Friday, 20 July 2018

Another Outstanding School Year

It's been another fantastic school year at Hacton. There have been so many highlights: superb SATs results that were significantly above the national average in all areas; brilliant school trips; impressive fundraising for charity; spectacular school productions; and, most importantly, happy children who clearly love coming to school.

As the summer term came to a close, children and staff gathered in the hall for the final assembly of the year. Amongst laughter as we reminisced about life at Hacton there were tears of sadness and pride as our Year 6 leavers received certificates and awards in recognition of their achievements. We are so proud of the progress they have made both academically and socially and we feel confident that they are ready for the next exciting chapter of their school life. As well as saying goodbye to our Year 6 pupils, we also said a fond farewell to a few members of staff who are moving on to pastures new. We wish our Year 6 children every success as they venture on to secondary school and we look forward to welcoming back the rest of our pupils in September.

We hope you all enjoy a restful, fun-filled and sunny holiday.










100% Fabulous

Sometimes, adults forget that the things they say in passing are taken very seriously by children. Mr Coombes recently made a rash promise to one of our Year 6 pupils, not realising that he was setting himself up for humiliation.

“I’ve been going to Nail Art club and Mr Coombes said that if I got full marks on my Maths SATs paper, he would let me paint his nails. Guess what? I got full marks! Every answer right! And I got a scaled score of 120 out of 120 in every test. It was a fun reason to work extra hard for my SATs and Mr Coombes looked fabulous with his nails painted!”


Monday, 16 July 2018

SATs Success

Congratulations to our Year 6 pupils for a fantastic set of SATs results. Despite the high expectations of the National Curriculum and the rigorous testing arrangements, our Hacton pupils rose to the challenge and gave it their all.

Determination to succeed and a motivation to learn has resulted in results where 88% of our pupils met the required standard in reading, 92% in writing, 100% in mathematics and 96% in SPaG. This compares very favourably with the national picture where 75% achieved the standard in Reading, 76% in Mathematics, 78% in writing and 78% in SPaG.

Overall 87% of our pupils achieved the expected standard in all 3 areas of Reading, Writing (teacher assessed) and Mathematics. This is 23% higher than the national average of 64%.

We are incredibly proud of all that our Year 6 pupils have achieved this year and these results are affirmation of the outstanding progress each child has made. Well done Year 6!​



Friday, 6 July 2018

E for Effort

Every week, teachers recognise pupils in their class who have made an extra effort. These pupils are presented with the E for Effort cup during our whole school assembly.

Congratulations to all the wonderful children who made an extra effort last week.