Welcome from
the Headteacher

I feel very privileged to be introducing myself as the Principal. The positive, warm atmosphere and constant drive for improvement at Henry Hinde Junior School makes it a very special place. We have an active AIM board and PTFA and the school is supported by a wonderful community.

We are based on an extensive and extremely pleasant site which includes a large field and playground. It was purpose built as a Middle School in 1974 and has eight classrooms, a library, music room, family room, a nurture room and hall.

Your child will be placed 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.

We know how valuable each day at school is, so we want all of our children to be happy and safe, and to access an exciting, broad curriculum. We aim to extend opportunities outside of school in sport, dance and drama, for those children who wish to take these up.

As Ofsted noted in November 2018: "The curriculum and extra enrichment, such as sport, music and the creative arts, are having a positive impact on pupils’ enjoyment of school. The school makes a strong contribution to pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development."

We aim to work closely with families. You know your child best and we believe that working together is the most beneficial way. If there is anything you need to know then please get in touch and come and talk to us.

We love our school and we hope that you will too!

Jennie Nurse

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

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...

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