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Key Dates:

17th October - Parent Consultations

18th October - Parent Consultations

19th October - Prospective parents' tour

20th October - Inset Day

23rd - 27th October - Half Term

3rd November – Y3 trip to Natural History Museum

7th November – Y6 trip to Harry Potter World

9th November – Drop in session with Mrs Hill

13th November – Y4 trip to Colchester Castle

1st December – Y5 trip to Baps Shir Swaminarayan Temple

8th December – Drop in session with Mrs Hill

11th December – Christmas play dress rehearsals

12th December – KS1 & KS2 afternoon performances

13th December – KS1 evening performance

14th December – Senior Citizens’ afternoon performances

14th December – KS2 evening performance

15th December – Christmas lunch

18th December – Y2 to Panto at Rhodes Centre

19th December – All pupils to church for Christmas Carol Service

20th December – Last day of term

21st – 1st January – Christmas holidays

2nd January – Inset Day

 

 

A warm welcome to Hatfield Heath Primary School

Hatfield Heath School is unashamedly, a blend of both leading modern and traditional expectations, teaching and ethos.

We recognise that successful education is a team affair, involving children, parents, staff, governors, the community and other relevant external agencies, all working closely together to ensure optimum benefits for all.

Whilst our last Ofsted inspection was some time ago (2008 - Outstanding), you will probably know that Ofsted review annually each school's year end test data and other available information and judge whether to inspect or not.

Last time the inspectors found that the school 'provides an excellent education for all its pupils, most of whom attain exceptionally high standards in relation to both their academic and personal development.'

We are a National Support School and member of The Learning Partnership Trust.

Underpinning our standards is a belief in developing a range of personal qualities that support attitudes to learning, self and life.

Respect: for all members of the school community: for the beliefs and ideas of others and the environment we create.

Responsibility: for our own actions, our learning and our pursuit of excellence.

Tolerance: by understanding and celebrating difference and learning from each other.

Collaboration: by working together with different people towards a common goal. We are stronger as a team.

Perseverance: by never, ever giving up. To be the best we can be. Adopt a 'can do' growth mindset.

Determination: in wanting to do the right thing and striving to succeed.

Should you wish to know more you are welcome to visit and meet us and see and sense the atmosphere of a dedicated team of professionals working with all parties to provide the best education possible.

I look forward to seeing you,

 

Mr John Clements, Head teacher