Business Society Pitch Workshop at Trinity Primary

This Spring, Heath Parks ‘Business Society’ pitched a financial independence workshop to  intrigued primary school students. Six members of the Business Society, four year 8’s and two year 10 steering committee members, addressed an audience of sixty year 6 pupils at Trinity Primary School. The society members shared their personal achievements and positive experiences thus far, in an attempt to share the…

Year 10 Parents Evening, Tuesday 28th March

As your child comes towards the end of their GCSE courses, we would like to invite parents of Year 10 students to join us on Tuesday 28 March 2017. The evening will start at 4:30pm and finish at approximately 7pm. Visiting Heath Park Schools, are usually sited within the communities they serve and Heath Park is…

Chill and Chat Coffee Morning, Tuesday 4th April 2017

We are holding our next chill and chat session for parents at Holy Trinity Church, Heath Town on Tuesday 4th April. The morning will start at around 9:15am and finish at around 10:15am. All are most welcome to attend. We are encouraging parents to attend and we are looking at new and inventive ways to…

HeadStart Participation for Heath Park

Heath Park has been selected to be part of the HeadStart phase three programme. HeadStart is an exciting Big Lottery funded programme to promote and develop young people’s resilience, emotional well-being and positive mental health. Wolverhampton is one of six areas that, following pilot work in phase one and two, successfully secured funding for phase…

Performance Society Get Creative In Rehearsals

The Performance Society has been working on a number of projects including choreography for the upcoming Wolverhampton City Dance Festival and the May Dance Showcase. Students who have auditioned to be a part of Xpression Dance Company and Evolution Dance Company have been rehearsing together on a Wednesday after school in order to prepare for…

Smile Train Fundraising Changes Child’s Life

In the Autumn term we had a fundraising morning for an organisation called Smile Train. They focus their work on children in the developing world who have been born with a cleft palette and who require surgery. We made and sold cakes and raised just over £100. Smile Train have written to us to tell…

Year 11 Parents Evening, Tuesday 4 April

We would like to invite you to the Year 11 Parents Evening on Tuesday 4 April 2017, which will be held between 4:30pm and 7pm. As you will be aware, this is a very important time in your child’s life; the choices they make now will impact on Post 16 study and this in turn will…

Students Inspired By Education Taster Day

Post 16 Health & Social Care students visited the ‘Education Taster Day’ at University of Wolverhampton, Walsall campus on Wednesday 15th March 2017. Attending lectures and taking part in activities throughout the day, offered students a valuable insight into the varied undergraduate degree courses available and how many different careers options there are. Students said…

Year 11 Mock Exams Begin Monday 20 March

Week Beginning 20 & 27 March 2017 As continued preparation for the external examinations in the summer, we will be holding mock examinations in the weeks beginning 20 and 27 March. I am writing to make you aware of the dates and ask for your support in making sure that your child is fully prepared.…

Visiting Heath Park

Schools, are usually sited within the communities they serve and Heath Park is an example of such a school. We actively encourage visitors and parents to come to school, either for formal, timetabled meetings or, whenever they want to do so, to discuss the progress and welfare of their child. The school has two car…

Best Performing Multi-Academy Trust in the Country

Central Learning Partnership Trust – Best Performing Multi Academy Trust in the Country The DfE recently published performance data for Multi Academy Trusts, in which it graded the aggregated scores of all academies in each phase. The KS2 data showed Central Learning Partnership Trust to be one of only six MATs nationally, to have progress…