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Hyde Heath Infant School
Weedon Hill, Hyde Heath, HP6 5RW, UK Amersham
+44 (0)1494 783835

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Headteacher:   Mrs Julie Moulsdale



The school serves Hyde Heath village and the surrounding district (Chesham, Amersham and Great Missenden). Applications from outside the immediate area are welcome and we normally have places available for children living outside our catchment.

Our School

The School usually operates a 2 term intake system - in September and January.  Children join at the start of the term in which they are five, on a full-time basis.  Up to 20 children can be admitted in the school year. Parents of prospective pupils are warmly invited to arrange a tour of the school and consultation with the Headteacher.


For further information, and a copy of our current Prospectus
please contact:
  or telephone: 01494 783835

Most recent Ofsted Report:

School Profile 2004/2005:


Our School will provide a caring and secure environment where children can develop spiritually, morally and socially

We will encourage children to be responsible in their attitude to work and their behaviour

We will encourage each child to be self confident and independent

We will provide opportunities for each child to achieve their full potential within every aspect of the National Curriculum

We will incorporate into the curriculum as broad and rich a variety of learning opportunities as possible which provide stimulating and challenging opportunities


Summer Term 2006

Mondays (lunchtime) - Recorder Club for Year 2

Tuesdays (3.05-3.35 pm) - French Club (La Jolie Ronde)

Wednesdays (Lunchtime) - Soccer Club

Thursdays (3.00-3.30 pm)   - Craft Club (for Year 2 only)


Governors’ Curriculum Statement

"We endeavour to educate the whole child. We ensure that each child develops academically, socially, morally and emotionally. We achieve high standards by providing a broad and balanced curriculum.

The core subjects of Literacy, Numeracy, Science and IT are an important focus. We also place equal emphasis on the Foundation Subjects and expect each child to achieve his or her potential across the curriculum.

 We provide a variety of opportunities for each child to develop his or her creativity through Literacy, Numeracy, Science, IT, Music, Art, Design, Dance, Drama, Geography, History and RE and aim to complete the all round development of each child by ensuring that he or she acquires the relevant life skills through PSHE and Citizenship."

National Curriculum

All children follow the requirements of the National Curriculum, comprising Mathematics, English, Science, Technology, History, Geography, PE, RE, Art and Music, which ensures a strong foundation in reading, writing and mathematics within a broad framework.

Foundation Stage

Our first classroom is well resourced with a range of play activities and equipment. Opportunities for role play are created each half term; children also have a puppet theatre and a shop in which to play. Our small class sizes enable us to ensure carefully planned learning experiences for our Reception Year children.


Children work on a daily programme of activities to provide them with all the strategies needed to learn to read. These are then extended to foster fluency and comprehension. Enjoyment of stories, traditional and modern, is balance with a study of poetry and information books.

Reading at school and at home

Each child has a folder which contains their individual reading book. They can study this book at home and at.


Children work on a daily programme during which they learn mental strategies in number. There is an excellent bank of resources which support the learning of order and position of number, addition, subtraction, multiplying and division. There is much opportunity for practical masuring, in weight, capacity, time and length.

Religious Education

The whole school meets for daily assembly.   The school has links with our Parish Vicar who visits regularly to take assemblies.

In the weekly theme for RE children will focus on:

Learning about Christianity and listending to stories from the Bible

Learning about other cultures and relgions, and about the wide ethnic diversity that is found in our country.

Considering their own feelings, attitudes and personal development through stories, activities, songs and artwork.


Homework is provided weekly to follow up or add to work done in school. Parents are encouraged to read with and to their children on a daily basis.

Children are often given homework that arises from topic work.

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