Welcome From Headteacher

We are proud of our school’s reputation in our local, and wider, community. We provide a high quality, comprehensive educational experience for all of our students and ensure that each individual’s academic potential is fulfilled. We value their individuality and the contribution they make to the community. Our students are an asset and are at the heart of everything that we do.

Hedingham is a very caring, supportive and ordered environment that allows us to have high expectations of achievement and excellence. Our students are encouraged to work hard, study independently and to take pride in their achievements and the values of their school.

We aim to broaden the horizons of our students and to personalise their learning. We are committed to utilising the latest technologies and learning and teaching strategies so that our students are skilled and confident citizens prepared for the opportunities and challenge of an increasingly complex world.

John Panayi

Just Giving for Arran - 22 July 2014

Hedingham School Year 8 student, Arran Tosh, sadly passed away in June this year but, although he is not in school anymore, Arran is still having a major impact on the school community. Before he was diagnosed with a brain tumour Arran was busy trying to raise money for Cancer Research because his auntie had suffered from breast cancer recently. Arran had managed to raise £500 before he died but his big plan was to have his head shaved on the last day of term and be sponsored to do this

The Three Degrees – Hedingham Style! - 4th July 2014

Many of our students go on to study at universities across the country when they leave the Sith Form at Hedingham and it is great to hear how they have done. We are delighted to learn that ex Headgirl, Jade Woodley from Great Maplestead, gained a First Class Honours degree in Criminology from Nottingham Trent University. Jade hopes to join Essex Police on a Fast Track scheme. Rebecca Spencer who hails from Wickham St Pauls, achieved a First Class Honours degree from Oxford Brookes University in Sport and Exercise Science and plans to go into teaching.

Jack Petchey June 2014

Congratulations to Kathryn Haylock; she is the Jack Petchey Award Winner for June.

Kathryn was nominated for overseeing vulnerable students in the SSC at break and lunch. She encouraged others through her enthusiasm to contribute to Nature Club and the current ‘Sunflower’ initiative. She is a conscientious and thoughtful member of the school community.

Mr Panayi presented Kathryn with a Certificate, Badge and Cheque on Tuesday 17 June 2014.

Very Well Done Kathrynl!

Admissions 2014 and Applying for a School Place Now

We still have a number of student places in our current Year 7 and Year 8

For all admission queries please contact Mr D Margery Admissions Officer or Mrs H Carter Bursar on 01787 460470 or email CarterH@hedingham.essex.sch.uk