Heartlands High School
Executive Headteacher Simon Garrill
Head of School Elen Roberts
Deputy Headteachers Jonathan Nagle, Mari Williams
Business Manager Anthony Latchana
Office Manager Allison Farnum-Davies
Head of The Grove Lucia Santi
Age range 11-16
Description Secondary school
Religious character Non-denominational
Specialist status Visual arts
Specialism supporting students with autistic spectrum disorder
Nearest buses W3, 184
Nearest tube station Wood Green
Nearest rail station Alexandra Palace
About Heartlands High School
Heartlands High School is an 11-16 Academy. The school is a mixed school catering for students of all different abilities. It has a resourced provision for students with autism known as The Grove.
We provide an inclusive, high quality education that celebrates the diversity of our community.
Our commitment to learning ensures that all young people make excellent progress from a range of starting points and backgrounds. Students will leave our school as confident, creative and responsible citizens, ready for a bright future.
Our pride in our school and the wider community inspires us to make sure that Heartlands High School will be a resource that is well used by all.
The Grove School for autism, set up by the Heartlands Community Trust which runs Heartlands High School, will be opening its doors for the first time this September. This year, the School will be opening in Wood Green and Hornsey, and from next year it will move into its permanent location in Turnpike Lane. The Grove will be adding much-needed school places for young people with autism in Haringey delivering specialist provision in a much-needed area.
The School for young people with autism is an all-through school catering for students aged 5-19. It will focus on ensuring that these students get an outstanding education. Our specialist facilities, when the school opens in its new site, will ensure the very best provision for our students.
Lucia Santi of The Grove said:
“I am thrilled to be opening a new school for students with autism in the heart of Haringey. I’d like to thank our parents for giving us so much support. We can’t wait to see the school grow from strength to strength.”
Mark Lehain, Director of New Schools Network, said:
“Opening a new school is a challenging process and it’s thanks to the hard work and dedication of the new principal and the Heartlands Community Trust that many local families will benefit.