About Us

Covid-19

The safety and well-being of our St Andrew’s family is, of course, paramount. Please contact the school for further information.  A copy of our comprehensive Covid-19 risk assessment is available from our School office. You can find out more about how we are supporting our children to catch up on missed learning due to Covid-19 …

Welcome

Welcome to St Andrew’s CE Primary School, Much Hadham. We very much hope you enjoy browsing our website and finding out about our vibrant school. St Andrew’s sits in the heart of Much Hadham, serving families from the village and surrounding areas including Bishop’s Stortford, Puckeridge, Ware and Sawbridgeworth. We offer our children an inclusive, caring …

Our School

Our School is situated on Tower Hill in the centre of the village of Much Hadham on the site of the original Victorian village school.  Much Hadham is 5 minutes away from Bishop’s Stortford. We have extensive accommodation in two buildings and main  areas for sport and recreation, consisting of grass, asphalt and a purpose …

Church School

St Andrew’s School is a Voluntary Aided Church of England Primary School and Nursery in the Diocese of St Albans. The whole school frequently walk to St Andrew’s Church for celebrations and special school services. These services are led by the local clergy. The clergy regularly come in to lead worship in school and are …

Vision and Values

Our mission statement We are an inclusive community where each child knows they are loved and valued for who they really are and can grow to their full potential within the love of God. Our School vision: Life in All its Fullness – Come and See Jesus said, ‘I am the good shepherd … I …

Pupil Parliament

St Andrew’s children are fully involved in making our school ‘The Best School in the Universe!’ Our Pupil Parliament meets weekly to debate the ‘hot topics’ affecting the school, our local area and the wider world. The Pupil Parliament is led by two elected ministers, ably assisted by their cabinet leaders.         …

Nursery Admissions

Parents of prospective pupils are encouraged to visit the school.   Appointments can be made through the school secretary.  Please call our school office on 01279 842626 to arrange. Date Applications Open Date Applications Close Nursery Class 18  January 2021 12  March 2021 Parents wishing to apply for a place at St Andrew’s School Nursery in …

School Admissions

Parents of prospective pupils are encouraged to visit the school.   Appointments can be made through the school secretary.  Please call our school office on 01279 842626 to arrange. For admissions to Reception in September 2021, please contact Hertfordshire County Council admissions department to be added to the ‘waiting list’ before a place is allocated. As …

Staff

Headteacher Mrs C Dimond Deputy Headteacher Mrs H Cole Teachers Mrs J Small – Inclusion Co-ordinator/SENDCo Mrs S Healey – Nursery Mrs G Kitchen – Reception Miss O Sharp – Y1 Mrs H Cole – Y2 Miss Z Harris – Y3 Mrs J Handley – Y4 Mrs L Watson – Y5 Miss A Broomfield – …

Governors

  None of our governors has any financial interest. Name Governor Category/ Appointed By Term Committee/ meeting attendance during current academic year Link roles Business Interest Mrs Lindsay Steel (Chair) Foundation/ PCC 20/9/2020 – 19/9/2024 Finance (2/2) Personnel 1/1) Curriculum (1/1) Premises (1/1) Admissions (1/1) (Chair) GB (2/2) Safeguarding Child Protection CLA Attendance Year 6 …

KS2 Results & Secondary Transition

End of Key Stage 2 Results 2019 Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, there are no results for the academic year 2019-2020. What is a Scaled Score? A pupil’s scaled score is based on their raw score. The raw score is the total number of marks a pupil scores in a test, based on the …

British Values

Promoting British Values at St Andrew’s  In 2014, the DfE reinforced the need “to create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.” The government set out …

Envision Partnership

“Envisioning a better future for our pupils”   What is the Envision Partnership? 16 primary schools in the Bishop’s Stortford area have formed a strong partnership called Envision to work collaboratively and deliver school to school support work across the primary phase. The schools have historically worked well together, and this formalisation will cement their …

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