Heronshaw School is an outstanding learning environment where high expectations from staff of both themselves and their learners mean children learn in a happy, exciting, respectful and supportive community. We encourage all children and staff to fulfil their full potential and embrace children’s individual talents and needs.

Heronshaw is an inclusive school. We promote equality of access and opportunity to all areas of the curriculum for all learners. Pupils are taught in an environment where they receive equal respect and in which their individuality is valued. It is the responsibility of all teachers to help each and every pupil reach their own potential through supported and differentiated teaching across the curriculum.

SENDco - Gemma Langford (glangford@heronshawschool.co.uk)

Speech and Language - Helen Pearce

Learning Mentor - Marnie Bruce

SMSC Lead - Gemma Langford

Wellbeing Lead - Kate Nichols

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At Heronshaw School the spiritual, social, moral and cultural development of all our children, and being safe, is paramount.

We believe that the most important function of the school is to maintain an environment in which every member of the school is able to achieve success and self-fulfilment.

There must be a total consistency of expectation that everyone (irrespective of gender, race or culture) should feel safe and secure, have empathy for all others, and place a high value upon individual achievement and personal development.