Heritage High School, Clowne

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Heritage High School
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
TypeSecondary comprehensive
Local authorityDerbyshire
Department for Education URN112964 Tables
Chair of governorsJane Haywood MBE
HeadmasterMr Richard Marlow
Age11 to 16
HousesMacArthur, Redgrave, Tolkien and Westwood
Colour(s)Orange, Blue, Green and Purple

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]


  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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