Welcome to Our School


Hartpury C of E Primary School is set amidst the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside and, as such, outdoor learning plays a key role in children’s development. Our school has a strong Christian ethos; these values form the backbone to learning and are supported by strong links to the local parish churches.

The school, which was purpose-built in 2000, has three mixed-age classes and a separate class for our Reception cohort. We are passionate about teaching and learning, and about providing memorable experiences from which children develop the skills needed to move forward both socially and academically.

Our school has a kind, caring and supportive teaching staff, who work closely together as a team and ensure each child achieves their full potential. The school is well supported by a friendly parent body, who are encouraged to play a full part in everyday school life.

As a small, rural, village school, Hartpury provides a supportive and nurturing setting, in which children of all abilities and backgrounds thrive.

Mr Simon Millington
Head Teacher


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OFSTED 2014:

‘Pupils make good progress in reading, writing and mathematics and achieve well in all year groups.’

‘Teachers are particularly good at extending pupils’ learning by asking questions to get them to think more deeply. They are also good at planning work that is set at the right level, particularly in mixed age classes.’

‘Children in the Reception class make good progress. Strong links with the adjacent nursery ensure children settle well into school life.’

‘Teaching assistants are very skilled and well qualified and play a key role in supporting pupils’ progress.’

‘Pupils’ behaviour is good. Pupils are polite and welcoming and often demonstrate care and concern for each other. They are keen to learn and regularly show high levels of concentration in lessons.’

‘Systems for keeping pupils safe are thorough. Pupils say they feel safe in school, and parents agree’