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Heathfield Knoll School

Heathfield Knoll School provides an excellent education with a healthy balance of academic and extra curricular activities, enabling its pupils to develop qualities and skills leading to personal fulfillment and success at school. HKS encourages a genuine sense of community and pastoral support is outstanding. Pupils develop good manners and attain high personal and social standards.

Wolverley Road
DY10 3QE

+44 (0)1562 850204

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ISC associations: ISA, ISBA

Religious affiliation: Non-denominational

Day/boarding type: Day

Gender profile: Coeducational

Size: 247

Heathfield Knoll School fees:

Day fees per term:
£2,500 to £3,995

Scholarships & bursaries:

ISC reference number:

DfE reference number:
885 / 6014

Boys - age range & pupil numbers:

Day: 1 to 16 (133)

Girls - age range & pupil numbers:

Day: 1 to 16 (114)

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Additional Information

Our Learning Skills department leads our provision for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Our SENCo/Head of Learning Support leads an experienced and well-trained department supporting children in the Lower, Middle and Upper Schools.

The Learning Support Department work closely with class and subject teachers to ensure that all children’s needs are understood and met during their time at Heathfield Knoll School. All teaching and support staff receive regular training in Autism, Dyslexia and other neurodiversities, to make sure that every individual is supported and challenged, taking into account their additional needs. Small class sizes and in-class support benefits all of our pupils, not just those with additional needs.

Pupils at Heathfield Knoll school enjoy making use of the dedicated Support Base which is equipped with assistive technology, multi-sensory resources, a nurture space and SEN staff to support our pupils through 1:1 lessons, small group intervention or informal drop-in support sessions.

Working in partnership with parents is integral, therefore parents of each child on the SEN register are given regular opportunities to meet with the SENCo and other members of the Learning Support Department. Pupil voice is also central and children are encouraged to share how they feel about their learning experiences.

Where appropriate, a bespoke plan of support is established and/or a reduced timetable is implemented. Exam access arrangements are organised to ensure that pupils are supported throughout their Upper School Years in preparation for their external examinations.

The school works closely with a number of outside agencies such as an Educational Psychologist, Autism Outreach, CAMHS, Occupational Therapy and Speech and Language Therapy to gain appropriate help according to the need of the individual pupil.

Scholarships & Bursaries offered

  • Academic scholarships
  • All Rounder awards
  • Music scholarships
  • Science/Technology scholarships
  • Sport scholarships
  • Sibling discounts
  • Bursaries for new entrants
  • Hardship awards for existing pupils

Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, ISC is not responsible for inaccuracies