Every day when I come to work I feel very proud to be the headteacher of this school. Everyone at Havelock works really hard as a team to deliver the best possible education and outcomes for the children. It feels like an exciting place to be for children and staff alike. As a UNICEF Right Respecting school we champion the rights of children and ensure that pupil voice supports and informs our whole school priorities.

Our school motto, chosen by the children, is Exceed to Succeed. This captures the high expectations every stakeholder has in every aspect of school life. We offer an exciting broad and balanced curriculum where children are encouraged to be inquisitive and make a positive contribution.

I hope you find our website informative and useful. If you have any queries or require further support please contact the school office.

Best wishes

Mrs C Rees

Vision & Values

Success, nothing less.

By creating an exciting and challenging learning environment we ensure that every child reaches their full potential on their journey to a bright and successful future. 

At Havelock we believe that children learn best if they feel valued, secure and part of a supportive community, so we have invested in systems that support this approach. Our vision is to enable pupils to thrive to be the best they can be within a calm and purposeful environment, so that they make a successful transition to high school and leave as confident, thoughtful and articulate learners.

As a UNICEF Rights Respecting School our values link to the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child.  Every time we talk about values we encourage the children to link them to Children’s Rights. Each class has a Class Charter that highlights the UNICEF Articles that they feel are important to be a successful member of their class. The Charter also outlines the responsibilities of adults (known as ‘duty bearers’ ) to support children’s rights.

As a UNICEF Rights Respecting School we are passionate about children’s rights. Every child at Havelock has a vital role in upholding these rights and we encourage all our children to lead in this respect. Mrs Rees and her staff have an open door policy where we encourage pupils to tell us how they think we could improve things at the school. Each class also has a ‘worry box’ where they can write any concerns that they might have.

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