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Latest News

The latest news from Heathermount School
  • The Big Read


    Heathermount School has started the Big Read. Since the beginning of Term 2, every Wednesday morning for twenty minutes all students and staff join together and read!

  • Heathermount students take flight


    Students from Heathermount School, visited Maidenhead Heritage Centre and flew a Spitfire in a flight simulator to assist with their AQA project qualification.
  • Death Valley fundraising for Heathermount School


    During the second week of November, Phil Glenister from Cisco International Limited and his friend Andy Watson will set off to ride across Death Valley, Eastern California.

  • New sensory garden at Heathermount


    Over the summer break volunteers from Eli Lilly and Company Limited visited Heathermount School to create a sensory garden for the students to return to in the new term.

  • Heathermount hosts first 'Parent Support' Workshop


    Attendance was high at the first parent session which provided support with de-escalation and thera-brushing.

  • Heathermount School takes part in Earth Day 2016


    Students consider how precious are planet really is

  • West End Actor Carl Patrick visits Drama students.


    On Monday 7th March 2016, Heathermount's Key Stage 4 students were visited by Carl Patrick, a West End Actor currently starring and understudying  in 'Guys and Dolls' at the Savoy Theatre, London. 

  • Earth Day


    Heathermount are to celebrate Earth Day for the very first time on April 22nd 2016

  • Autism Awareness Week at Heathermount


    Heathermount to celebrate Autism Awareness Week from the 14th – 18th March 2016

  • Sixth form students visit the Imperial War Museum


    Sixth Form students visited the Imperial War Museum in London.

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