Swavesey Village College will be here during the Parent Consultation evenings on the 9th, 12th, 17th and 18th of October to answer any questions you may have regarding the new Northstowe Academy. All of our children except the current Year 6 are due to transfer there as their Secondary School. * * * * * It was great to see so many of you being shown around the school by your children at the open afternoon. If you couldn’t make it, do have a look around during the Parents’ Consultation Evenings. * * * * * Don’t forget to come to the Quiz Night at the Black Bull in Longstanton. The Friends of Hatton Park always put on a great evening and it helps raise funds for the school. * * * * *

Hatton Park is a happy, friendly village primary school that is steadily growing. 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.