Children spend 14 of their formative years in school. The journey that begins as a nervous yet curious four-year-old in the nursery reaches its peak as a young, confident adult passing out from Grade 12. The voyage of discovery, exploration, reflection and learning is continuous as the child moves from one grade to the next. Successive years come with their varied demands and needs. The Junior, Middle and Senior years at The Heritage School carry a very distinct cadence and melody though they echo the underlying philosophies and practices of the school. At the end of the day, it is a single note that reverberates through the three programmes.


  • Junior Programme
    (Grades Nursery to 3)

    The aim of the Junior Programme is to create a joyous vibrant space for children to feel comfortable in with themselves and their new environment.

  • Middle Programme
    (Grades 4-7)

    Middle years are the very core of any school – the formative years that leave an ever-lasting impression on the child’s mind. The middle years are also the critical period when the dice can roll either way.

  • Senior Programme
    (Grades 8-12)

    The Senior Programme bears witness to the coming of age of young adults, with insecurities and issues related to the teenage years.

  • Junior Programme
    (Grades Nursery to 3)

    The aim of the Junior Programme is to create a joyous vibrant space for children to feel comfortable in with themselves and their new environment.

  • Middle Programme
    (Grades 4-7)

    Middle years are the very core of any school – the formative years that leave an ever-lasting impression on the child’s mind. The middle years are also the critical period when the dice can roll either way.

  • Senior Programme
    (Grades 8-12)

    The Senior Programme bears witness to the coming of age of young adults, with insecurities and issues related to the teenage years.

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