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What a busy half term!

Last week Class 4 enjoyed their time on residential at Manor Adventure and came back full of wonderful stories about what they got up to! I think they will be very ready for a restful half term holiday after all the activities they did! The teachers reported on how wonderful the group was and it was great to hear they represented the school in such a good light, well done!

This week we have also had some fantastic cross country representatives who took part in the Level 2 North Shropshire Cross Country championships, well done to all who took part and particularly to those who are going on to take part in the next County level of competitions.

To coincide with World Book Day on Thursday 5th March we will be having visits from two children’s authors. They will be running workshops, one with KS1 and another with KS2 during the run up to World Book Day, we will send out further details nearer to the event.
This term there will also be a formal appointment opportunity to talk to your child’s teacher during parents’ evenings, on the 25th and 26th February. If however you have any concerns regarding your child at school please do not wait until then to discuss them with us, you can always make an appointment with the class teacher or to see me, we will make time to see you and sort out any issues however large or small as best we can.
I look forward to a successful 2015 at Hinstock Primary as we continue to work to ensure that ‘tomorrow’s success begins today’.

Please check out our Letters pages for any letters you feel you may have missed...

February Newsletter.pdf

December Newsletter.pdf

  • October Half Term Newsletter.pdf

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    Hinstock Primary School
    'Tomorrow's Success Begins Today'

    Dear Parents and Carers

     Welcome to Hinstock Primary School


    This website aims to help you understand Hinstock Primary School and answer any questions you may have.  As a school we welcome sharing this important period of your child’s life with you.


    At Hinstock School every effort is made to provide a stimulating and broad balanced curriculum, to prepare your child for future education giving them the skills and enthusiasm to pursue learning throughout their lives.  We acknowledge the importance of developing a caring and stimulating environment, where your child’s self-esteem grows enabling them to take risks and learn confidently through their achievements and mistakes.  We are an inclusive school that develops independence, responsibility, kindness and good manners, preparing pupils to be responsible citizens.


    Our aim is to enable every child to fulfil their potential and have opportunities to develop their own skills and interests. We encourage every child to be the best they can be and do the best they can do.


    The best way to appreciate our aims and values is to make an appointment and visit the school.  We want your association with the school to be a long and happy one.  Working closely with parents is an important element of our work for the success of every child.  We hope you will encourage your child to contribute to the life of the school and take part in and enjoy the many opportunities provided here.



    Rachael Williams