'The school is a calm, harmonious place where pupils grow and become increasingly mature.' OFSTED 2016'Teachers are trained well and have good subject knowledge.' OFSTED'Pupils make good progress in reading, writing and mathematics.' OFSTED 2016'The ‘One World, One School’ ethos ensures that pupils are taught to respect and be tolerant of other faiths and cultures.' OFSTED 2016' The curriculum is carefully designed to enthuse pupils and create a love of learning.' OFSTED 2016'The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.' OFSTED 2016‘Good behaviour and supportive relationships result in learning proceeding smoothly’ OFSTED 2016

School Parliament

 

Our School Parliament is made up of a democratically elected members from Year 1 to Year 6. We meet every month with Miss Bradbury. Each class brings one agenda item to be discussed at the meetings.

We discuss many issues ranging from anti-bullying to recycling.   One of our current projects involves the making of a film entitled RESPECT. We meet every week and we are working with Luke Broughton the drama teacher on this project.

Our School Parliament recently met with one of HGPS School Governors, Mrs Berg, where we were given the opportunity to present to her the roles and responsibilities of the School Parliament.

If you have any great ideas or things you feel should be put forward and discussed by the School Parliament, please see one of our representatives.