Aims, Values & Ethos

At Hunters Hall, our ethos incorporates British Values; promotes high self– esteem; enjoyment; empowerment; high expectation of achievement; respect, and equality for all. We do this within a nurturing, vibrant, and safe environment. Our intention is to value each day by making it engaging, challenging, productive, and equipping every pupil with the essential knowledge, transferable skills, compassion, and resilience to have success in the future.

Our school song: “Believe” highlights the characteristics and attitudes which we, as a school, feel are essential to achieving greatness.

  • To make the school a happy place where children want to learn, take pride in their work, and develop a working attitude.
  • To teach all children the basic skills in literacy and numeracy.
  • To foster each child’s talents, be they academic, physical or artistic, and to widen each child’s horizons by introducing them to many experiences.
  • To provide the richest possible childhood with preparation for a rewarding, challenging and worthwhile adult life.
  • To help children develop socially, have a sense of moral values and to have regard for other people’s feelings and situations whatever their colour, race or creed.
  • To help children understand the world in which they live and the inter-dependence of individuals, groups and nations.
  • To empower children to become self-confident and self-reliant.
  • To encourage children to be polite, respectful, considerate, loyal and trustworthy.  
  • To help children appreciate human achievements and aspirations
  • To fully embed the Thrive Approach principles

Remember: I can be anything I want if I can just believe in me.

Our values (Collaborative, Motivation, Preparation, Resilience, Creativity & Curiosity) along with our vision: “I can be anything I want, if I can just believe in me.” should lead to HAPPY children who UNDERSTAND their learning; are NURTURED appropriately so that they are safe, and can THRIVE with their talents and achievements, whilst remaining EMOTIONALLY intelligent and RESILIENT when faced with life’s challenges, thus being fully SELF-AWARE of own ability and their place in society.

Hunters Hall Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Contact Us
Hunters Hall Primary School
Alibon Road
RM10 8DE,
t: 020 8270 4768