Safeguarding Notice

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.

If you have any concerns regarding the safeguarding of any of our pupils please contact the school

Our Child Protection and Safeguarding policies can be found here

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Heatherlands Voice

We believe that the Heatherlands Voice is unique as it provides a platform for children to help shape thinking and share what makes the school special by providing representation from key areas of school life that children are independently responsible for. The children will sit on the Heatherlands Voice Steering Board. Heatherlands Voice has potential to provide children with the opportunity for self-evaluation and reflection whist building self-esteem and confidence. The Heatherlands Voice draws upon the school values and works to develop wider school links and strengthen community cohesion.


The Heatherlands Voice is a force for good which motivates and engages our children by articulating and demonstrating the broad and balanced curriculum available to them and by offering a platform for all children to have their voice heard to help support and sustain continuous school improvements.


Agenda items for Heatherlands Voice meetings include our vision, hopes and aspirations for how the group can be a voice for children in the school, implementation of the new higher profile House Point System and preparing our display board. The display board is in the KS2 corridor and explains our roles and how we hope to support our peers. 
Watch this space for more updates!

Heatherlands Voice representatives


Eco Warriors



Learning Ambassador Representatives



E-safety Champions



Arts and Drama Representatives



Pupil Premium Champion


Sports Leader



Anti-bullying Champion





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