COVID-19 Update

Academy Closed - Hartley Primary Academy's provision for child care for the children of key workers and key vulnerable groups will be based at Milestone Academy (tel: 01474 709420) from 23 March until further notice.

Academy will be closed during the May half term.

Click here for additional information

Term 6: Home Learning will be posted on your Google Classrooms from w/beg 1st June 2020. 

Amazon cancels subscriptions of books and audio stories for as long as schools are closed.

All stories are free to stream on desktop, laptop, phone or tablet using the following link: https://stories.audible.com/start-listen.

 

If you have any concerns about wellbeing or keeping your child safe during these times, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Dutton (Designated Safeguarding Lead) via our academy email address (office@hartleyprimary.org.uk). For further emergency contact information, please click here.
  • Hartley Primary Academy

    Happy, Positive, Achievers

  • Hartley Primary Academy

    Happy, Positive, Achievers

  • Hartley Primary Academy

    Happy, Positive, Achievers

  • Hartley Primary Academy

    Happy, Positive, Achievers

  • Hartley Primary Academy

    Happy, Positive, Achievers

  • Hartley Primary Academy

    Happy, Positive, Achievers

Welcome to Hartley Primary Academy

At Hartley Primary Academy we are
HAPPY, POSITIVE, ACHIEVERS !

Happy: we are all safe, inspired and empowered to be the best that we can be.

Positive: we all work together, supporting each other with self belief and self motivation,

Achievers: we are determined to achieve what we set out to do and more.

Learning is built upon experiences that are real and relevant. Whilst we follow the National Curriculum we also respond to the interests and needs of the children to ensure that each term the activities excite and engage everyone. We pride ourselves on our Outdoor learning environment which is used extensively by all year groups, stimulating and embedding learning experiences through practical activities and the natural medium of our beautiful woodlands, pond and grass areas.

Well being and equality is central to our ethos and is driven by our Rights and Responsibilities charter. At the top of this charter is the right to be respected along with the responsibility to respect others. All children and staff have the right to learn and access the same opportunities regardless of differences in background or need.