Dear pupils, friends and family of Hoath Primary School,
We sincerely hope that everyone is well and looking after each other during this difficult and confusing time, you are all in our hearts and thoughts. By following the links found on this website, a wide and varied expanse of resources can be accessed by all pupils and/or their parents/carers. We will do our very best to continue to support all members, and friends of Hoath Primary School through this time of home-learning.
From all members of staff - 'Stay safe, stay strong and together we'll get through this' x.
Click on the link below to access a range of suitable children's activities and useful Websites.
We know that not everyone has a printer at home but please do not worry if this is the case as there are plenty of alternatives. Specific planning is provided for each class by the Class Teachers - this is a guide for what can be done by the children. The websites below give plenty of alternative options for your children to follow. As well as the suggested work provided, all children should be looking at Times Tables and reading every day.
Open sessions are held annually at Hoath Primary School, by the Head Teacher.
These are for all prospective parents and carers to come along to find out more about our school, before making choices for the ReceptionYear in the next Academic Year.
Although this years official 'open days' have already taken place, anyone wishing to visit Hoath Primary School should contact the School Office so that a date and time can be arranged for us to be able to show you around our school, which we are so very proud of.
01227 860249 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a busy, hard-working and friendly school, with an extended-family ethos. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing regular updated information for parents, pupils and friends.
'This is a good school. The quality of teaching is typically good and sometimes outstanding. As a result, pupils achieve well and attainment at the end of Year 6 is typically above average in reading, writing and mathematics.' Ofsted May 2013.
'This school continues to be good. Leaders have ensured that the strengths identified at the last inspection have continued, as well as effectively addressing the areas for improvement. There is a strong and effective culture of safeguarding in the school.' Ofsted January 2017.
Term Dates 2019-2020
Term 1 Tuesday 3rd September - Friday 18th October
Term 2 Tuesday 29th October - Wednesday 18th December
Term 3 Monday 6th January - Friday 14th February
Term 4 Tuesday 25th February - Wednesday 1st April
Term 5 Thursday 16th April - Friday 22nd May
Term 6 Tuesday 2nd June - Wednesday 22nd July
School will be closed for:
Staff Development on:
Monday 2nd September 2019
Monday 28th October 2019
Friday 22nd November 2019
Monday 24th February 2020
Monday 1st June 2020
May Day Bank Holiday now Friday 8th May 2020