At Huntingdon Primary School life is slowly beginning to return to a new normal.

We now have different groups of children accessing school and learning in different ways. See below for the latest information depending on how you’re accessing school.

If you are worried about anything of a Safeguarding nature you can email the HPS Safeguarding inbox

School opening update:

Dear Parents/Carers

We are looking forward to being fully open for all our children in September.

You will see in the media that the government have made more announcements about how schools should operate from September. Over the next few days we are going to work closely with the Local Authority and other local schools before finalising our plans.

We will send out further details next week…

Elaine Lynch

June 9th: Summer Newsletter

The Summer Term edition of the HPS Newsletter is available to download now. It includes some important information for all parents about school, including the plans for September.

Download it here ]

Vacancies – Join team HPS

Temporary Cleaner

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Support Staff Application Form

Job Description here:
Job description for cleaner – 2019

Midday Supervisor

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Support Staff Application Form

Job Description here:
Job description midday supervisor

Teaching Assistant

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Support Staff Application Form

Job Description here:
TA Level 1  | TA Level 2

Choose the group that relates to you for more information.

Transition details: children moving up a year in September

EY, Y1, Y5 & Y6 returning to school

Early Years, Y1 & Y6 Staying at home

Home Learning for Y2, Y3, Y4 & Y5

Key Worker Childcare at school

September 2020 new starters

A message for our children

School is a lonely place without you

We have a little message for the children. How many members of our staff do you recognise?

What does school look like?

You may be starting back at HPS soon

Many things are familiar, but some things have changed to keep us all safe. Find out what’s different in our video:

Either at home or school our children use Seesaw to create a digital portfolio of work. In the last 7 days we've had:

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Home Learning happens on Seesaw

Seesaw allows you to see activities set by your teachers, submit your work for feedback, get comments and communicate with your teachers. We use it in school to share our learning and, for those of you at home, we use it for Home Learning too.

Access Seesaw from wherever you are using any device. Tablets, laptops, phones, ipods, Apple, Android, Windows, Linux. It works everywhere!

Home Learning Timetables

Home learning timetables for the different year groups are available here. Check Tapestry or Seesaw for more detailed instructions and feedback.

Last updated: 29/6/20

Home Learning Resources

We’ve collected together links to online educational resources that are allowing free or reduced cost access for all home learners. From unlimited free audio books from Amazon, to learning packs by subject and educational games. We’ll add to this list as we find out about new quality resources.