Where exciting futures grow from strong roots

Welcome to Henry Hinde Junior School. We hope that our website will begin to help you see what our wonderful school can offer your family.

Our children are at the heart of everything we do. Our team of staff are skilled, hardworking and committed to developing all of your child, not just their academic ability. We recognise that success for every child will be different and we celebrate this in numerous ways. Achievement and good behaviour are encouraged using a positive approach.

To view our prospectus, please click here.

Principal: Jennie Nurse
head@henryhindejunior.co.uk
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The purpose of our school is to help all of our children to achieve their dreams. To support this we have a strong set of school values that create a strong learning environment.

Our learners are involved in the planning of their topics, we then involve the community in the reviewing of our topics to ensure that we provide our learners with exciting, stimulating topics which the children become fully absorbed in using a cross-curricular approach.

Whether you are looking for a school for your child, or are even interested in working with us, Henry Hinde Junior School is a fantastic place to learn and work.

Pupils are well behaved, respectful and polite. There are good relationships between pupils and staff. The school makes a strong contribution to pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
Ofsted 2018

We are proud of our commitment to continuous improvement and do all that we can to make every child's experience at our school worthwhile and rewarding.

From giving our pupils unique experiences through out Forest School programme, to some fantastic enrichment and residential opportunities, we believe it is vital that we inspire a love of learning and instil a passion in our pupils to understand and explore the world around them.

Latest news


New Principal and her dog receive a warm welcome at Henry Hinde Junior School 

Henry Hinde Junior School’s new Principal and her faithful dog, Lola, have received a warm welcome from staff, pupils and their families. Jennie Nurse, who became Principal at the start of this term, joins Henry Hinde Juniors from her role as Headteacher at Catherine Junior School, a good school with outstanding features in Leicester. With […]

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Henry Hinde Junior School waves farewell to popular Principal

Pupils and staff at Henry Hinde Junior School in Bilton are waving a fond farewell to Principal, Rachael Allen, who has made the difficult decision to move to a school closer to her home. Mrs Allen, who joined the school in September 2016, has made an incredible impact during her time at Henry Hinde Juniors. Praised by Ofsted for being […]

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HHJS marks World Book Day with a Car Park Library 

On a ‘normal’ World Book Day, children that attend Henry Hinde Junior School might have come to school dressed in their pyjamas, or as their favourite book character, but things were a little different this year when the school marked the annual occasion on 4th March.   In order to celebrate the event during lockdown, the […]

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We are proud to be part of the Transforming Lives Educational Trust.

The Transforming Lives Educational Trust was established in 2016 through a partnership between high-performing primary and secondary academies in Rugby, Warwickshire. Since then, the Trust has grown with the addition of primary and secondary academies, including a secondary free school and a successful Teaching Alliance.

The Transforming Lives Educational Trust believes in the transformative power of learning and its singular ability to broaden horizons, deepen perspectives and extend potential. TLET wants its family of academies to provide a springboard for children, young people and staff so that they become exemplary citizens who strive to stretch their potential and become transformers in a diverse and ever-changing world.

The Trust wants to add value to its academies and the communities they serve - schools should be better served being part of the Transforming Lives family than not. It’s a simple but vital measure for all that the Trust does and how it adapts in the pursuit of its vision of “Learning Today for the World of Tomorrow”.
You can find out more about the Transforming Lives Educational Trust here.