Values and Ethos
At Highfield Hall we try to ensure that all children work hard, behave well and are kind to each other. Highfield Hall children are happy and proud of their school.In everything we do we seek to ensure that the children in our care develop a strong moral code, an awareness of right and wrong and tolerance towards others. In this way we believe that we encourage the best of British Values (see below).
Highfield Hall offers children the opportunity to develop their creative and sporting talents and to consider the more spiritual aspects of life. Our curriculum is designed to give children the cultural capital they need to be successful, as well as building towards our core values. These core values are being responsible, creative, resilient, compassionate, emotionally and physically healthy, able to think critically, curious and respectful citizens.
We have high standards of attainment and give our children the best start to their education.
Highfield Hall is a busy, friendly primary school for children aged between 3 and 11 years. We have at present approximately 410 children on roll. Our school was originally a Georgian mansion built before 1800 by the Eyre family, it has been a school since 1930.
We have a purpose built Nursery, opened in 1989 and an infant block opened in December 2001. We have our own swimming pool on site which is used by all children from Year 2 onwards. In our beautiful grounds there are two playgrounds, a large grassed area, allotments and an enclosed nature area with a pond.