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Our cup winning Year 11 boys football team collect their trophy


Year 7 students choose plant seeds to grow after researching the best way to support their development.


Year 11 Aston’s story also told in the Richmond and Twickenham Times:


If you have chance please pick up a copy of the Evening Standard to read the heartwarming story of our student Aston Nunn.


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Congrats to two students who completed a 43mile charity ride raising money for BHF!


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First final of the week tonight & we're off to in Richmond Alice, last year's Champ will be our MC for the evening. Judges What qualities will you be looking for?


Students took part in the regional final of the challenge, hosted at the school.


Students can wear their trainers to school this Friday, raising money for children in Tanzania.


Congratulations to our students Thomas and Jonathan Sant who completes their bike ride in aid of


Our Year 11 boys football have completed a hatrick of Richmond Cup victories after claiming the title for the third time this evening. They won 6-1 to clinch the cup.


Students demonstrated highly impressive gymnastics skills in PE.


Year 10 students visited Esher College to take part in an A-level physics workshop.


Students are being encouraged to broaden their horizons by learning a new language at our Spanish Club, every Monday at lunchtime from 12:40pm-1:10pm in Room F33.


Heathfield School primary students made use one of our new science laboratories for our new primary and secondary Science Club.


Students have a new outdoor table tennis table to keep them active during break and lunchtime thanks to funding from .


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Year 10 students from discussing the future of self driving cars.


We held a taster day from Dance Studio London's eclectic dance club for students across year groups. To sign up to dance classes please visit


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My daughter and her friend loved there morning 😀


Students learned growth mindset techniques by looking at how they could learn from constructive criticism.


We welcomed 50 families of Year 6 students set to join us next September, where students took part in taster lessons including making 'Rainbow Fizz' in science and learning about the world in geography.



Years 7 & 8                

Students are set in Year 7 after the first few lessons and are taught in half year groups until Year 9. The curriculum is mapped across Key Stage 3 based on the four ability profiles and students are taught the skills and understanding needed to start the GCSE in Year 9.      

            Support material can be found by clicking on the link below:  

BBC Bitesize - Maths

Inspiration Trust

Years 9, 10 & 11   

The department aims to develop students’ skills in problem solving and independent thinking and to promote a love of mathematics by teaching the Edexcel specification. Students are encouraged to explore mathematics through studying a wide range of topics including Number, Algebra, Space, Shape & Measure and Data Handling and to acquire the skills needed to apply the theory they have learned to solve problems in the real world.

                     Support material can be found by clicking on the links below:                                                                                                   
Maths Watch

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My Maths

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Other useful websites include:

Kesh GCSE Maths

Pearson - Exams Past Papers

Study Maths

Inspiration Trust


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