Governors, staff and pupils at Heather Avenue Infant School would like to welcome you to our website.
We are an 'Outstanding' infant school, graded as such by Ofsted in March 2012 in every category. Our team of caring professionals have high expectations of all children and support them to achieve their full potential so that they can become successful citizens in the wider world.
As a school, we are committed to ensuring that children develop a real love of learning. We provide an enjoyable broad and balanced curriculum with the highest standards in all areas including reading, writing and mathematics, together with opportunities to excel in the arts and physical education.
Stacey Coleman, Headteacher
Heather Avenue Infant School is dedicated to:
- providing education of the highest quality and creativity.
- helping children become confident, respectful, skilled, reflective and independent learners.
- valuing each child and supporting them to value each other.
- providing all children with equal opportunities.
- fostering a caring, nurturing environment through links between the school, home and community.
Heather Avenue Infant School officially became part of The Wensum Trust on 1 April 2017.
As part of The Wensum Trust, our school benefits from a wealth of opportunities to help achieve the Trust-wide ethos of developing happy and engaged children at all stages of the educational journey.
The Wensum Trust has schools situated within three geographical hubs across Norfolk, providing seamless transitions from early years through to sixteen plus. The City hub has schools in and around Norwich, the Rural hub includes schools in and around Acle and the Coastal hub comprises schools on the North Norfolk coast.
All three hubs work closely together to provide a rich and diverse range of experiences for children within all Trust schools. Community partnerships, often unique to The Wensum Trust, are developed locally with organisations such as the Norwich City Community Sports Foundation, North Walsham Rugby Club and Wells Sea Cadets, and made accessible across all three hubs. This creates an educational approach which is far broader and deeper than just the academic national curriculum and builds opportunities for all children to discover where they excel and to develop into confident, healthy and fulfilled members of society.
For more information on The Wensum Trust, please click on the link below.