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Husthwaite is Proud to Hold Sainsbury's School Games Gold!

Welcome!              

Click on the video below to see a day in the life of our school or click here

 

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Thank you very much for taking an interest in our school.  Selecting a school for your child can be a difficult task.  There are many aspects to take into consideration, both educational and social, but it is a choice only you can make, because only you can know what best suits your child.  By browsing our website we hope that some questions you may have about Husthwaite Church of England Primary School will be answered.

We think our children are bright, caring, enthusiastic, confident and well-balanced individuals who work together towards common goals.  We believe it is vital to fully extend our pupils’ capabilities, igniting an enthusiasm for learning that will stay with them for life.  Each child is welcomed in to our school and is nurtured as an individual to enable them to reach their full potential.

After visiting our website we hope that you can get a feel for the life and values here at Husthwaite.  However, I would encourage you to come and pay us a visit so that you can meet the staff and pupils. 

I am the Executive Head Teacher of Husthwaite Church of England Primary School and I split my time between Husthwaite and Sessay Church of England Primary School. I enjoy spending time with the children and am privileged to have a role that allows me to work in two small schools with wonderful, hard working and caring children, staff and communities. Please contact the school to make an appointment or to ask any questions.

Rebecca Bainbridge

Executive Headteacher

 

 "From their individual starting points, pupils make good progress.  By the time they leave school, they reach standards that are generally above average in reading writing and mathematics" OFSTED October 2013