Yellow= 490= 4th
Blue= 727= 2nd
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Welcome to Smawthorne Henry Moore Primary School
On behalf of the Governors, staff, pupils and myself, I would like to welcome you to Smawthorne Henry Moore Primary School.
We think our website is fantastic and is designed to give you a flavour of the vibrant life of our school and the quality education that we strive to deliver. We believe that our website is an essential tool in celebrating the incredible activities that take place at our wonderful school. It is also a vital tool in communicating with parents, carers and visitors, as well as providing information about the various policies, practices and procedures in our school. We hope that you find the information useful. If you require further information about any aspect of our website, please do not hesitate to contact us.
High expectations permeate throughout our school, and we truly believe in quality, dedication and aspirational thinking in all areas of our establishment. We believe in our children and their futures and encourage them to strive for greatness through self-belief and determination.
When any visitor tours our school they comment on the happy, inquisitive children who are engaged in their learning in a calm, stimulating environment. We are all immensely proud of our school and are committed to providing the very best possible education for all of our children. We hope that you see our creative approach to education through the pupils’ work and the interactive, inspiring displays in our gallery.
Our School Motto:
'If you believe, you can achieve!'
Latest Smawthorne Henry Moore Calendar Events
- Multi skills after school club for Year 2 children23May2018
3:20 pm - 4:20 pm
Multi skills club which is being run by Featherstone Rovers.
- "Wonderful Words" course for parents and children24May2018
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
- School closes at 3.15pm for Half Term25May2018
- School closed for Spring Bank holiday28May2018
- PSHE Day04Jun2018
"The behaviour of pupils is good. Around the school, in the dining hall and on the playground, pupils are well behaved and courteous to each other and adults."