OPEN EVENING for Reception Children 2015 - Wednesday 12th November 2014 at 6pm. There is the opportunity to see the school on the morning of the 12th November 9.30-11am.
`School Motto: “Learning Together For Life”
It is a privilege to be the Headteacher at Hartford Manor Primary School,
Education changes lives and I am passionate about ensuring all young people are given as many chances in life as possible, through a broad education focused on academic success, excellence in terms of care and welfare, and ensuring their talents and achievements are recognised. When they leave Hartford Manor, I want them to be excited about the opportunities that exist for them and have the confidence and skills vital for success in life. Hartford Manor is an excellent school, where the children leave ready for the next stage of their learning.
When you visit Hartford Manor, you will be impressed by the calm and purposeful working environment, which reflects an excellent mix of social and academic success. Great relationships exist across the school and pupils make superb academic progress. Excellent relationships in schools are a prerequisite for success in tests and assessments. Pupils at Hartford Manor make outstanding progress, and we consistently achieve above national averages in reading, writing and maths.
I am delighted to be Headteacher of this special place, serving all of Hartford and its wider community.
I look forward very much to working with you. Please do not hesitate to contact the school should you have any questions or to arrange a visit.
Ofsted March 2013
"The headteacher and his senior team have inspired rapid, sustained improvements in the quality of teaching and in pupils’ progress and achievement within the past two years."
"Pupils’ behaviour in and around school is outstanding. Older pupils' are wonderful ambassadors for the school and act as caring peer mentors for younger children.
"Most pupils', especially the more-able, make good progress from their starting points and reach, or even exceed, the standards expected for their age at the end of Year 6 in reading, writing and mathematics."