

The school has an excellent reputation locally and beyond. It has a highly skilled and dedicated staff team who work together to ensure all pupils experience an exciting curriculum tailored to meet their individual needs. As a result there is a safe, caring and supportive ethos that enables them to be happy at school and achieve well in their learning.

The latest Ofsted report says that this is a Good school. It highlights the way that 'the school promotes pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development particularly well.' and later, 'the excellent progress that pupils make in their personal, social and moral development is a particular strength of the school.'

I hope our website will enable you to find out more about the school. Please feel free to phone us if you would like more information or to arrange a visit.

We look forward to hearing from you.

James Brownlie

Head teacher