Christopher Hatton Primary School, Camden
Address: 38 Laystall Street
Phone: 020 72784500
Fax: 020 7278 2232
Website: Christopher Hatton Primary School
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Christopher Hatton Primary School is located in the London borough of Camden. It is a mixed community school, teaching children from 3 to 11 years old.
From their website....
At Christopher Hatton we aim to work in partnership with parents; we believe that a childÂs education is enhanced when there is a positive relationship between home and school. Working together we can build each childÂs confidence by creating a happy atmosphere and sharing high expectations of achievement and behaviour.
Our vision is to inspire all children with a love of learning. We want our children to become outstanding future citizens who are resourceful, resilient and responsible
- We aim to equip children for lifelong learning and to enable them to live harmoniously with the whole community.
- We pride ourselves on the diversity of people who make up our school community and we value the varied contributions that everyone can make to our learning.
- We aim to ensure that each child achieves their full potential, both personally and academically.
- We provide a broad, balanced and exciting curriculum that is sufficiently differentiated in content and style to ensure the best possible level of achievement for all children.
- We encourage children to make decisions for themselves and acquire the skills to become independent learners.
- Through our school organisation and curriculum will aim to help children understand and respect differences.
- We seek to provide a stimulating school environment that creates a balance between the celebration of childrenÂs achievements and the development of aesthetic awareness and appreciation.
- We pledge to work in partnership with parents in accomplishing our aims.
What Ofsted said....
"Christopher Hatton provides an outstanding quality of education for all its pupils. From standards that are very low in comparison with expected levels for their age when they enter the Nursery, pupils reach standards that are significantly above the national average in English, mathematics and science at the end of Year 6. In addition, standards in information and communication technology, music and art are well above average."
The school is organised into eight classes: Nursery, Reception and Years 1 to 6. All teaching is in mixed ability classes, with a maximum of 30 pupils.
The Nursery and Reception classes each have an Early Years teacher and a full-time Nursery Nurse. The classes share a part time Bi-lingual Support Assistant.
Years 1 to 6 have a teacher and Teaching Assistant. Children may also receive support from an ethnic minorities achievement assistant, or SEN assistant where appropriate