Hartlebury Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School

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Pre-School and the Early Years

Our Early Years unit is run by experienced teacher Mrs Anneka Hall, who is supported by a team of very experienced and highly skilled Early Years specialist teaching assistants and by Mrs Moira Fudge, our Early Years administrator. We operate as a mixed-age Pre-School and Reception unit, with a fresh, exciting and well-resourced learning environment that operates from two distinct learning rooms and a large outdoor learning space with canopy and playground. Early Years children also make good use of our field, pond and stream area during outdoor learning opportunities and play time.

For further information about our Pre-School and to apply for a place, please telephone the school office on 01299 250312 or email office@hartlebury.worcs.sch.uk

Having a place in our Pre-School DOES NOT guarantee a place in our school. Admissions to our school are arranged by Worcestershire Local Authority Pupil Admissions. Children in our catchment area are given priority. All children will need to apply, by January of their intake year, for a place in the Reception Class via the Local Authority admissions department. Please apply via Worcestershire School Admissions www.worcestershire.gov.uk/schooladmissions

 

School Admissions

If you live in Worcestershire and your child is due to start school in Reception or to transfer from First or Middle school to Hartlebury Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary school during the school year 2022/2023, then you must apply to Worcestershire County Council for your child/children’s school place. Please click on the link below for further details:

www.worcestershire.gov.uk/schooladmissions

 

In-Year Transfer

If you wish your child / children to join Hartlebury Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School during the current school year then you can complete the required CA1 application form by clicking the following link:

In-Year Transfer

 

Parents of children resident outside Worcestershire

If you wish to apply for a place at any Worcestershire school, you must complete an application provided by your “home” LA. (The “home” LA is defined as the Local Authority relevant to the child’s home address). The “home” LA will ensure that the application details are passed on to Worcestershire LA for consideration in the allocation of school places.

If you are not resident in Worcestershire, then you should obtain admission details from your home LA, even if your preferences include schools within Worcestershire.

The 2022/2023 Admissions and Transfers to Schools Information for Parents’ Book and the Starting School parental guide, Transfer to Middle School and Transfer to Secondary School parental guides will be available on the website www.worcestershire.gov.uk/schooladmissions

If you are applying after the closing dates, please contact School Admissions or our school directly for further information.

 

Admissions Documents

  • Admissions Policy – 2022/2023

    Submitted: Sep 2021 - Type: PDF

  • Admissions Policy – 2021/2022

    Submitted: Sep 2021 - Type: PDF

  • Admissions to Severn Academies Trust

    Submitted: Sep 2021 - Type: PDF

Time table for Admissions and transfers intake for 2022-2023

First / Primary SchoolsHigh Schools
Applications open1st September 20211 September 2021
Closing date15th January 202231 October 2021
School offer notification dates16th April 20221 March 2022

How do you apply?

  • Apply online at www.worcestershire.gov.uk/schooladmissions
  • You will need an email address.
  • You will be sent an email to acknowledge receipt of your submitted application.
  • If you do not have access to the internet, you can get online at any Worcestershire library.
  • Training on “How to get online” is available free to all Worcestershire Library members.

Our Pledge

The Governing Body aims to guarantee the following opportunities for all children, regardless of gender, creed or academic ability, whilst they are a full time pupil at Hartlebury Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School.

  • To develop the pupils’ spiritual well being through a secure Christian and caring ethos.
  • To be offered four residential educational visits during Key Stage 2.
  • To learn and develop basic skills in a variety of competitive sports.
  • To participate in stage drama productions in a variety of capacities.
  • The opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument.
  • To study the basics of two modern foreign languages.
  • To have a code of conduct that serves the community.
  • To make a positive contribution to society.

Our Vision

Hartlebury Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School aims to provide the best holistic outcomes for all its children, their families and the wider school community through a secure Caring Christian ethos; creating and nurturing a culture of high aspiration and expectation regardless of social, economic or cultural backgrounds. Our vision contributes to the best possible start for individuals as unique, confident citizens of the future.

Our Christian Distinctiveness

At Hartlebury Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School we have a nurturing environment embedded with the core Christian values of Love, Tolerance and Forgiveness. This trinity of Christian values is underpinned by many other values that we learn about and develop throughout the year. Although our values are not exclusively Christian we approach them through the teachings of Jesus and develop our understanding from this Christian view point.

We strive to create a school family that nurtures and supports the whole school community; treating everyone with love, compassion and respect. We aim to:

  • Prepare children for life in a multi-cultural, multi-faith world.
  • Support children’s social, moral, spiritual and cultural development.
  • Enable children to consider and develop Christian values and beliefs as a positive force for good.
  • Be inclusive; fostering a real sense of community and unity for all our stakeholders.
  • Enable children to understand and develop the Christian values of Love, Tolerance and Forgiveness.

We have close links with the parish church of St James’ in Hartlebury. Members of their congregation join us regularly for worship. We celebrate a daily act of worship with the whole school based around our monthly value. Worship is led by a variety of people and groups, including the children, the teaching staff, the vicar, members of St James’ and our local community. Parents are always welcome to join our worship.

Christian Distinctiveness Documents