Starting from 31st October, we are will be implementing a revised Home Learning model to ensure Home Learning tasks are completed on time and to the best of the student’s ability.
The expectations for home learning remain the same:
Year 7 and 8 students are expected to complete 1 hour of English and Maths
and 30 mins of other subjects a week;
Year 9 students are expected to spend 1 hour per subject a week;
Year 10 and 11 are expected to spend at least 1.5 hours per subject a week.
All home learning tasks will be set on Show My Homework. This week we are reissuing students with SMH logins as well as the Home Learning Timetable for this academic year. Both will enable you to monitor your son/daughter’s home learning and support them with managing their workload.
We will be adopting the Home Learning Sanction system, as outlined below:
Failure to complete home learning will result in a red card and a faculty detention. Student receiving red card for home learning will NOT be removed from their lessons.
Students who receive 3 red cards for home learning in a week will be placed on a home learning report to their tutor.
Students who receive 4 red cards for home learning in a week will be directed to attend Home Learning Improvement Programme for a week. This means they will be required to stay at school till 4.10pm completing home learning in a supervised environment
Second referral to Home Learning Improvement Programme will lead to parents being invited for a meeting with the tutor.
Third referral will lead to parents being invited to a meeting with the Head of House.
Fourth referral will lead to parents being invited to a meeting with the SLT House link.
October 11th 2016 marked the UN International Day of the Girl, an opportunity to empower the future generation of women, celebrating their potential and enabling them to succeed, while demanding a world where girls and boys have equal opportunities.
Eight Year 10 Sociology students attended Women of the World (WOW) festival at the Southbank Centre, starting with an 8am mass speed mentoring session on the London Eye, seeing 250 London schoolgirls paired with 250 inspirational female mentors from a wide range of industries, everything from film to engineering, politics to sport, activism to fashion.
Students were invited to attend an inspirational afternoon of creative workshops, debates, discussions and performances at Southbank Centre. Covering the subject of female leadership and how to make a change, however big or small.
As part of the school’s enrichment curriculum, next year all students in Years 7 and 8 are being offered the opportunity to take part in a residential trip to an activity centre in Bude, Cornwall..
The centre offers a huge variety of activities including surfing, climbing, abseiling, canoeing and teambuilding to mention just a few. The trip will leave Heartlands on Monday the 27th March and return on Friday 31th March 2017.
A letter has been sent home with the students, please ensure reply slips are returned to the school’s Reception as soon as possible. If you have any queries, please contact Mr Adcock, Outdoor Education Coordinator, email@example.com
During the Easter holidays 7 Y11 students went with Mr Levis, Mr Brierley and Ms Tillson to the Olympic Velopark to meet Bradley Wiggins. This was the launch event for Ride London, and specifically the 46 mile event the students will be taking part in. The students were fantastic throughout the day, meeting the Tour De France and Olympic Winner, and even putting him through a difficult question and answer session!
about Special Educational Needs & Disabilities issues:
Personal Budgets for Short Breaks, Writing Outcomes
The SEND Information, Advice & Support Service are hosting two information sessions at Markfield for parents/carers
Personal Budgets for Short BreaksTuesday 26 January 2016
We will share information about the personal budgets system in Haringey; the assessment process, your choices and rights, how support should be provided and by whom.
Tuesday 15 March 2016
We will share information about the importance of using outcomes to plan all SEN Support and the key role of outcomes within SEN Statements or Education Health and Care Plans. We will look at how to make outcomes SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound)
How to get to MarkfieldOur centre is in Markfield Park
Walking either via Markfield Road, or Crowland Road through Markfield Park, or along the River Lea towpath
Driving via Markfield Road. Parking is available at the centre
Tube Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale
Bus 41, 76, 123, 149, 243, 259, 279
British Rail South Tottenham, Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale
Address: Markfield Road, London N15 4RB
Please email or call our Family Support Administrator to book your place!
It’s Anti Bullying week at Heartlands High School! This year the theme is “Let’s make a noise about bullying”. To raise awareness and promote our zero tolerance to bullying, pupils will be taking part in many activities across the week, such as Beyond Words quizzes, citizenship debates, national and internal competitions, work with a theatre company and a pledge to stamp out bullying language.
Pupils and parent/carers should always be mindful that any complaint of bullying at Heartlands will be thoroughly investigated, treated with sensitivity and properly sanctioned. Bullying is not welcome in our school and will never be tolerated. Any reports of bullying can be made at any time using our “Act Now – report bullying” link on the website or can be reported directly to any member of staff. Any further queries can be answered by Miss Gibson.