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  • OPEN EVENING 2021: Tuesday 28 September 18:00 - 20:00

    Published 07/09/21

    You and your child are cordially invited to attend our Open Evening on Tuesday 28 September.

    We can promise you a warm welcome at our high performing School; an opportunity to meet our friendly and committed staff and to see for yourselves our extensive facilities.

    For further information, please contact the School Office on 020 8572 1931 or

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  • P16 ENROLMENT: This will take place on Friday 13 August from 10:00 in the Main School Hall

    Published 09/08/21
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    Published 18/08/21

    Congratulations to all our students collecting their GCSE, A Level and BTEC results this year. We are delighted that so many of them have achieved outstanding results and gained places at a range of prestigious universities or have been accepted to follow their preferred courses of study at Post-16.

    Headteacher, Ranjit Berdesha, commented: “I am extremely proud of the hard work and commitment, from both our students and staff, that have resulted in the confident, kind and resilient young adults heading off to University, Sixth form and Apprenticeships from Heston. I wish our students every success in their future academic studies and careers”

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  • FRIDAY 03 SEPTEMBER: School reopens for students in Year 7 who should report to the Main School Hall at 08:30 and Year 12 who should report to the Hogarth Concourse at 08:30 for their induction.

    Published 13/08/21

    Monday 06 September: Students in Years 8, 11 and 13 will start at 08:30, report to their tutor bases and remain with their tutors until 10:50, after which their timetable will commence.

    Tuesday 07 September: Students in Years 9 and 10 will start at 08:30, report to their tutor bases and remain with their tutors until 10:50, after which their timetable will commence.

    Tuesday 07 September: Years 7, 9 and 12 will have their photographs taken.

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    Published 09/08/21

    A Level and Level 3 BTEC results will be available for collection on Tuesday 10 August.

    GCSE results will be available for collection on Thursday 12 August.

    Results can be collected from the Main Hall 09:30 – 11:00.

    If you or a member of your family are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or you have been asked to self-isolate, you must not come to collect your results.

    If you cannot collect your results in person, please email our Examinations Officer, Mr Rawson [], who will arrange for them to be sent to you.

    Alternatively, you may authorise someone else to collect your results on your behalf by completing this form. Please note that your representative will need proof of ID. We will not accept emails/text messages or handwritten letters under any circumstances to release results.

    There will be staff available to support all students, to discuss their next steps regarding University, Apprenticeships, Sixth form or college.

    We are looking forward to welcoming many of our Year 11 students back to Heston and details for our enrolment for Post 16 courses, which will take place on Friday 13 August in the Main Hall, will be distributed with students’ results.

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  • 16-19 POST 16 TUITION SUPPORT ​​​​​​​

    Published 22/07/21

    Year 12 students have been invited to the Summer Tuition programme which is taking place between 09 -13 August 2021. 

    These sessions will take place at the School and are a great opportunity for students to catch up with the loss of learning, to prepare for assessments, as well as their public examinations in 2022.

    The tutors who will be delivering these catch-up sessions have all achieved excellent A Level grades, along with other qualifications in these subjects. They therefore have the necessary expertise to support your child. Teachers will be monitoring the quality of provision by attending the sessions, to ensure that these are fit for purpose and effective.

    Additional support and tuition will be provided at the start of the new academic year, to help students prepare for examinations.

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    Published 22/07/21

    Selected students will receive a course of 15-hours free private tuition, provided by our partner agency, Manning’s Tutors. These sessions will take place at the School and are an opportunity for students to catch up learning that may have been lost during the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Schedule and Access 

    The sessions will run from Monday, 09 August 2021 to Friday, 13 August 2021, between 09:00 – 12:30.

    The lessons will be supervised by a member of the Heston staff and will be delivered online, using the platform Bramble.  Students will be provided with a link to access lessons.

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    Published 22/07/21

    Heston places great importance on its transition programme, ensuring all our new Year 7 students are happy and confident as they start the next phase of their education. This year, the impact of the pandemic has increased the challenges faced by transitioning students. They have missed a significant proportion of face-to-face teaching and, therefore, valuable preparation for secondary education.

    In preparation for secondary school, we are offering all our new Year 7 students a weeklong Summer School programme. The Summer School will provide students with face-to-face support and the opportunity to meet staff and fellow students before starting with us in September. The programme will involve a mix of academic and enrichment activities, with a focus on well-being. Academic activities will include English, Mathematics and Science and the other sessions will involve sports, team building activities, art and a funfair.

    The Summer Schools will take place from 09 to 20 August. Half the cohort will attend each week and be split into six groups, following a carousel of activities.

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    Published 08/07/21

    On 06 July CT Policing launched an online ‘drop-in’ clinic on Netmums. It will be open for six weeks to allow everyone the opportunity to ask questions about Prevent and seek advice about radicalisation and extremism.

    Not all children are vulnerable to radicalisation but some are, and every parent and carer needs to know the potential risks and what to look out for. The forum will assist in understanding this better, but there are also informative articles on the Netmums website to find out how to make your child digitally savvy to help protect them and help make them more resilient to potential risks. There is also advice on how to have a conversation with your child about the potential risks of radicalisation as you would with drugs, sexting and child sexual exploitation.

    We are here to help and to listen. You will not be wasting our time. The earlier you tell us your worries, the quicker we can get help for the person you care which will protect them from being groomed and radicalised.

    Go to Netmums to read the forum []

    Find out more by visiting or If you are concerned act early and seek advice from the advice line on 0800 011 3764

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  • Holiday Activities and Food Programme 2021

    Published 05/07/21

    Please find below the Holiday Activities and Food leaflet from the Local Authority. The leaflet has been updated with camps that are already full to save parents/carers trying to book and finding it frustrating.

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    Published 25/06/21
    After many years at Heston for most, and a few years for some who joined us post-16, the annual Year 13 Farewell BBQ was held on the 28th of May.  Well over 130 students attended and the field was abuzz with games, music and laughter.  Year
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  • Introducing Yr6 to Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’

    Published 25/06/21
    On Thursday 17 June, Ms Ghatore and Mrs Kyriacou led an interactive Zoom session introducing Year 6 pupils at Wolf Fields Primary School to Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth.’ Firstly, Mr Abdulla, Learning Co-ordinator of Year 7, welcomed s
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