Welcome...It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to the Hugo Meynell Primary School website. We hope you will find the site interesting and informative. We have been judged by Ofsted to be a good school with outstanding features and we hope our website reflects that.
At Hugo Meynell we provide a secure, stimulating and caring Christian environment in which we give children the best possible start to their education. All our staff are dedicated to providing the finest educational experience for all children in a caring, fun and stimulating environment. We expect the years children spend at our school to be happy and successful. When children join our school they are welcomed into a warm, comfortable environment in which the atmosphere and provision lead to effective learning. The school culture begins with the needs of the child and reaches out towards the family and the future.
We want Hugo Meynell Primary School to be a learning community where education is viewed enthusiastically and children want to learn. We want your child to enjoy school and have fun while they are learning. Everyone at our school believes every child matters and we recognise and nurture each individual's qualities to promote a love of lifelong learning skills. I hope you enjoy exploring our website. I would be grateful for any comments you have about the site.
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"Hugo Meynell Primary School is a welcoming school. Pupils are happy and polite. In lessons observed, pupils were well engaged and motivated to learn." OFSTED October 2017
"The hard work of the leadership team has ensured that the school has continued to improve and that pupils learn and achieve well." OFSTED October 2017
"Children in early years get a great start to their education because the area is led effectively. Teachers work closely together to ensure that they and their respective teams adapt the curriculum to suit the needs of individuals and groups of children. The proportion of children who attained a good level of development at the end of their time in Reception has remained above the national average." OFSTED October 2017