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Edward Heneage Primary Academy

Excellence. High-expectations. Pride. Achievement.

 

 

May I extend a very warm welcome to the virtual world of Edward Heneage Primary Academy.

The website enables us to showcase the ever growing range of achievements and accomplishments of our wonderful, hard working children. A visit to the class blogs in the ‘Learning with us’ section provides a taster of the exciting learning taking place in each individual classroom. 

Plus, you will find a whole host of useful information for example; term dates, planned events, curriculum content, performance data and newsletters.

At Edward Heneage, we are determined to enable the best possible opportunities for our pupils to attain academic and social excellence.

Our skilled and committed staff work closely with parents, governors and the David Ross Education Trust, upholding a culture of high expectations and a shared belief that the children can and will succeed.

Ethos and values

It is our intention to ignite a real love of learning by providing a rich, varied and exciting curriculum that meets the needs of each and every individual. 

In addition, we aim for every pupil to leave Edward Heneage with a suitcase full of aspirations and immense pride for what they have achieved during their time with us.

I am sure you will enjoy navigating the pages and if you’d like to see us in action please contact the office to arrange a suitable time to visit. 

Best wishes

Michelle McMahon  - Principal 

  

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