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.
Open Mornings for Reception Children starting in September 2022 We warmly invite you to visit our...
We have a number of indoor and outdoor facilities available for hire at Hayes Primary School.
The Hayes Primary School Junior Travel Ambassadors have been selected to attend the top Team Ce...
Well done to all of the children who raised just over £500 for the Breck Foundation by not usi...
Our sponsored walk on Friday 24th May was hugely successful! It was lovely for all the children t...
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...
8:06 AM - 6 Dec 21
A big thank you and well done to everyone who entered the JTA e-scooter poster competition. Jaik (Year 2) and Sharmi (Year 6) were the winners. Sharmi then came as a runner up in the borough competition. Well done! https://t.co/iLv9BhsjAi
8:02 AM - 6 Dec 21
3:12 PM - 3 Dec 21
Good luck to our Year 4, 5 and 6 pupils who are trialling for the Kent County Korfball team at Langley Girls this evening!
12:21 PM - 3 Dec 21
Our Year 6 pupils absolutely loved Kensuke's Kingdom and were moved by the emotional ending. We reflected on our favourite part of the story and wrote questions for Michael Morpurgo. https://t.co/xSG9IVZ03I
4:59 PM - 30 Nov 21
Another fantastic Win for the Girls football team in the knockout cup. An excellent performance by all the team. Looking forward to round two in the spring term.
2:16 PM - 30 Nov 21
Today, Year 5 participated in a class debate. Our motion was 'Does saying bad things make you a bad person?' inspired by the book we are reading in English 'There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom'. We worked as a team to create strong arguments to present to the audience. https://t.co/ctMeh33FVj
8:19 AM - 26 Nov 21
Congratulations to our mixed netball team who played in the Bromley Primary Schools High5 Netball finals yesterday afternoon, finishing 2nd behind Balgowan Primary. Well done to all the children that took part excellent netball skills on show.
3:44 PM - 25 Nov 21
EYFS children are loving the text, 'How to catch a star.' They have caught and decorated their very own salt dough star. A big 'Thank You' to Mrs MacDuff who baked 90 salt dough biscuits at the weekend. They also baked star biscuits and will be writing instructions on tomorrow! https://t.co/1NFPgAdBRe
4:52 PM - 23 Nov 21
Well done to the boys football team! They just missed out on the semi-finals at a competition today! ⚽The 9-a-side team finished top of their group and are looking forward to playing the other Autumn league winners next term. https://t.co/yN0YyvoQw4
3:31 PM - 20 Nov 21
Well done to all the children took part in the Yr5/6 Cross country meeting at Crystal Palace. A special mention to Eva Yr5 and Luca Yr6 both finishing 3rd in their respective races.
11:52 AM - 19 Nov 21
Great work! https://t.co/teyqGPBMBl
2:00 PM - 17 Nov 21
Year 6 are enjoying their Computing unit - Advanced Programming. We created a traffic light simulation and we extended some pupils to create a pelican crossing and multiple sets of lights for crossroads. https://t.co/KdYwExN5bp
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