We are delighted to welcome you to the website for Huntley Church of England Primary School.
Our rural school is situated on the outskirts of Huntley, Gloucestershire. We currently have 82 pupils on roll, organised into 4 classes: you can find out more by visiting the Class Pages!
Our school motto is “Be the best we can…” and this is underpinned by our school values which are displayed on the Vision page. We value every member of school community, and we believe it is important to recognise and celebrate all their achievements. Our aim is that each and every child should enjoy learning and be provided a wide range of learning opportunities to enable them to achieve their best and be well prepared for the future.
Our school is a happy and harmonious place to learn and work where people are helpful, considerate and respectful of each other. At all times we strive for the highest standards in all areas of the curriculum for all children.
We welcome parents as partners so that, together, we can promote high standards of learning, behaviour and attitudes to enable every child to be the best that they can.
We are proud to be a Church of England Primary School, and we enjoy close links with St John the Baptist Church. We also work closely with 5 other local primary schools and together we make up the GloWMATCH cluster.
We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find any information you are looking for. Please feel free to contact the school directly with any queries you may have.
Mrs Madeleine Owen and Mrs Ella Curtis
“The key strength of this outstanding school is the exemplary pastoral care that it offers. By the time pupils leave in Year 6 they are confident, well-rounded young people, ready to play their full part in the world beyond school. Pupils’ enjoy school and learning greatly and develop very well as articulate, courteous and considerate young people, extremely aware of how to lead safe and healthy lives. A very positive atmosphere permeates the school, relationships are exceptionally strong and this, together with excellent care, guidance and support, results in very happy learners. One pupil spoke for many when saying, ‘This is a great school … it is a privilege to be here.”Ofsted March 2011