Welcome to Hady Primary School
I have always believed primary education to be about the ‘whole child’. Children are not ‘receptacles’ to be filled with information but to inspire, challenge and excite and develop a love of learning.
At Hady Primary School we help the children to make sense of the world around them, to develop their sense of place and worth, to establish a value system they can live by and prepare them for taking their place as good citizens in our rapidly changing world. In many respects we are attempting to educate our children for a world that as yet does not exist.
At our school we work as a team, in partnership with parents, to create and maintain a safe learning environment where children can learn and develop as individuals. We provide challenge, expect high standards of individual attainment, behaviour and application but in so doing provide children with support and a ‘safety net’ should they not always succeed.
Every Hady pupil is valued and respected regardless of ability, gender religion or ethnicity.
Children can start at Hady at the age of 3yrs and stay with us until Yr6. We view the school as an ‘organic whole’ and not three separate Key Stages. Children move between Key Stages with the minimum of disruption to their learning and confidence.
Staff, subscribe to the ‘Hady Ethic’ and share a common ‘child centred’ philosophy.
We strive to meet the needs of the community and we currently offer wrap around services, 30hr funding places for 3yr olds and we employ a Nurture Well Being Manager who supports the whole family not only the child.
The school is welcoming and portrays our vision. We take pride in the children’s work and there are clear messages around the school on what our values and aims are. The school extends to the whole environment including the magnificent grounds inc large playing fields and access to a woodland. This resource acts as part of the classroom. IT, library and resources are also accessible to all pupils to support the learning.
We pride ourselves on keeping children safe. Our safeguarding goes beyond policies and procedures but is a culture which is woven throughout our whole school.
This web site can only give you a flavour of what we offer. Please contact us if you would like any further information.
School closes for the Bank holiday for one day on 07.05.2018 re-opens on 08.05.2018. Spring bank week - school closes on 25.05.2018 at 3.15pm and re-opens on 04.06.2018. Inset day on 22.06.2018 and school will be closed to children.