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St Mary's Hare Park Primary School and Nursery

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Welcome

A message from Mrs. K. Karwacinski, Headteacher:

 

St. Mary's Hare Park is a happy school. Our best advertisement is our children, who work hard and play hard in a caring, secure environment. We pride ourselves on the individual attention that ensures excellent progress in all areas of our broad and balanced curriculum.

 

The best way to appreciate our school is to experience it for yourself.  You are warmly welcome to visit us, meet the staff and children and experience the happy ethos of our community.

 

We are justly proud of being accredited in 2015 with Outstanding status in our Ofsted and Diocese of Brentwood Religious Education Inspections and being reaccredited with the Early Years Quality Mark (an award that celebrates and supports continuous improvement in literacy and numeracy.)

 

Please find below an extract from Ofsted 2015 report. Please visit the About Us menu to access a copy of the full Ofsted Report and our 2015 Diocese of Brentwood Religious Education Inspection Report.

 

The Headteacher provides outstanding leadership. Her pursuit of excellence has secured outstanding teaching, achievement, and personal development of all pupils.  Leaders at all levels, under the guidance of the inspirational Headteacher, have successfully built on previous strengths to improve the school’s performance still further. Teaching is outstanding. Teachers have excellent subject knowledge. Their passion for their subjects ignites pupils’ curiosity and love of learning. As a result, all groups of learners make rapid progress, including in English and mathematics. Pupils’ behaviour is outstanding. Their exemplary attitudes to their learning and their work ethic are major contributors to their outstanding achievement. The promotion of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is threaded through all areas of the school’s work. Pupils have a mature appreciation of the wide range of cultural differences within school and beyond. They are exceptionally well prepared for life in modern Britain.  The school’s safeguarding procedures are robust and protect pupils from potential risks or harm. Pupils are kept very safe.  The provision for early years is outstanding. Children quickly acquire skills to help them become resilient, responsive and cooperative learners.

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