Heaton Manor School and Sixth Form
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
About Heaton Manor School and Sixth Form
Heaton Manor School and Sixth Form is a mixed, mainstream secondary school located in Newcastle upon Tyne. It educates young people within the 11-18 age range. The student capacity is just over 1,900 and there are currently 1,891 pupils.
Heaton Manor School and Sixth Form was originally situated in buildings between Jesmond Park West and Newton Road. King George V opened the premises in 1928. The school was fully rebuilt in 2004.
Values and vision
Heaton Manor School values every individual student. The teaching and associate staff join together with supportive parents and governors to develop innovative approaches, in order to unlock each student’s interests and skills, enabling them to be successful during their time at school and after graduation. The school ethos promotes trust, honesty, integrity, courtesy and respect for others. Good fellowship is encouraged, as are understanding, care and tolerance.
The secondary school has an excellent sixth form with high academic standards and high rates of university and higher education entry. Teaching programmes cover the entire national curriculum, as well as the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.
“The quality of safeguarding and provision for pupils’ personal development and welfare is good. Effective support helps vulnerable pupils to cope well at school. Diversity is celebrated and pupils are prepared well for life in modern Britain. Pupils who have special educational needs, including those with hearing impairments, make the progress they should because the support they receive is of good quality.”