22nd June 2020

Hartwell School Invests in Innovative Technology

As part of our continuous efforts to ensure the safety and wellbeing of children, young people and staff, thermal imaging cameras have now been installed across our schools. The thermal imaging camera is a unique, unobtrusive and safe way to protect pupils and staff from the coronavirus. The camera can be monitored from an iPad…

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1st May 2020

Sensory Circuits A Roaring Success

James Ffitch, Occupational Therapist from Hartwell School recently trialled out a circuit session with pupils online. The 30 minute sensory circuit provides a sequence of activities that are repeated to provide the child with the right type of sensory input to calm and organise them for the day, ready for learning. The trial was a…

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12th March 2020

Hartwell School Celebrate Unicef Award

Pupils and staff from Hartwell School were delighted to learn that they have been awarded the Rights Respecting School Bronze Award from Unicef. The award puts children’s rights at the heart of schools in the UK and recognises a school’s achievement in putting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child into practice within…

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27th January 2020

Ofsted Success At Hartwell School

Pupils, parents and staff from Hartwell School are celebrating following the publication of their first report by Ofsted. The school has been judged as good which highlights the brilliant learning environment the school offers to all of its pupils. The school prides itself on giving pupils a happy, welcoming and inspiring environment where they can enjoy learning and…

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8th January 2020

It’s A Fair Cop for Hartwell

Cleveland Police recently welcomed pupils and staff from Hartwell School to their police station to experience a day in the life of a police officer. By working together, the pupils were able to see the community work the officers get involved in, and the police were able to meet the pupils and get a better…

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10th December 2019

Hartwell’s Football Team Do It Again

  Hartwell School’s football team recently played their second match of the season and to share all the details of the nail-biting game, Chris Dickinson, TA has all the details. The action-packed game kept all the spectators entertained with Hartwell’s goalkeeper, Cole making some excellent saves and new recruit, Luke scoring the first goal. The game ebbed…

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28th November 2019

Football Team Play Their First Match

Hartwell School recently assembled its first football team and already, the aspiring footballers are making a long-lasting impression as they took part in their first football match against River Tees Academicals. Donning their borrowed kits from Stockton Ruby Club, the team were in good spirits throughout the match as they played their experienced opponents. They encouraged…

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15th November 2019

Hartwell’s School Official Opening Event

It has been a very exciting week for pupils and staff at Hartwell School as they celebrated their official opening. The school welcomed parents, carers and professionals to the ceremony where they listened to Head Teacher Peter Ewart talk about the school’s highlights and the vision for pupils that is shared across the whole staff…

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31st October 2019

Pumpkin carving at Hartwell

To celebrate Halloween pupils from Hartwell School got crafty to create their own pumpkin and used the opportunity to raise awareness of autism. Pumpkins were painted blue to make people aware of their autism diagnosis and then taking inspiration from their favourite films and video games, they carved out some spectacular creations. The pupils were…

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1st October 2019

Hartwell School hosts coffee morning

We all know working together makes great things happen and the pupils and staff at Hartwell School have set a shining example of this recently with their charity fundraising in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.  The dream team worked together to bake scones, cakes and other delights for parents and carers, who they invited to…

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