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Class of 2011

Abdihakim joined from Hounslow Manor in 2011

‘I have found that this school encourages excellence and expects excellence from all of its students. There is a warm and welcoming atmosphere so that external students like myself felt part of the Heathland Community from the onset. I am currently Deputy Head Boy and have taken part in many different projects such as the Mark Evison Foundation.’ 

Manisha joined from Cranford School in 2011

‘The two years of being part of The Heathland school has been a great stepping stone for what is to come in my future. The has school aided my transition into the sixth form and I have gained considerable support and opportunities here. Being the editor in chief of the Kestrel showcased all of the effort and talent that sums up the Heathland School and it was a rewarding experience to be a part of this.  The Heathland school is, I believe, a delightful end to my secondary education.’  

Tulsi joined from Heston in 2011

‘The sixth form has an infectious work ethic; the organisation, discipline and inspiration of the teachers drives the same qualities in students. I have  thoroughly enjoyed the range of stimulating extra-curricular activities. I am now Deputy Head Girl and am enjoying the experience of leadership’

 

Sangeetha joined from Hounslow Manor in 2011

"The sixth form has a very welcoming atmosphere and has offered me many great opportunities such as a World Challenge expedition to Morocco, the Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award, my EPQ and so on. These great experiences helped to make my  UCAS form stand out as well as developing me as an individual."

Ajinkya joined from the Rivers Academy in 2011

‘The Heathland School has provided me with many opportunities to build up my self-confidence and has also developed my awareness of all the extra-curricular experiences there are to gain and make the most of whilst studying.’

 

Maira joined from Orleans Park in 2011

‘The Heathland School has provided me with many opportunities to build up my self-confidence and has also developed my awareness of all the extra-curricular experiences there are to gain and make the most of whilst studying.’