Little Heath School: OPEN
School is open as usual
Last updated: 04-05-2022
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- School Attendance
- Last week pupil attendance was 89.8%
Attendance for the current academic year is 88.18%
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- Latest news posts
Autism Eye Spring 2022
Newsletter April 2022
Holiday Activities and Food Programme to run this Easter 2022
National Autistic Society Survey
Autism eye Autumn 2021
School Photos on Monday 13th September
Little Heath School Newsletter - July 2021
Little Heath in the News
Bethel Experience Summer Programme
Barking, Havering and Redbridge - Child to Adult Transition Conference
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Mrs Fawzia Govender - The Acting Head Teacher
A message from our Acting Head Teacher Mrs Fawzia Govender:
I feel very privileged to be the Acting Head teacher of this superb school.
Little Heath is a successful and well-established school for pupils aged 11-19 with autism, a wide range of learning difficulties and complex needs.
Little Heath is a thriving community we’re all proud to be part of and a place where everyone is encouraged and supported to develop to their full potential. This website provides us with an opportunity to share our community values, our work, and our vision for the future.
We challenge our young people to enable them to grow as individuals. We refuse to be complacent, constantly striving for more effective and innovative ways to stretch and challenge them so that they can succeed. We set aspirational targets, not only in academic subjects but in other areas of development which are equally as important to our young people; personal, social, and behavioural.
We have a highly skilled and dedicated staff team. They plan carefully, deliver the curriculum, accordingly, monitor progress and intervene where necessary to ensure the pupils achieve the best possible outcomes. We aim to support, guide and prepare our pupils towards as much independence as possible and towards a fulfilling and productive adult life.
Developing positive relationships with parents, carers and other professionals is crucial to our work in ensuring that all the needs of individual pupils are met effectively.
We want Little Heath to be a school where every parent can be confident that their child will be happy, supported, and successful.
Please feel free to contact us if you would like more information or to arrange a visit.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Acting Head Teacher
To enable every individual to achieve their full potential, a sense of well-being and a place of value in society through education and promotion of equality and high expectations
Little Heath School - living and learning together