Hayes Primary School is situated on the edge of the countryside and is set in extensive grounds; it enjoys all the advantages of a city school whilst retaining its village character. The school prides itself on providing an excellent, broad and balanced curriculum and ensuring high standards in the core subject areas of Reading, Writing and Maths. In our relentless drive for excellence, our aim is that all pupils should develop as effective learners, have excellent social and emotional skills and fulfil their potential.
We are delighted to announce that Hayes Primary School has again been awarded the Inclusion Quality...
Our Year 5 and 6 pupils went to St Mary’s Church for a Christmas assembly and to see the unvei...
We are collecting loose parts for play. Loose parts are any materials that can be easily moved...
A big thank you to all of the kitchen staff for their hard work in creating such a delicious Christm...
The Hayes Community Christmas Concert was a huge success enjoyed by all with fantastic performances...
3:05 PM - 13 Feb 19
KS2 pupils have received special assemblies this afternoon from the Breck Foundation. The tragic story of Breck is such a powerful message for our pupils to hear. Parents, we hope you will join us at 17:00 for your workshop. https://t.co/BMCY3qb2EJ
8:10 AM - 4 Feb 19
The Breck Foundation @thebreckfound are hosting a parent workshop on Wednesday 13th February in the small hall from 17:00 to 18:00. They will be using Breck's story to educate our community about the risks of online grooming!
3:01 PM - 15 Jan 19
We would like to say a huge thank you for all of the loose parts donated so far! They have been sorted into the new sheds ready for the children to use in their play. https://t.co/Y7CgjrG1HC
10:52 AM - 10 Jan 19
What shape do you think the answer is?
10:49 AM - 10 Jan 19
Year 6 pupils enjoyed this tough maths challenge today. Can you draw a quadrilateral (4 sided shape) on the grid that has an area of 24cm squared and a perimeter of 26cm? https://t.co/RYCPDaimMI
11:01 AM - 8 Jan 19
Year 6 enjoyed representing the human circulatory system as part of our topic 'Staying Alive'. https://t.co/0A5wZPbQ0y
3:35 PM - 18 Dec 18
Year 5 had a great DT day building Norman castles with a working drawbridge! https://t.co/4wdMX37djW
February 18th 2019 – February 22nd 2019
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March 30th 2019
April 8th 2019 – April 22nd 2019