Welcome and thank you for visiting our website. I hope that as you explore, you get a flavour of the school that we are so proud of.
Parents, governors, pupils and staff work together in close partnership, in order to continually improve all aspects of school life and we are very fortunate to have an active Home School Association who work enthusiastically for the benefit of the children. We have an evidence-based approach to everything we do in school and engage in external research as well as conducting our own; this involves all teaching staff and teaching assistants and sees us collaborating with different universities and educational organisations.
Our pupils enjoy a wide range of educational experiences at Hunter’s Bar aimed at further enriching their educational provision; two residential trips, engaging with visiting authors and quizzing local experts are just some of the activities which are designed to help them find their passion and ‘Ignite Lifelong Learning’. Physical education is a cornerstone of what makes Hunter’s Bar special and we have a full time PE specialist working alongside staff and children to ensure our PE curriculum is rich and of high quality.
We are very fortunate to have such an interesting, diverse group of learners who bring with them different experiences and viewpoints that ensure everyday there is something unique to celebrate. A very keen school council ensures that the views of our children are not only heard but acted upon. We feel it is everyone’s job in school to instil our children with the very best attitude toward learning and our school ‘Secrets of Success’ are what drives us forward.
If you would like to visit us, please do not hesitate to contact the office and make an appointment. I look forward to meeting you.
4 ways to develop mind-body awareness with young children: https://t.co/hHzJPcEfro
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Hunters Bar Infants
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Minecraft: Education Edition
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