We run a breakfast club every morning from 8am,
The School Day
Our school hours are as follows
Reception and Key Stage 1 (Year 1 and Year 2) 8.40am-3.10pm
Total teaching time for Key Stage 1 is 33 hours hours per week
Key Stage 2 (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6) 8.40am to 3.20pm
Total teaching time for Key Stage 2 is 33.5 hours per week
After School Club
After school club runs everyday between 3.15pm – 5pm.
At Hurst Green we hold daily Collective Worship, this follows a half termly, 1 year cycle to cover our 6 Christian Values as well as the major Christian festivals including Harvest, Christmas, Easter and Pentecost.
Term 1 Friendship
Term 2 Compassion
Term 3 Trust
Term 4 Forgiveness
Term 5 Wisdom
Term 6 Perseverance
Peripatetic Instrument Tuition
Currently the children have the opportunity to learn keyboard or violin during the school day
At Hurst Green Church of England Primary School, we try to introduce our children to a wide range of different extra- curricular activities. There are different clubs and extra- curricular activities to suit a range of interests. The clubs run on a term to term basis and currently include gymnastics, art, gardening and wilderness.
Gardening Club preparing the beds for planting.
Please note that some of our clubs are charged for, but costs are kept to a minimum to enable all children to participate.
We are always on the look-out for new and exciting clubs for our children. If you run a club, or know of one that would be great for our children, please let the school office know.
We want all children to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to live healthy and active lives. We have been awarded the internationally renowned Healthy School award, which recognises our school’s healthy practices.
All Hurst Green children have the opportunity to participate in many healthy, positive activities both during and outside school hours. All children participate in lots of Physical Education on a regular basis. We also run several in-
Our school offers each child the opportunity to purchase healthy, delicious school lunches each day (please note that from September, 2014, every child in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 is entitled to a free hot school lunch).
At Hurst Green Church of England Primary School, we recognise the importance of sustainability and environmental education. We are aware of our environment and respectful of the resources and facilities that we use.
Our school building has achieved a ‘very good’ rating under BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method), and, as a Green Flag Eco-School, we are very proud of this rating.