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2021 Nursery and Reception Admissions
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Jubilee Picnic - Friday 27th May 2022 - Children can wear Red/White/Blue or Celebration clothing for the day. .
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I am very happy and proud to share with you the latest OFSTED report, March 2020. Although with the recent turn of events it does seem like a long time ago when we were inspected, I do hope that you can read the report and feel proud of the staff and children at Haslemere. OFSTED were impressed with the broad curriculum offer across the school which has clear intent, implementation and impact and has a deep reading focus. The school is the only school in the borough to have achieved 'Gold' Philosophy status and this is embedded in our day to day teaching, enabling children to be creative, critical, caring and collaborative learners. Behaviour in the school is superb and children love coming to school. We are a very inclusive school, with strong support for children with SEND.

The staff team at Haslemere work extremely hard to ensure your children have the best start to their school journey and this report reflects and acknowledges this. 

Some highlights are below:

  • This is an inclusive school in the heart of the community.
  • Teachers build good relationships with pupils and their families. This partnership begins when children enter early years.
  • Pupils enjoy coming to school. They are polite and kind to each other.
  • Pupils know what to do if they have any concerns and feel that they are always listened to.
  • Leaders share a clear vision. Inclusion and high aspirations are at the root of everything they do.
  • Children get off to a good start in the Early Years.
  • Pupils can make meaningful links between subjects and to their prior learning.
  • Teachers are clear about what pupils should know by the end of each academic year.
  • Reading is at the heart of pupils’ learning. Staff provide many opportunities for reading across subjects.
  • Pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) are well supported.
  • Pupils listen attentively in lessons and are keen to do well. They are interested in their learning across different subjects. Lessons are rarely disrupted because pupils follow the rules.


We very rarely ‘blow our own trumpet’ at Haslemere but please tell everyone how amazing our school is and share this good news with your children and families!

Stay safe and keep happy, 

Mrs Groom

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