Welcome to Hazelwood Schools

YEAR 6 ARE RUNNING LATE! We will be back at School at approximately 7pm. 

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Welcome to Hazelwood Schools. Nicky

I hope you find our website informative and that it gives you an insight into the rich, diverse and vibrant nature of our school community.

I am very proud to be the Headteacher of such great schools where staff and parents work together in partnership to ensure that we provide our children with the best possible opportunities, education and start to life.
Our staff are dedicated, talented and passionate about teaching and learning  and our children are simply delightful; they are keen to learn, fun to be with and enjoy coming to school.
At Hazelwood we are committed to achieving academic excellence whilst also providing children with an inspiring, broad and balanced curriculum. To ensure our children receive a rich and relevant curriculum, our learning journeys are underpinned by the following principals: thinking skills and problem solving, the creative arts and nurturing responsible citizens.

The work that we do at Hazelwood is always guided by our core purpose, ethos and values.
Core Purpose

  • Inspire awe and  wonder
  • Engage and motivate children to be better than they believe possible
  • Ensure all children achieve their full potential
  • Support children to think, problem solve and learn
  • Give children the foundations to be confident, happy and successful
  • Prepare children for their future lives

Values and Ethos

As you join our learning community we ask you to follow the ethos and values of our schools.
Ethos: Hazelwood is a  welcoming, inclusive, friendly, caring and vibrant community.
Values: Our shared values are honesty, respect, responsibility, resilience, understanding and fairness
Everyone in our community benefits from our values and ethos being demonstrated in all aspects of school life.

I am confident that you and your child will enjoy your time at Hazelwood and will thrive in a happy, community focused environment.

Nicky Ross
Headteacher