We currently have places in Reception, Year 3, Year 5 and Year 6.

We currently have a part-time midday supervisor vacancy. Please see attached advert for more details.

Midday supervisor advert

Welcome to our website

Hatherop Church of England Primary School is a thriving, successful, Cotswold village primary school described as Good by Ofsted. We believe in providing the children with exciting, creative and meaningful learning experiences which help them grow and develop positively in a variety of ways.

Normally, visits to the school are most welcome, but at this time please contact the school on admin@hatherop.gloucs.sch.uk to find out more.

Mrs T Hancock – Headteacher

School Vision: Caring Believing Achieving

  • Our family-centred school endeavours to nurture the individuality of each child in a caring community rich in Christian values. Our vision is that each child develops a love for learning in a creative and stimulating environment where they can achieve their potential and live life to the full.

Our aims:

  • To create a happy, caring and safe community where children feel confident to learn and thrive

  • To nurture the individuality of each child where all gifts and talents are valued and supported

  • To encourage children to develop an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith and to promote Christian values

  • To give children opportunities not only to learn but also to become caring and thinking human beings who value themselves and others

  • To provide a broad and challenging curriculum that gives children the chance to develop a love for learning that will last a lifetime

  • To ensure that children experience a stimulating environment where they can achieve their full potential creatively, academically, physically and socially

  • To make full use of our wonderful, rural school setting

Our core School Christian values are Friendship, Generosity, Forgiveness, Respect, Perseverance and Encouragement


Monday 16th November Today we celebrated Odd Socks Day! We are all proud of our own uniqueness and we respect and celebrate the individuality of everyone. To mark the start of Anti-Bullying Week we wore [...]

Remembrance Day 2020

Today we gathered outside to talk about the significance of Remembrance Day. We held a 2-minute silence, laid a wreath and Year 4's read a prayer that they had written. [...]

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