Head Teacher’s Welcome Message

Welcome to Timothy Hackworth Primary School. We are proud to be a Rights Respecting Gold Award school, serving our children and the local community.

I would like to take this opportunity to extend a warm welcome to you and your children as Head Teacher of Timothy Hackworth Primary School, where together we will celebrate your child’s achievements and their love of learning. It certainly is a privilege to be Head Teacher of our school; a school which I am certainly proud to be part of.

At Timothy Hackworth, we are keen for all of our children to be the very best that they can be. Our children are happy children, who enjoy coming to school and being part of our Timothy Hackworth Primary School family. We strive to ensure that our children experience success in a nurturing and inclusive environment, to help the children to understand that they make a positive difference to the world in which we all live, and to have high hopes and ambitions for themselves and for other people. We believe that it is important to celebrate and share British Values within our whole school community as part of our Rights Respecting School ethos.

We encourage our children to be unique, creative, open-minded, reflective and independent individuals, respectful of themselves and of others in our local community and our wider world. We aim to guide and nurture our children so that they can grow into safe, caring, reflective, democratic, responsible and tolerant young people and adults. Thank you for sharing this important journey with us.

Working together in partnership with parents, carers and the local community, we work hard to provide our children with the best possible life chances, and to be rightly proud of themselves and their efforts as special, unique individuals.

With very best wishes,

Mrs. L. Boulton
Head Teacher

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