On Friday 16th June 2017, Nigel Huddleston MP came to visit our wonderful school and look at out fantastic ECO Peace Garden. Nigel sent a letter of thanks and hopes to see us in the not-too-distant future. The Eco Peace Garden project is a worthy recipient of all the funding we have received and has created a productive and welcoming environment for Hartlebury students. A huge ‘Thank You’ must go to Miss Bagnall and Mrs Purslow for all their hard work and efforts in making our Eco Peace Garden so wonderful. Both ladies have given up a lot of their spare time to create an inspirational learning tool. We are very grateful for all the time taken to make this project happen. Thank you and Well Done!
Pupils within the Severn Academies Educational Trust (SAET) were inspired following a visit of a Veteran history-making Astronaut. Please read the Newspaper Article that highlights the FANTASTIC Experience for our Pupil’s.
Well done to everyone who entered the Space Writing Competition following our visit from astronaut Michael Foale.
Year 12 English Students from Stourport High marked all entries and were very impressed.
The winners were Millie and Aimee.
The following students were highly commended:
We had a visit on Thursday 14th March 2019 from a gentleman who used to attend Hartlebury CofE Primary School. John sent through a lovely email thanking us for our time. Please read the email below.
I just wanted to thank you for your time today for showing me and my mum around the school. It brought back so many memories. It was very kind of you and please pass on our best wishes to Mrs Unitt. It was great to see the school full of lively happy children.
We had come to take some flowers to my father’s grave. He grew up in Hartlebury and was very proud to have attended the grammar school.
Governors Visited School – Wednesday 23rd May 2019
The School Governors visited school all together to meet the children and staff; joining in with the fun learning we do every day. They were delighted with all they saw; delighted meeting our children and finding out about school from their point of view. This was part of the Governors function and we were delighted to invite them all in on a ‘learning’ day.