Ofsted official report: Good with Outstanding features
We are delighted to be able to release the report of Ofsted's visit to us in June of this year. We are graded Good with aspects being Outstanding. The full report can be read here.
Reception open days for 2024 starters
please click here for dates and details of how to book.
Welcome to: The Local school with a big heart
A very warm welcome to the William Hogarth School’s website. I hope you will find it informative and get a real flavour of what a fantastic place our school is to learn and thrive.
Sitting at the heart of the local community, our school’s atmosphere and ethos reflect the rich cultural diversity that surrounds us. Caring, vibrant and welcoming, we value every child for who they are and are resolute in our determination to achieve our aim of being an inspiring learning community with high expectations, where all feel safe and happy and everybody has the opportunity to unlock and realise their potential. To help us do this, we always have in mind four key principles that have children at their heart:
Excellence for everyone
Everyone is accountable
Every second counts
If you are a prospective parent and would like to find out more about our school, please do contact the office manager Mrs Rachel Henry in the school office to arrange a visit. If you are already a parent of children at our school, I hope you are able to find the information you are looking for easily.
Our harvest assembly videos
Year 6 Riley class - filmed at Home Farm - Sept 2023
World wide issue with embedded Twitter streams.
Due to recent changes made to Twitter - feeds like ours are not working - you can however click on the link at the top of the widget to see our daily tweets.
Action for early years settings and schools: measles vaccination uptake.
Measles can be very serious and spreads easily. Children and adults who contract measles can end up in hospital or suffer long term health consequences. In rare cases, it can be fatal.
Measles is completely preventable with the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine. The first dose is offered to children at 1 year of age and the second dose at 3 years and 4 months. Measles outbreaks happen when not enough children have been vaccinated and can be very disruptive in educational settings.