Please check the 'News and letters' page for the latest information and updates.

*New - 17th July 2020*

 

'Meet' your child's new teacher for September on the 'Class pages' tab and find out what exciting things are in store!

Looking for something different to do?

Here are a few sheets for you to have fun with and explore with your family over the summer break. We have had a go at the 'Joy' one with some of the children at school and it definitely left us feeling a bit more joyful! Have fun and take care!

File icon: pdf Living well together [pdf 4MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Choose joy [pdf 3MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf The gift of time [pdf 5MB] Click to download

We're pleased to be able to send you the latest Families magazine which is a "surviving lockdown" issue.
It is full of resources and ideas to help with returning your child to school, home learning, pre-school play and has dozens of ideas for family activities and entertainment.

Please click the picture to read more.

Gloucestershire Libraries' exciting new project, looking for anyone of any age and ability from Gloucestershire who would like to share something of their experiences of Lockdown.

Please click the poster for more details.

Look what our fantastic Year 6's have sent us. We miss them too!

Dear Children,

Tomorrow is week 2 of the strangest Summer Term ever. I hope that you are well and keeping up with your learning. I’m in contact with your teachers nearly every day and I can tell you that they are all well and are missing you. In fact, they are missing you so much that they’ve put together a short film for you to enjoy. Before you watch it, I would really like to thank everyone for sending their clips in and especially Mr and Mrs Knight, Mrs Hill and Miss Price for taking the time to put this together. So, just click play, sit back and enjoy.

And remember, ‘Stay safe and be kind!’

Mr. Waller

Welcome to Hempsted C. of E. Primary School

Our school lies in an idyllic village setting, only about 2½km from Gloucester city centre, but isolated from the main urban area by the Gloucester canal. The River Severn to the west actually makes the environs an island! 

We are one of the smallest of the Gloucester City Primary Schools, with a welcoming, family atmosphere, yet aiming to give our children the facilities and opportunities that are normally only on offer at a larger school. And our active parents’ association and close links with St. Swithuns Church keep the school at the heart of the community.

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