Well done to our Reception children for a wonderful performance of ‘The Nativity’. We are looking forward to ‘The Hoity Toity Angel’ by Years 1 & 2 now! * * * * * Monday 18the December is Christmas Jumper Day. Donate £1 to East Anglian Children’s Hospice and add some festivity to your school uniform. * * * * * Our ‘Westenders’ choir are singing at the Over 60’s Christmas Lunch. The residents always look forward to our visit!

Hatton Park is a happy, friendly village primary school with a rising roll. It is situated in Longstanton, Cambridgeshire and is a co-educational school for pupils aged 5-11 years.

Hatton Park is part of the Cambridge Primary Education Trust (CPET)

We have just returned to our village location after a year at our temporary site of The Pathfinder school in Northstowe. Our school’s development has now finished and we are enjoying the provision of more classrooms, a dance studio and some lovely outdoor spaces. We are all thrilled to be able to teach  in such a lovely space and have lots of exciting learning opportunities planned for the children. Come and see for yourself!

Ofsted – Hatton Park was judged to be ‘Good’ in all areas (Achievement of Pupils, Quality of Teaching, Behaviour and Safety of Pupils, Leadership and Management)

Hatton Park School values: our 6Rs

  • Resilience: never giving up no matter how tricky it may seem.
  • Respect: taking care of ourselves, each other and our school
  • Responsibility: rising to what is expected of us.
  • Reflective: being able to look at things from another point of view.
  • Risk-taking: being adventurous with our ideas and our learning.
  • Relationships: working with others at school, at home and in the community.

We will

  • help each individual to discover and develop new skills and abilities.
  • guide children and adults to be the best that they can be.
  • provide challenge and support to achieve high standards.
  • provide an environment where learning is engaging and exciting.
  • care for and value everyone in the school community.
  • provide a secure and respectful environment.
  • encourage children to share the responsibility for their own education.
  • promote good relations with others at school and in the community.
  • encourage children to be moral, self-disciplined, hardworking and caring.