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Please check the diary page for all our upcoming events during the summer term! 

24th May - Last Day of Summer 1

Welcome to Hare Street
Community Primary School & Nursery

At Hare Street School, we provide a foundation for life in a happy, high achieving school, where all individuals have high expectations of themselves, respect each other and fulfil their true potential. We are a school to which our whole school community, children, staff, parents and governors are proud to belong. We hope you enjoy our website.


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 The New Hare Street Uniform!

I am sure you will all agree that the new Hare Street uniform looks incredibly smart! The full uniform list can be found on our Uniform page.




 Hop into a day at Hare Street! 

Shotokan Karate England are beginning a new Karate club at Hare Street School! Some of our pupils already train at the association and participated in a fantastic demonstration in assembly. Take a look at our Karateka! 

Karate at Hare Street!








Time for School!    


Children who are on time for school start the day settled, relaxed and ready to learn!

Years 1-6 must line up on the playground by 8:45 with Reception children lining up outside the Early Years Playground. Teachers will collect classes at 8:45 promptly ready to begin the school day.


Why should I arrive for school on time?

It is important that children arrive in school on time everyday for a number of reasons.

  • It is the legal responsibility of parent/carers to ensure that children attend their registered school on time each day.
  • If a child is late they miss important information about the day's activities.
  • A child that is late will miss school work.
  • Children that arrive in good time for registration are able to talk to their friends before school and settle into the school day with them.
  • A child that is late disrupts staff and other children.

Lateness = Lost Learning! 

5 minutes late each day = 3 days lost per academic year

10 minutes late each day = 6.5 days lost per academic year

15 minutes late each day = 10 days lost per academic year

20 minutes late each day = 13 days lost per academic year

30 minutes late each day = 19 days lost per academic year