Updates!

Key workers' and vulnerable children are entitled to attend school during lockdown, but there is no requirement that you do so and you may have alternative childcare arrangements that you can use.  If you intend to send your child to school on any day, please email key@haygrove.somerset.sch.uk.

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Following recent Government announcements regarding COVID-19 testing for all students and staff at school, please make sure you have confirmed or declinded consent for your child to be tested.  Click here to find out more and how to confirm your consent

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ALL PARENTS - we are using email and the parent app to communicate with parents/carers, please check your spam/junk folder regularly and remember to save the sender email address as a contact so that future emails from school will go direct to your inbox. Please also register for the Parent App if you have not yet done so and remember to turn on notifications so that you are aware when a new email or message is sent. 

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HAYGROVE SCHOOL

Our Code of Conduct

Rights Responsibilities
To have the best education which will help me achieve my full potential. The school should be supported in providing the best possible education for all students.
To be allowed to work hard in lessons. Not to distract others, making it easy for everyone to work.
To be treated with respect. Not to harass or be rude to others.
To feel safe from violence and verbal abuse. Not to be physically aggressive or verbally abusive to others.
To be supported by everybody around me. To help others whenever possible.
To be part of a well-ordered, clean and tidy environment. To do my part in keeping the school clean and litter free.
For people to respect my views. Not to unfairly criticise the views of others.
To feel that my personal property is safe. Not to steal or damage others property.
To have access to the best equipment and materials that the school can provide. To take care of all school equipment and materials so that everyone can have the benefit of using them.
To attend a school that has a good reputation. To behave in a way that improves the school’s reputation, especially in the public eye.

"Pupils behave well in lessons and around the school. They are polite and respectful of adults and each other." OFSTED 2016

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