The New Year has already got off to an amazing start with lots of visits and extra-curricular activities. We are looking forward to Book Week in March as we are really keen to encourage all of our children to have a joy of reading. Parents and carers can also look forward to our Class Assemblies this term where our children will be show casing their Topic learning.
As the Head Teacher of Hook Lane Primary School I, alongside the Staff and Children would like to extend a warm welcome you to all. We hope that our website will enable you to find out more about the work of our school and the values we share.
We want to foster curiosity in all our children and a love of learning so that they are able to take on new challenges and make good progress.
We encourage all children at Hook Lane Primary School to strive to achieve their aspirations through the use of praise, reward and by setting realistic yet challenging expectations. We want our children to have the skills necessary to contribute to the wider community and become lifelong learners.
We respect and value the support of parents in the education of their children and share your expectations for your child: to be happy, safe and to learn well at our school.
Mrs N Cummings Head Teacher
Answers to the written questions we received from parents regarding the proposal to join the Maritime Academy Trust can be found by clicking here.
At the end of a very hard-working term, some of the children took part in a talent show competition. We thoroughly enjoyed watching! Below are some images of our very talented and amazing pupils...
This half term, we have been working with Arty Party (an arts and craft company that we have been fortunate to work with before) to create a wonderful mural for our playground wall.
A theme of 'World Sports' was chosen by the children. The school council then voted for their favourite three designs, These were then used as inspiration for the final piece of art. Year 5 thoroughly enjoyed working alongside the artists.
I am sure you agree that the mural looks amazing!