Heritage Park Primary School

Heritage Park Primary School

At Heritage Park Primary School we are fully committed to providing all of our children every opportunity to fulfil their potential. We believe all children are entitled to an education that promotes high standards and enables them to achieve their best.

We recognise that some children will, permanently or from time to time, have a significantly greater difficulty in learning than the majority of children of their age. We will use our best endeavours to ensure that the children get the support and provision they need, whilst having access to a broad and balanced curriculum.

Working in partnership with families, it is our aim that all of our children will become confident individuals able to make a successful transition on to the next phase of their education

Intake limit per year = 30

Total number of students at approx. 200

Ofsted URN:131693

Ofsted Report: view the ofsted report.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mrs C Anderson
Contact Position
Office Manager
01733 703656 01733 703656

Where to go

Heritage Park Primary School
Park Farm Way
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Other Details


Age Ranges
From 4 years to 11 years

Local Offer


We are a fully accessible school. All our teachers have Qualified Teacher Status and our SENCo has the National Award for Special Educational Needs Co-ordination.Three teaching assistants have completed the Elklan Communication Support Programme for 5-11’s.

Staff are also trained in First Aid, Think Autism, Better Reading Support Partnership, Rapid Phonics, Phonics Counts, Numicon, PREVENT and we plan to undertake the training/ disability awareness sessions(s). Child Protection training is undertaken every two years and First Aid qualifications renewed every three years.

Students and their parents/cares are supported through the transition to and from our school.

We provide the following to ensure that all children/ young people in our school can access all of the activities offered.

Wheelchair access.

We enable children/ young people to access all activities by

Ensuring that the building and classrooms are accessible to all children.

We involve parents and carers in the planning by

Personal meetings and parental engagement.


The following arrangements help children/ young people and their parents/ carers to make a successful transfer to our setting/ school.

Reception evenings. Intake days. Transition meetings. Social stories. SEN annual reviews.

We prepare children and young people to make their next move by

Pre visits to secondary school. School SENCO and class teacher liaising with sec

Contact Name
Mrs E Carson-Doughty
Contact Telephone
01733 703656
SEN information report
Local Offer Age Bands
Primary (4-10 years)

Last Updated

Last updated: Over 6 months ago


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