Welcome to Hurst Green Primary School and Nursery
A Welcome from the Head Teacher
As Headteacher of Hurst Green Church of England School and Nursery I am delighted to welcome you to our website. We are all really proud of our village school, located in East Sussex. A visit to our school will confirm that from the moment you enter the school, it is immediately apparent what a friendly place it is and how happy and successful our children are. We ensure that our school is a place where children can feel safe and experience pride in their personal and academic achievements.
Our curriculum is rich and engaging and offers children opportunity to fully develop their potential to learn new knowledge and skills. Our talented and dedicated members of staff provide a learning environment that seeks to engage and challenge our children, not only to achieve their potential, but to develop a thirst for learning which allows them to flourish and become inspired to be the best they can possibly be.
Should you wish to learn more about the school, I would be delighted to welcome you in person so that you can judge for yourself what a special place Hurst Green Church of England Primary School and Nursery really is.
With the very best wishes
Miss Allison Flack
A Welcome from the Chair of Governors
We are a Church of England Voluntary Controlled School for children aged two to eleven serving the local community of Hurst Green and surrounding villages.
The school vision and our Christian ethos permeates through everything we do. We are committed to the success of each individual pupil and work with the staff to ensure opportunities are provided for all children to shine as well as promoting high standards of academic achievement . The members of the LGB visit the school often to see the learning that is taking place and are always delighted by the happy, caring and considerate behaviour of the children.
In January 2022, we joined the Diocese of Chichester Academy Trust (DCAT). DCAT supports school development to ensure we provide challenging and exciting curriculums that inspire our children, and through the sharing of resources across the Trust our school also benefits financially through economies of scale.
Thank you for your interest in our school.
Elaine Lambert, Chair of Governors
“Children have a good start in early years with a wide selection of exciting activities.”
“Teachers monitor pupil’s progress regularly and pupils are know as individuals.”
“Pupil’s personal development, behaviour and welfare are good. Pupils are friendly and respectful to adults and to each other. They have positive attitudes to their learning.”
“This is a nurturing school. Consequently, pupils are cared for well, and feel safe.”
“Following a services of rapid improvements, teaching, learning and assessment have many strengths.”
Ofsted May 2019