We welcome everyone, whatever your background,
so that you can achieve your God-given potential.
Thank you for showing an interest in Archbishop Hutton’s Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School. We hope that you find our website as informative as possible and that it gives you a clear indication about our school’s organisation, ethos and curriculum.
Is your child the first one in the family to join us? Welcome! We look forward to a happy and successful relationship with you as your child travels on their learning journey through our school for the next seven years. Do you already have a child or children in the school? Then we look forward to continuing to work with you in supporting your child on their learning journey.
At Archbishop Hutton’s School we are committed to our Christian Foundation and want to enable children to make good choices in life based on our Christian values. At our school we value the love of God and respect one another. Our school is a safe, happy environment in which there is no discrimination and all people are treated equally. We provide the children with an excellent education within a caring environment. We are committed to providing a broad and balanced curriculum in which children receive excellent teaching and enjoy their education. We are committed to excellence and will endeavour to teach your child the basic skills of Reading, Writing and Mathematics within the framework of cross-curricular themes that include all National Curriculum subjects, Religious Education and Personal Social & Health Education. These skills will enable your child to be a life-long learner and prepare them both for their on-going formal education and the world of work. We aim for children to reach their potential in all spheres of education.
We aspire to work in partnership with parents, encouarging their involvement in the life of the school and in the education of all children.
We welcome prospective parents and visitors to our school and would love the opportunity to show you round!
Should you have any further queries regarding then please contact us.
Sarah Watson (Associate Headteacher)