Find out what makes it unique. For vulnerable children and young people from London and the South East: Heath Farm’s approach takes each individual and ensures they can achieve their best: not just from an academic perspective but socially and emotionally to become responsible and happy teenagers – ready to move on to a college place, work, apprenticeship or 6th form.
Heath Farm School: "Why I can't thank them enough."
"Jessica had missed more than two years education at the start of secondary school and - in her own words - “I was in a very dark place and a mess”.
She tells her own story of how Heath Farm School in Kent has helped transform her life, raise her self esteem, and build her education to the point that she is now hoping to go back to Heath Farm – as part of the teaching staff.
A unique approach for vulnerable children who are fostered
Watch a real fostering success story. Sanchia is a foster carer with Heath Farm Family Services which places vulnerable children with new homes across Kent.
Qimarrie was due to arrive at her family home and start Heath Farm School in Charing, near Ashford.
For every foster carer in Britain, the day a child is due to arrive is particularly special. This is Sanchia’s story….and the story of how one young football mad youngster realised that school HAS to be endured, and enjoyed.