This page provides a brief overview of details required by law for our school. Supporting Policies, Reports and Statements, together with required links to website resources can be found at the bottom of this page. Paper copies can be supplied by the school office.
The name, postal address and telephone number of the school, and the name of a person to whom enquiries should be addressed is:
East Hunsbury Primary School
Headteacher: Kathryn Pennington
Tel: 01604 677970
Our Ofsted reports are available by clicking here.
Northampton Primary Academy Trust welcomes children to join schools in our Trust both at the start of their school life (the academic year during which they turn five years old) and as a transfer from another school either at the beginning of an academic year or at any point during an academic year.
Pupils with an EHC Plan will be allocated a place where the school is named as being the appropriate provision.
Applications open on 8th September 2023 and close at midnight on 15th January 2024 for children who will turn five from 1st September 2024 – 31st August 2025.
National offer day for these children will be 16th April 2024.
All applications for admission must be made through West Northamptonshire County Council https://www.westnorthants.gov.uk/school-admissions
What happens when the number of applications exceed the number of places available?
- NPAT schools except Park Junior School and Weston Favell Primary School.
Where applications for admission exceed the number of places available, the following criteria will be applied, in the order set out below, to decide which children to admit:
After the admission of pupils with an Education, Health and Care Plan that names the school, priority for admission will be given to children in the order shown below:
- Looked After Children and Previously Looked After Children
- School Staff
- Children who live nearer to the school than any other school
- Other children
If you require information about the admissions process including how to make an in-year application (which will be dealt with from 1st September 2023 until 31st August 2024),
please contact the relevant Local Authority Admissions Teams (see table above) at:
West Northamptonshire Council
0300 126 7000
North Northamptonshire Council
0300 126 1000,
If you wish to submit an appeal against a place you have been allocated please refer to this guidance.
The appeals timetable can be found here. The deadline for appeals for primary school places is 15th May 2024
Please refer to this guidance for West Northants schools
Please refer to this guidance for North Northants schools
Further details regarding admissions to any of the NPAT Schools can be found in each school's Admissions Policy.
Schools are unable to offer places direct to parents for their children. All school places are allocated by West Northamptonshire Council. They also maintain any waiting lists for individual schools. Wes Northamptonshire Council co-ordinates our in-year applications. You can apply for a place by clicking this link.
If you wish to view the admission criteria for East Hunsbury Primary School, information can be found in our Admissions Policy below.
Key Stage 2 Results & School Performance Tables
Our Key Stage 2 results and School performance data (including our Specialist Unit), is held online via the GOV.UK School and College Performance Tables website. Our school page can be found by clicking here.
To access the Ofsted Parent View, please click here.
School Performance Tables - Mainstream only
Our Key Stage 2 performance data, in Mainstream only, can be found in the document titled “School Performance Data” in the document below.
Full and comprehensive information, related to how we deliver the Curriculum across the school, can be found by clicking here.
Our Behaviour for Learning and Anti Bullying Policies will advise you on how we manage discipline and behaviour at our school. Please see the link in the documents space below.
Pupil Premium and Sports Premium
Please use the links in the documents space below to access the school's Pupil Premium or PE & Sports Premium Reports/Statements.
Special Educational Needs / Inclusion
The school has two Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCOs) that support students with a variety of additional needs. These include learning, emotional and social difficulties as well as physical and sensory impairment. Our SENCOs are:
Our Inclusion Policy (incorporating SEN), can be found by using the link in the documents space below.
The school's charging and remissions policy can be found by using the link in the documents space below.
School Ethos and Values
- Our school is a stimulating and welcoming community in which all children and adults feel valued, able to contribute and where relationships are based on mutual respect.
- Children are active participants in the learning process and are provided with experiences that maximise their involvement, autonomy and independence.
- We are an inclusive community where pupils are offered opportunities to grow together, learn together, laugh together and celebrate together.
- We equip our children with the skills they need to be happy and successful in life, nurturing in them a true and life-long love of learning.
- We are responsible for the development of the whole child. We recognise differing needs and endeavour to meet these needs, maximising the opportunities for children to explore their physical, social, emotional and intellectual potential.
- We are a community that respects and celebrates diversity.
Promoting British Values
At our school, we ‘actively promote’ the fundamental British values of:
- The rule of law
- Individual Liberty
- Mutual Respect
- Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs
Please use the downloadable file in the documents space below entitled "Promoting British Values" for a full explanation of this approach.
Key Documents and Reports