COVID-19: SCHOOL CLOSURE
Due to the outbreak of Corona Virus, our school is closed to most pupils until further notice:
- If your child has an EHCP or an allocated Social Worker, they are entitled to continued access to school.
- If one of you is a Critical Worker, they are also entitled. (click here for more information)
- If your child is entitled to free school meals because you are on certain benefits, you can collect a packed lunch from school daily. Please call the number below by 9.30am each day to let us know if this is the case.
The above limited service will be provided weekdays, through the school holidays until further notice.
However, following Government advice, we are seeking to keep the number of children in school to a minimum; to protect them, other children and our staff.
All children must be dropped off and collected from the Before / After-school Club door to the rear of school. Free school meals can also be collected from here.
During the closure the main school office is closed and phone calls are not being taken on the normal school number. The main school email will be checked daily (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You should have received a copy of your child's Teachers' direct email. However, if you need this re-sending, please contact the main office email above.
The following number is only to be used by parents of children who continue to attend school - and only if necessary:
Respect – Responsibility - Resilience – Kindness – Teamwork
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Please have a look at our new link to Parent Info, this is a collaboration between Parent Zone and NCA-CEOP, providing support and guidance for parents from leading experts and organisations on our Pupil Parent support page.
- We are very proud of our school and our children. Our pride is matched only by our ambition for the children and the school. We strive for excellence; that’s why we don't take for granted what a great school we have. We’re sure you will feel the same.
- We are a caring school with traditional values. We have fantastic facilities and Teachers who love learning. We strive to nurture happy and successful children who remember their primary school days as very special ones.
- At Hoyle Court we believe that every child has the right to reach their potential in as many ways as possible. We are therefore committed to providing the best and broadest possible education for your child and strive to continually find ways to improve in order to meet this aim.
- Children begin their primary education by developing confidence, independence, resilience and self esteem. They are encouraged to become self disciplined, responsible and motivated learners within a caring and purposeful environment where every child is valued.
- We believe that working together in partnership with parents is essential in order to equip every child with the necessary skills they will need to succeed in our ever changing world. Parental interest, encouragement and support are warmly welcomed .
- I hope you find the information on this website is a useful guide to both what we believe in and what we can provide. If there is anything further you wish to know please do not hesitate to ask.
Tim Phillips, Headteacher
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Please look on our Mental Health and Well being page for more details and link to their website.
Our Vision for Hoyle Court Primary School
- We will nurture children’s self-esteem and enjoyment of school so they can all feel proud in achieving high standards and making progress in every part of life.
- We will create a school where everyone is inspired to succeed and where all staff, pupils, parents and governors play a collective role in its successes, through shared responsibility and involvement.
- We will develop learning which is engaging and meaningful and provide memorable experiences through learning, broader aspects of school life and developing children’s interest in the wider world.
- We will support our school community and each other through our enthusiasm, compassion and through building trusting relationships where everyone feels supported and listened to.
- We will ensure positive attitudes to learning are nurtured and children’s enquiring minds are challenged, inspiring them to become resilient and self-assured learners so they can be the best they can be.
- We will lead by positive example through demonstrating the very best standards of conduct, moral purpose and integrity so everyone involved in our school feels valued and respected.
- We will grow a safe and respectful environment where children are confident to make responsible choices, guiding them to grow into healthy, caring and productive citizens who are aware of their rights and responsibilities.