Our vision is to develop well rounded, confident and responsible individuals who aspire to make a positive impact on society.
Our mission is to provide a well-balanced and comprehensive curriculum that supports students’ intellectual and moral character in order to improve their life chances, relationships, social mobility and employability skills in a safe and caring environment.
Our aim is to improve learning outcomes for all children, ensuring that everyone fulfils their potential and thrives.
In accordance with Government policy, we have a policy relating to the promotion of British Values.
Responsibility - We take ownership of our actions
Respect - We consider the feelings, opinions and property of others
Curiosity - We are eager to learn and show interest in the world
Creativity - We ask questions and use our imagination to generate original ideas
Honesty - We do the right thing and have integrity even when it is difficult
Compassion - We show kindness and a desire to help others.
Resilience - We learn to cope with change, challenge and adversity
Reflective - We consider our experiences in order to improve ourselves
Confident - We trust our abilities, value ourselves and have courage to act
As an inclusive, forward thinking school that embraces the latest advances in education and care for children, we value our history as a learning community. Haygrove School was established in 1973 and is located on the former site of Dr Morgan’s Grammar School on Durleigh Road, Bridgwater. Dr Morgan’s philanthropic act of bestowing a school upon our community in 1723 is an excellent example of how we can ‘make a positive impact on society’.
In 2011 Haygrove School became an Academy. More recently we became the founding member of the Quantock Education Trust (formerly the Haygrove Academy Trust), with two partner primary schools joining in 2019. This relationship has helped all schools develop a collaborative approach towards school improvement and sustainable communities. The success of this model has encouraged an additional secondary school to join the trust in 2021.
"Our child was doing very well at primary school and we were looking for a school that would encourage academic achievement and had excellent sports provision. So we chose Haygrove."
Year 7 Parent