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Enabling children to flourish and succeed

Higham On The Hill C of E Primary School

Higham on the Hill is a small, rural, village primary school located in the heart of England.  The school has smaller than average class sizes, with 92 pupils over 4-year groups. This helps them to create a warm and happy learning environment for all who work and play there. The school has a rich 170-year history of helping the children from the local community to learn. The school has maintained its Good standard, which has been reflected in the grade awarded to the school by Ofsted.

 

Mission Statement: 

Growing Faith, Challenging minds, discovering talents. 

"Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it." Proverbs 22:6

Through God's love and Jesus' teachings, we will enable our whole school community to flourish by developing knowledge, skills and understanding; nurturing positive attitudes to the future and recognising the difference we can make to the lives of others.

 

Our Values: 

  • Higham on the Hill C of E Primary School encourages and promotes Christian Values. We actively live out our values during our school day and beyond and reflect on all of the values we uphold across the year. 
  • The document below outlines the Christian Values as they are taught across the school and reflected on in collective worship and during learning and recreation times.

 

Our Vision:                                                                                                        

The Christian ethos of our school and teaching ensures our children are confident and happy learners who are ready for life in modern Britain.

 

Ofsted 2017: 

“Under your clear leadership, you and the other staff have established a positive, caring school ethos and culture. Pupils thrive, both in their academic and personal development.”

 

Results: 

Pupils at Higham on the Hill continue to meet the expected standard in reading, writing and maths at a percentage above the national and local authority average. The results for the school have consistently increased over the past 3 years. 

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