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  • National Autistic Society Survey

    As part of the Autism Accreditation assessment, a survey by NAS is carried out for autistic people and their families, to feedback on the provision being assessed. Please contact the school and request a link to complete the survey. The closing date for completion is the 14th May 2021.

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  • "Jessica worked through all maths activities, learning about parallel lines and she worked hard to do activities around this learning, listening well to staff. Well done, Jessica :)"

    A year 8 pupil

  • School Attendance
  • Last week pupil attendance was 89.6%
    Attendance for the current academic year is 68.62%
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  • "we were leaving sailing, 4 students 3 adults, a member of public said " I must say, I have never seen such a happy group of people, its so nice" I thanked him."

    Member of public

  • "Lashanti was very helpful today, she could see I needed help in a lesson and kindly worked with another student for the whole lesson. Well done Lashanti."

    School Staff

Mr J. Brownlie - The Headteacher of Little Heath School
Mr J. Brownlie - The head teacher

Welcome to Little Heath School's website.

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. These include moderate and severe learning difficulties and communication needs.

We have 180 pupils currently on roll, with numbers set to rise over the coming years in response to local needs.

The school has an excellent reputation locally and beyond. It has a highly skilled and dedicated staff team who work together to ensure all pupils experience an exciting curriculum tailored to meet their individual needs. As a result, a safe, caring and supportive ethos enables them to be happy at school and achieve well in their learning.

The latest Ofsted report says that this is a Good school. It highlights the way that 'new additions to the curriculum are proving effective for the wide range of needs of pupils at the school.' Later it says, 'the curriculum supports pupils to keep themselves safe and to be as independent as possible as adults.'

I hope our website will enable you to find out more about the school. Please feel free to contact us if you would like more information or to arrange a visit.

We look forward to hearing from you.

James Brownlie

Head teacher

School Vision

Little Heath School provides a safe, nurturing and creative learning community in which pupils are helped to reach their full potential. Our pupils become caring and respectful young adults with a sense of belonging and purpose. We are committed to equality of opportunity, valuing the individual and strengthening the voice of our young people in society. We build strong relationships with families and others in the community. We are proud to celebrate our pupils' many achievements and to lead them through their learning journey.

Little Heath School - living and learning together