Message from the Headteacher
Claremont Primary has been a national leader in restorative approaches to behaviour management and school leadership for almost 10 years. The school has received recognition from the RJC (Restorative Justice Council) for it’s work and regularly hosts visits from British and international colleagues. Dedication to a community wide relationships policy has guided the school’s work and shaped outcomes for pupils, parents and staff. As a result Claremont Primary is a well respected school that ensures progress for all within a truly inclusive learning community.
Claremont Primary joined the Elliot Foundation in 2016, federating with Childs Hill in 2020. A strong partnership between two local schools has since developed, opening up many new and exciting opportunities. Under the leadership of the Executive Headteacher, Dan Hawkins since 2012. Claremont is a popular, vibrant and welcoming school. It is proud of its innovative curriculum offer, which is as easy as ABC! Every child is supported in developing their Academic ME, Being ME and Creative ME including the pupils who attend the school’s specialist ARP (Additional Resource Provision for autism). The ARP is known as Pathways and has recently been expanded to a second site within our federation partnership school Childs Hill School.
Our federation aims to achieve a clear and simple goal. We teach all of our children to value their learning, to be proud of themselves and to empathise with others. We ensure they see the worth and transformative power of creativity. We invest in their future now.
If you would like to visit our school please contact the school office email we would be delighted to show you around our wonderful school.
Childs Hill & Claremont Federation