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Hangleton Junior School
Dale View, BN3 8LF, UK Hove
+44 (0)1273 294858

Welcome to Hangleton Junior School

Our School

We all work very hard to ensure the children achieve high standards especially in the key areas of Maths and English.  However we also want our pupils to experience a broad and balanced curriculum.  Hangleton Junior still provides three residential visit opportunities to enhance the curriculum alongside other educational visits.  The school has a swimming pool which allows pupils to have a swimming lesson every week for half of the school year with a qualified instructor.  Our children learn conversational French in Years 3 & 4 and German in 5 & 6.  Each year the school performs a musical with standards on a par with those you may see in the West End of London!  All of these things contribute to a rich and balanced educational experience.

As a school we are committed to a strong working partnership with parents and carers in order that each individual pupil should gain maximum benefit from their four years of education at Hangleton.

Every year we ask pupils, parents, governors, support staff and teaching staff to complete a survey.  This gives us feedback on what we are doing well and what you feel we could do even better.  These surveys are carefully analysed and the information is used in addition to statistical data to form our School Integrated Development Plan (SIDP).  This allows us to create a culture of improvement and adapt to the needs of our community.


In order to ensure that each child can develop and fulfil him/herself as a person, our aims are to:-

  1. Create a happy school environment in which courtesy, good manners and consideration for others are considered to be of prime importance.

  2. Help pupils to develop lively, enquiring minds, the ability to question and argue rationally and to apply themselves to tasks and physical skills.

  3. Ensure an effective command of English, both spoken and written, and to encourage enjoyment of reading.

  4. Develop a knowledge and understanding of mathematical and scientific concepts.

  5. Help pupils to understand the world in which they live and interdependence of individuals, groups and nations.

  6. Instil respect for religious and moral values and tolerance of other races, religions and ways of life.

  7. Teach skills in art, craft, design technology, handwriting, music, games and other physical activities.

  8. Lay the foundation for aesthetic appreciation and enjoyment of drama, movement and mime.


At Hangleton we follow the same Golden Rules throughout the school.  These have been developed from our experience of children’s behaviour in the school environment.  They promote a positive guide to help the children develop their life skills.  We have a separate behaviour policy that we follow should these rules be broken.  Should you require any further details on the behaviour policy please contact the school office who will provide you with a booklet. 


The Golden Rules are that the children:


  • Be kind and helpful
  • Be respectful
  • Be honest
  • Listen to people
  • Speak politely
  • Work hard
  • Look after property
  • Be safe


At the start of the Autumn Term, children will be given the opportunity to choose up to three clubs to join. They will be notified by letter of other clubs that start up during the year.

Additional clubs which operate seasonally or only occasionally during the school year.

Netball - Years 5 & 6 Monday 12 – 12.30. and Thursday 3 – 4 during the Autumn and Spring Terms. Teacher A. Bolton.

Swimming - Years 4/5/6 Thursday 12 – 12.30. during the Summer Term. Teacher A. Bolton.

Gymnastics - Year 3 Thursday 12 – 12.30 Spring Term. Teacher D. Vine.

Athletics - Years 4/5/6 Tuesday 12 – 12.30. during the 2nd half of the Summer Term. Teacher D. Vine

Dance - Year 4 Thursday 3 – 4 Summer Term. Teacher C. White.

Chess - Year 6 To start in the Autumn Term 2007. Details to be advised.


Clubs and Activities run by outside agencies:-

(Details will be advised to you when supplied to us by the organisations).

Drum Lessons - Years 3/4/5/6 Mondays 12 – 12.30 run by Southern Counties Music and Publishing Services.

Drama Classes - Years 3/4/5/6 Monday 3 – 4p.m. run by Judi Campbell (Professional Drama teacher).

French and Spanish lessons - Years 3/4/5/6 Tuesdays and Thursdays 3.15 – 4.15 run by Le Club Français / El Club Español.

Albion in the Community Football Club - Years 3/4/5/6 Fridays 3.10 – 4.10 run by Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club.

Private Swimming lessons available after school. Please contact Mark Lambert Swim School on 389056 or WetWetWet Swim School on 388247.

Instrumental music lessons taught during the school day by Brighton & Hove Music and Performing Arts. Please contact them on 293524 for details.


This section is to give an overview of our curriculum. We strive to provide the pupils with a broad and balanced curriculum.

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