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Our happy, friendly, vibrant school has a community feel to it and has continued to build on many years’ success. Ofsted rated us as ‘Good’ in our most recent inspection (July 2021). We are continually striving to improve and develop our curriculum whilst offering a range of experiences to our pupils.

We have a well established reputation in the community for providing a caring and welcoming environment, a good education and many opportunities for children to extend their interests. There are high expectations of work and behaviour for all the school community and everyone is encouraged to work as a team and to be supportive and responsive to each other. Ofsted commented: positive learners whose ‘behaviour in classrooms and around school is exemplary’ (July 2021).

We have spaces in all our year groups for September – why not book a tour so we can show you what we offer – please contact us to book.

We look forward to meeting you soon!

A school at the very heart of the local community!

Hadleigh Community Primary School are committed to developing a learning environment which is happy, safe, caring, exciting and full of opportunities. We aim to create a vibrant environment where children feel challenged and supported in their learning and enable children to achieve high levels of well being and academic success. Our goal is to nurture and develop mutual respect, tolerance, teamwork and perseverance as well as good manners. Our dedicated and talented team of staff inspire and motivate all children throughout their respective learning journeys. We value personal achievements and encourage and support children to realise their full potential.

Hadleigh Community Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Reopening Information: Thursday 3rd September 2020

Dear Parents and Carers, Since lockdown began, and HCPS remained open to key worker children and subsequently to children in Nursery, Reception,…

End of Term Letter – July 2020

Dear Parents/Carers As we move towards the end of this school year it is clear that it will conclude like no other. No excited Year 6 pupils…

Newsletter: 13th January 2020

Welcome back! A happy new year to everyone, and a warm welcome to our new pupils and their families, Leah-Mae Duncan in 1HA, Edward Davidson in 5G…

Governor Newsletter: December 2019

Governors are responsible for setting the school’s vision and strategic direction, for holding the Headteacher and Senior Leadership team to account…

Newsletter: 13th September 2019

Welcome back! We are coming towards the close of our first full week of the autumn term and it is great to see all children settled in their new…

Governor Newsletter: July 2019

Governors are responsible for setting the school’s vision and strategic direction, for holding the Headteacher and Senior Leadership team to account…