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Everything we do at Huntingdon is about giving each of our children an outstanding education which will transform their lives. At our nationally recognised, culturally diverse school, every child really does matter; every child can achieve.
The first thing you will notice when we welcome you to Huntingdon is the vibrant, happy, calm environment. We have worked very hard to achieve this because our children deserve an environment which inspires them to learn and helps them to discover their unique talents.
The outstanding quality of our teaching and learning is based on a genuine partnership between staff, children and the community. Through inspirational teaching, a genuine concern for wellbeing and a rich abundance of learning opportunities within and outside school, we nurture high aspirations in our children for themselves, their school and their community.
Our children understand they are responsible for the choices they make. They know that making the right choices, self-belief, high expectations and working hard will empower them to shape the future they want. They respect themselves, their peers, their school and their community. In turn, each one knows they are valued.
We are all proud of our achievements at Huntingdon. Our journey to becoming an outstanding school has been a remarkable one.
As a National Support School we have shared our learning with other local schools and have been enriched by the experience. Our profound belief in the transformational power of partnership working is embodied in the creation of the L.E.A.D. Academy Trust as a catalyst for improving educational outcomes for children on a much wider scale.
We welcome you to Huntingdon and look forward to you joining us on our continuing journey.
We are currently looking for Relief Midday Supervisors to help out
We would congratulate Rebecca Hyder, our Leader of Inclusion, on being
It is with great sadness that we have to inform you
We currently have some Relief Midday Supervisor vacancies. Please ask at
Diana Owen, Chief Executive of the L.E.A.D. Academy Trust and previous