Heritage High School, Clowne

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Heritage High School
Address
Boughton Lane,

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S43 4QG

Coordinates53°16′41″N 1°16′15″W / 53.2781°N 1.2709°W / 53.2781; -1.2709Coordinates: 53°16′41″N 1°16′15″W / 53.2781°N 1.2709°W / 53.2781; -1.2709
Information
TypeSecondary comprehensive
Established2011
Local authorityDerbyshire
Department for Education URN112964 Tables
OfstedReports
Chair of governorsJane Haywood MBE
HeadmasterMr Richard Marlow
GenderCo-educational
Age11 to 16
Enrolment1,065
HousesMacArthur, Redgrave, Tolkien and Westwood
Colour(s)Orange, Blue, Green and Purple
Website

Heritage High School (formerly known as Heritage Community School) is a community comprehensive school for boys and girls and held a Mathematics and Computing Specialist college status up until 2015. It caters for ages 11–16 and is located in Clowne, Derbyshire. It is also the fastest growing 11-16 school in Derbyshire. There are currently[when?] just over 800 pupils on roll.

The school holds the Careers Mark, a Sport England Award, The Princess Diana Memorial Award and Derbyshire ABC Award.

The school was in a consortium with The Bolsover School, Shirebrook Academy and Springwell Community College that formed "Aspire Sixth Form", a sixth form provision that operated across all the school sites from September 2014.[1] However, due to lack to students willing to enrol and poor performance, ASPIRE Sixth Form ceased to exist for the 2016-17 A-Level students.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Our Sites | ASPIRE 6th Form College". aspire6thform.org. Retrieved 26 January 2014.
  2. ^ "ASPIRE Sixth Form Closure". chesterfield.ac.uk. Retrieved 15 February 2016.

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