Huncoat Primary School  : 'Achieving Together'

 

CARING      RESPECTING     CO-OPERATION      RESPONSIBILITY     DETERMINATION     APPRECIATION       HONESTY        

HUNCOAT PRIMARY SCHOOL IS GOOD IN ALL AREAS - Ofsted November 2012

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Welcome to

Huncoat Primary School

 

Huncoat Primary School is located in Huncoat Village, Accrington. We have 210 pupils on roll between the ages of 3 and 11.

 

Visit our website to find out more about our fantastic school.  

                             

    

 'Achieving Together'

 

 

Our school Values

 

In September 2014 we introduced a set of seven School Values that are at the heart of all we do.

 

The values we promote across the school community are :

 

Caring, Respecting, Responsibility, Honesty, Determination, Cooperation and Appreciation

 

 

                             

 

 

 

HOT OFF THE PRESS

 

More footballing success for Huncoat. Accrington Stanley Kids Cup winners and 2014 Hyndburn Schools Football league winners !

 

Well done to everybody who represented the school - you deserved it.

 

'Very positive relationships exist between all of the adults and pupils in school’

  

‘The effective and purposeful leadership of the Headteacher has set a clear direction for school improvement' 

Ofsted June 2011 

  Huncoat Primary school was inspected by Ofsted on the 13th and 14th of November 2012. The inspectors judged the school to be good in all areas.

                                    

 

PUPIL PREMIUM 2014

 

The Pupil Premium is additional money that schools receive based on Free School Meal  numbers. To find out how Huncoat School used its pupil premium in 2013 take a look in our documents section.

  

If you feel you may be entitled to receive Free School Meals contact Mrs. White or Mrs Alldritt in the school office.

 

Website last updated 05 12 14

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