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Hamworthy Middle School
Ashmore Crescent, Hamworthy, BH15 4DG, UK Poole
+44 (0)1202 677870


Hamworthy Middle School provides a caring community, committed and dedicated teachers and support staff, specialist teaching facilities, a very pleasant site with its own indoor swimming pool and a supportive Governing Body. At Hamworthy Middle School pupils receive a sound academic education in a secure and happy environment. Visitors find a calm, friendly atmosphere and comment on pupil's good manners, discipline and smart appearance.


Thank you for such a positive start to the new school year. The children have returned, smart and with a pleasing and positive attitude. The staff have been very busy preparing a full and interesting curriculum as well as a number of new activities, visits and visitors. We are always seeking ways to enhance the curriculum and ensure that pupils are offered rich and full opportunities.

A very warm welcome to all our new pupils and families. We look forward to working with you and hope that your time at Hamworthy Middle School will be enjoyable and positive. We also extend the welcome to our new staff. We are delighted that you are joining the school community and hope that you enjoy your time with us.


The school consists of four year groups:-

8 - 9 years (Year 4)

9 - 10 years (Year 5)

10 - 11 years (Year 6)

11 - 12 years (Year 7)

All children are based in classes of about 30 under the responsibility of the class teacher. Through the year each child builds a special relationship with other class members and their teacher.

Each year has a Year Leader who monitors the well being of all the pupils and teachers in the year group. As well as organizing the day to day aspects of school life he /she liaises with the 'in-school and outside agencies'. Year 4 and Year 7 leaders liaise with the feeder first schools and various secondary schools that our pupils transfer to.


Our focus, like the DfES, is 'Excellence and Enjoyment'. Each year we evaluate and 'tweak' our taught curriculum to ensure that we offer pupils an enriched curriculum with first hand, interactive activities, appropriate visits, visitors and guest teachers. We pride ourselves that we are a learning school.

The aim of the school is to provide children with the best possible education to meet their needs. The National Curriculum provides the framework within which the school works. The planning, quality, dedication and expertise of the staff together with the time and care taken to equip and resource each area ensure that our pupils receive a broad, relevant and interesting curriculum.

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