Honeybourne Primary Academy
Turning potential into success

Welcome to Honeybourne Primary Academy  

A very warm welcome to our website and thank you for your interest in Honeybourne Primary Academy. 

Honeybourne Primary Academy is a happy, nurturing school with an inclusive ethos where every child is valued, without discrimination, on the grounds of gender, ethnicity, culture or disability. We want children to enjoy school and work in partnership with parents, to enable children to reach their full potential both academically and socially.

We have around 200 pupils between the ages of 4 and 11, with our Nursery welcoming children aged 2,3 and 4 years for payable and/or 15/30 hours per week Nursery Education Funding – a perfect start to a child’s school journey.

Our school motto is “Turning Potential into Success” and through a broad, balanced and varied curriculum, we aim to build pupils’ self-esteem and confidence, broaden their experiences and nurture and challenge their skills. This supports every child to become happy, independent learners, keen to discover more about their world. Excellent activities enrich the curriculum within and beyond the school day. Our staff are dedicated to children’s education and have high expectations for all; we take pride in knowing each and every child as an individual. We believe in inspiring children to achieve well in all that they do and in nurturing their talents. It is the key in developing resilience and building their confidence which will enable them to develop and flourish.

Alongside ensuring we provide high quality education and care for all our pupils, one of our key drivers is to ensure that we are the 'school of choice' for all families and children in our catchment area. We have 30 places per year group, including provision for pupils in Year 6. All pupils registered in school therefore will automatically be entitled to a Year 6 place here, no further application is needed. 

Whilst run by the school, our Nursery has its own Manager and is managed independently, therefore the catchment area policy does not apply. Please enquire directly to the Nursery Manager regarding the availability of sessions throughout the year. In all other ways, our Nursery is very much a part of school with the children having the benefit of a cooked lunch if required and eating in the school hall with all the other children. Nursery children also make great use of the school grounds and facilities enhancing their provision. Our Nursery page will give you more information but please email us if you can't find what you are looking for. 

Within this website you will find all the information you will need about our school. Please check regularly as information is updated frequently. Each class has its own page as a way to keep parents up to date with their child's learning and curriculum coverage for the weeks ahead. Our curriculum page provides a wealth of information including subject unit overviews, progression routes and information about how we teach across the range of subjects on offer. 

We hold a number of events each year, providing opportunities to meet with our parents and discuss the building of a successful partnership. I am looking forward to working with you all to continue to build a school with excellent and innovative teaching and learning and to provide our children with every opportunity to turn potential into success.

If you have any issues or questions, you can get in touch with us using the contact us section of the website. Please direct any queries to Mrs Cowley (School Business Manager) or Mrs Evans-Cook (Head of School) on 01386830462. You can also contact our Nursery Manager directly on 07596 862732.  We hope you enjoy using our website and we look forward to working with you and your children.

Mrs Evans-Cook

Head of School

We currently have spaces available in YR, Y1, Y4 and Y5. Please contact the office for more information.