Heartlands High School

Heartlands High School (HHS) is an 11–16 mixed secondary school with academy status in Wood Green, London, England. It was established in 2010 as a community school and became an academy in 2013.

Heartlands High School
Address
Station Road, Wood Green

,
N22 7ST

England
Coordinates51°35′45.3″N 0°7′2.8″W / 51.595917°N 0.117444°W / 51.595917; -0.117444Coordinates: 51°35′45.3″N 0°7′2.8″W / 51.595917°N 0.117444°W / 51.595917; -0.117444
Information
Other nameHHS,Heartlands
TypeAcademy
Established2010 (2010)
Local authorityHaringey London Borough Council
TrustHeartlands Community Trust
Department for Education URN139616 Tables
OfstedReports
Head of schoolElen Roberts[1]
GenderMixed
Age range11–16
Enrolment1,117 (2019)[2]
Capacity1,080[2]
Website

The project was commissioned by Building Schools for the Future (BSF), was funded by £33 million in tax-payer's money and was constructed by Wilmott Dixon.[3]

Academy statusEdit

In 2011, discussions were instigated to convert Heartlands to an 'academy'. Opinion was mixed, but ultimately the governors' consensus fell in favour of turning the school into an academy. The change prompted governor George Meehan to step down over clashes with Garrill. [4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Headteacher's Welcome". Heartlands High School. Retrieved 2 February 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Heartlands High School". Get information about schools. GOV.UK. Retrieved 2 February 2019.
  3. ^ http://www.tottenhamjournal.co.uk/news/education/haringey_school_s_academy_consultation_prompts_former_council_leader_to_quit_as_governor_1_1696657
  4. ^ http://www.tottenhamjournal.co.uk/news/education/haringey_school_s_academy_consultation_prompts_former_council_leader_to_quit_as_governor_1_1696657