Headteacher: Mrs Jac Johnson
SENCO: Mrs Tracy Aldous
Administrator: Mrs Louise Ball
Chair of Governors: Mr Martin Cox
Address: Hartwell Primary School, School Lane, Hartwell, Northampton, NN7 2HL
Telephone: 01604 862880
Please email or call Mrs Ball in the school office if you have any questions or queries.
If you are interested in sending your child to our school please do call us to arrange an informal visit so you can come and have a look around. We would be more than happy to show you around and answer any questions you may have. To apply for your child to attend our school, please click on the link below which will take you directly to the West Northamptonshire County Council Admissions page:
To view our current Admissions Policy please visit our policy section
School uniform can be purchased through our supplier Big Fish:
All orders must be made online at Big Fish Schoolwear
School login details are:
Before checkout, please set up your own username and password to complete the order
Free delivery to school during term time.
To view our current School Uniform Policy please visit our policy section
Please find below a link to our current Ofsted report:
Due to the pandemic, there were no statutory assessments for 2019/20 or 2020/21. Schools do not need to publish their key stage 2 results for 2021/22 as the Secretary of State will not publish this data. This is because statutory assessments returned for the first time since 2019, without adaptions, after disruption caused by the pandemic.
Please follow this link for our 2018/19 results:
Please follow this link to our school on the Department of Education’s performance measures website:
The school day starts at 8:45am and ends at 3:20pm, in a typical week this amounts to a total of 32.5 hours.
To view our current Behaviour Policy please visit our policy section or follow this link:
The pupil premium grant is funding to improve educational outcomes for disadvantaged pupils in state-funded schools in England. The following groups of children are eligible for pupil premium:
- Pupils who are eligible for free school meals, or have been recorded as eligible in the past 6 years, including eligible children of families who have no recourse to public funds (NRPF)
- Children looked after by local authorities (referred to as looked-after children)
- Children previously looked after by a local authority or other state care (referred to as previously looked-after children)
The recovery premium funding is part of the government's package of funding to support pupils whose education has been impacted by COVID-19. It is a time-limited grant providing additional funding for state-funded schools in 2023/24.
Pupil premium £16,700
Recovery premium £2,000
Pupil premium strategy statement
All schools that received pupil premium funding must publish a pupil premium strategy statement each year by 31st December. Please follow this link to our most recent statement:
The PE and sport premium is funding for additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.
Please follow the link below to our PE and sport premium reporting template which gives details of:
- Swimming and water safety
- The amount of premium received
- A full breakdown of spending or how the funding will be spent
- The impact on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment
- How the improvements will be sustained over coming years
- What percentage of pupils within a school’s Year 6 cohort are meeting the national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively, and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations
As a public body, Hartwell Primary School must comply with the public sector equality duty in the Equality Act 2010 and the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017.
Please follow this link to our Public Sector Equality Duty statement:
Please follow this link to our SEND Policy (incorporating Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Report):
Please follow this link to our Complaints Policy:
Please follow the links below to our financial information:
If you would like to see a copy of the Funding Agreement, please contact the school office.
Our current Trustees are as follows:
- Margaret Ball
- Liz Basham
- Lara Bruce
- Martin Cox
- Max Isherwood-Crook
- Jac Johnson
- Sally McCulloch
- Ian Messenger
- Kirsty Murphy
- Elisha Smith
- Charlotte Wilson
- Bev Wise
Our current Members are as follows:
- Richard Alcock
- Peter Cantley (The Diocesan Corporate Member, Diocese of Peterborough)
- Martin Cox
We do not have any employees who have a gross annual salary and benefits of £100,000 or more.
Please follow the link below to our Charging and Remissions Policy:
At Hartwell Primary our guiding Christian Values and resolute belief that all children can achieve mean that we support and challenge every child to aim for the highest standard in who they are and all they do.
We aspire for our children to achieve their full potential in every way so that they develop a lifelong love of learning in order to experience life in all its fullness.
We do this by:
• Providing a welcoming, secure and inclusive environment which stimulates our learners to be confident, hardworking and to respond positively to challenge
• Promoting personal responsibility, good citizenship and Christian and British Values that develop high behavioural and moral standards
• Delivering a rich curriculum which ensures balance and breadth, and prepares our children for their future
• Delivering learning that is challenging and fun which meets the individual needs of our children
• Encouraging respect for all and active engagement with our community and the wider world
Hartwell Christian Values
H is for honesty every day
“Better to be poor and honest than rich and dishonest”, Proverbs 28 v 6
A for achievement and aspiration in every way
“A person will reap exactly what he sows”, Galations 6 v 7
R is respect in what we do
“Respect everyone – love your fellow believers”, 1 Peter 2 v 17
T is for trust between me and you
“Trust in the Lord – he helps and protects you”, Psalm 117 v 9
W is for well-being, be confident in what you say
“A peaceful heart leads to a healthy body”, Proverbs 14:30
E is enthusiasm at work and play
“Whatever you do work at it with all your heart”, Colossians 3 v 23
L is for listening with kindness and care
“Listen and understand”, Matthew 15 v 10
L is for loving God’s world which we share
“Love conquers all”, Proverbs 10 v 12
‘Believe, Aspire, Grow’
What our children say about our Christian School Values
'Honesty is all about being truthful with your friends and teachers. It's important to own up to your mistakes.'
'Looking after people's well-being is all about respecting others' opinions, behaving well (because it makes you feel good) and caring for the environment'
'Our values of enthusiasm means that we encourage others, believe in what we do and keep trying if we can't do it yet!'