Hartland Primary School News

  • Tag Rugby Club Cancelled
    Tag Rugby is cancelled today. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
  • RED DAY This Friday!
    The PTA are organising a Red Day this Friday! All children are invited to wear red clothes for £1 for Valentine's Day.
  • No Year 6 SATs Club Tomorrow
    Due to staff training, there is no SATs club tomorrow.
  • Gym Club Cancelled
    We are very sorry to advise that Gym Club has been cancelled today and due to unforseen circumstances the gym teacher is unable to run this club until further notice. We will let you know as soon as possible when Gym Club will start again.
  • Wednesday 24th Jan - Tag Rugby Club Cancelled
    Due to the weather we have cancelled Tag Rugby Club today. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
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We believe Hartland Primary School is a welcoming place full of learning, laughter and friendship where all children are happy, feel safe and are valued. Our school promotes a love of learning through a creative, challenging curriculum and builds and develops upon individual strengths and talents. We believe that every child is entitled to enjoy their childhood and respects, supports and nurtures everyone within our caring and growing community. 

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Mission statement

Hartland Primary School provides a caring, happy and stimulating environment where every child is supported and encouraged to achieve

Vision statement

Our vision is to create a school with inspirational teaching that develops confident learners and challenges every child to attain individual excellence

Aims

Hartland Primary School aims to:

  • Promote a love of learning by encouraging curiosity and enquiry and by developing self-esteem and self-motivation;
  • Develop high standards by supporting the continuous professional development of staff, and by ensuring strong partnerships and positive relationships with school governors, parents, carers and the local community;
  • Respect and care for others, regardless of differences and beliefs by recognising the importance of individuality;
  • Promote responsibility and pride for the school, the community and the environment by nurturing a sense of contribution and belonging.

 

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Latest School Events

Reading Raffle23Feb2018

10:15 am - 11:15 am

Class 3 Inspire Morning02Mar2018

9:05 am - 12:00 pm

KS1 Multi-skills Festival06Mar2018

Reading raffle09Mar2018

10:15 am - 11:15 am

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