It is a great pleasure to welcome you, on behalf of staff, governors and pupils to our school website.
At Hambrook we aim to provide our children with the best possible education and to develop the whole child, in our safe and caring environment. From the first moment that you walk through our doors, you will notice our positive ethos, see smiling children (and staff) and witness children positively engaged in their learning. Our children achieve academic success but, even more importantly, they leave us confident, resilient and ready for the challenges ahead of them.
We believe that this is achieved through a close and trusting relationship between home and school, working together at all times to promote the vision, aims and values of the school.
Please do take the time to look through all of the information and children's work that is on the site. It shows you how well the children are learning and being taught. We are very proud of our school and enjoy celebrating our successes.
Visitors to the school are always welcome, so if you have any questions, or would like to arrange a visit to our school to see our learners in action, please contact Ms Williams or Mrs Lewis in the school office on 0117 9568933.
If you would like your child to attend our school, please apply for a place through South Gloucestershire Council by calling 01454 863310 and by applying online by following the link:
Mrs J Rubel
Some material sorting going in #hambrook1 today. Discussing similarities about the different materials.
Well done to our #celebrationassembly winners this week!
Move over George Lucas and Steven Spielberg... you have some fierce competition in #hambrook5! Here are a few short clips from some of the movie trailers that our pupils have been making since Easter. Coming soon to a cinema near you???
#Hambrook1 have been taking inspiration from Giuseppe Arcimboldo. We discussed the different seasonal produce used for each portrait and are looking forward to creating our own fruit and vegetable portraits!
It was fantastic to be able to welcome Father Malcolm back into Hambrook today to lead our collective worship in the hall with #Hambrook3 and virtually on google meet with everyone else! We’ve definitely missed him.
#hambrook1 have been measuring accurately and comparing length using the < > and = symbols.