Dave and Mark say farewell
On Friday the 29th of November we said farewell to David Brown and Mark Szuchnik leaving after nearly 40 years of combined service at Headlands School. They…Read More
Estyn award for excellence…..
A PENARTH school for children with learning difficulties has been recognised for its excellence. Action for Children’s Headlands School in Penarth has received an award for excellence from Estyn….Read More
Mr Lewis becomes Headlands’ first Forest School Leader
Congratulations to Mr Lewis for passing his Forest School Leader qualification. The training was provided by Darren Lewis at Ignite UP http://igniteup.co.uk/ and Mr Lewis reports the course was “brilliant and delivered really…Read More
Global Climate Change Teachers at Headlands
A huge well done to Mr Farrow, Mr Goodall, Miss Evans,Mr Gillingham, Mr Hackett and Mr Lewis for completing the Global Climate Change Teacher qualification provided by EducateGlobal and recognised…Read More
Here’s what’s been happening in Drama this term…..
Our young people have had a busy first term back to school this year. They performed in front of the school for their Anti-Bullying performance and received a standing ovation….Read More
Cycling to the Senedd..
On Wednesday October 2nd 2019 Mr. Lucas took Liam Parsons, Corey Emms and Jamie Coombs cycling to the Senedd to join a movement to improve investment in Active Travel across…Read More
The Drama Group says “NO” to bullying!
Congratulations to the Drama students on their first performance of the year. New members joined the group this September and wowed audience members with their educational Anti-Bullying performance. Old and…Read More
Michael and Constantin were very pleased with their Drama awards this year. They worked very hard and managed to achieve a credit for their Expressive Arts portfolios. Well done boys.
School fundraising Music and Drama
To support school’s fundraising efforts for the Music and Drama department, as reported a while back, one of the school’s Psychology Consultants, Gemma Burns, ran the London Marathon back in…Read More
Juliet Rammage visits Headlands
We were joined in The Voice studio for an interview last week by Juliet Rammage, Action for Children’s new Head of Safeguarding. Year 8 pupil Nicky Ansell interviewed Juliet, and…Read More