Dear Parents and Carers
Our school is currently open to children of key workers or those families with vulnerable children, Early Years children, Year 1 and Year 6 in line with the Government guidelines. We are providing remote learning to all other children. Please follow this link should you require more information about keeping your children safe while they are free to spend more time online while out of school.
Please find below a link to the guidelines for the definitions of key workers:
Should you require any information please contact the office on 014730652344 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please take care and look after yourselves.
Covid-19 information can be found following these links:
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Welcome to our School!
On behalf of the pupils, parents, staff and governors I would like to welcome you to Hintlesham and Chattisham Church of England Primary School and to our website. We are proud to be a church school serving our local villages and working in partnership with our community.
Our School Vision
“Jesus is the light of the world … we are gems that reflect his light as we learn. “
The Christian Bible talks of God seeing humans as his jewels in the making (Malachi 3:16-17).
Our classes represent precious jewels, every individual sparkling gem, child and adult, has amazing potential. All are valued, and valuable, as God’s children: his special treasure. Our Christian Values are embedded in the smoothing and polishing process, as we learn together to become the best we can be.
Our School Aim
Our aim is to provide a caring, supportive environment, centred on Christian values, in which every child has the opportunity to achieve his/her full potential.
At our school we strive to:
promote a learning partnership between children, parents, teachers and governors.
enable each child to achieve his/her full potential through a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum.
encourage each child to develop a sense of self-esteem, self-discipline, personal responsibility and respect for others.
maintain strong links with the community and ensure that the school continues to be seen as an essential future asset to the village.
promote spiritual awareness and respect for all other religions and cultures.
provide a stimulating, safe and secure environment, which fosters a sense of pride and ownership in the school.
provide a broad range of challenges and experiences in order to enhance the confidence, knowledge and skills of our children.
Our Golden Rules
Be Kind; Be Safe; Be Positive; Tell The Truth; Respect Everyone
Our school is a place where…
Pupils are safe and happy with high attendance.
Staff are constantly looking to improve and focus resources to gain the most impact.
Parents work in partnership with the school to secure the best outcomes for their children.
Leaders and Governors have a comprehensive approach to self-evaluation; taking an active role in the local Pyramid’s drive for collegiate working and self-improvement.
We all celebrate the achievement of every child.
Debbie Jackson (Head Teacher)
Class 1 - Ruby Age 4-5
Class 2 - Emerald Age 5-7
Class 3 - Sapphire Age 7-9
Class 4 - Diamond Age 9-11
Paper copies of any information website can be provided on request