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Hermitage Primary School
Hermitage Drive, Holmes Chapel, CW4 7NP, UK Crewe
Tel. 01477 532838

Welcome to Our School

Our School

Mission Statement

We believe that effective learning is achieved in a secure environment where everyone is happy, stimulated, challenged and feels valued as an individual.

  • To deliver a broad and balanced curriculum enabling all children to grow in understanding and achievement, fulfilling their own potential and our high expectations.
  • To nurture meaningful relationships through the development of the "whole child"- academically, socially, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
  • To challenge children to work in a variety of situations, to prepare them for life in the wider world. Multicultural display
  • To foster curiosity, interest and an inquiring mind and thereby stimulate a life-long love of learning.
  • To celebrate pupils' effort, progress and success by developing children's own confidence, self-esteem and motivation.
  • To expect each individual to value, trust, respect and be tolerant of others.
  • To develop a sense of sharing and involvement between the school, home, other educators and the wider community.


The staff, Governors and children welcome you to our school. We are a co-educational day school for children aged 4-11 years.

"We believe that we provide the best opportunities for all our children to develop into independent creative thinkers who will leave us with a hunger for learning"
Mrs. Jarrold, Head Teacher

This is achieved by valuing all teaching and learning inside and outside Hermitage Primary School. We encourage our children in self-belief, originality and enjoyment of their learning.

Within a vibrant, exciting environment children are safe, happy and confident.

Through questioning and real ownership of their learning, each child reaches their full potential.

We provide equal opportunities for all.

We value the open atmosphere in which parents, carers and the local community are welcomed into the daily life of school.

We provide a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum that meets the needs of all our children as individuals.

At Hermitage Primary School we strive for excellence through effective communication, high achievement, developing individuality and we enable our children to be active participants and responsible contributors to a better world.

The child is at the centre of all that we do. Parents, Teachers, Governors, Parent Teacher and Friends Association and the local community all work together supporting our children and giving them the very best possible start in their life long learning.

The children at Hermitage Primary School are encouraged to be confident, enthusiastic, appreciative, knowledgeable, courteous, considerate, literate, numerate, articulate, sociable, individualistic, creative, positive, and fair with high self esteem.


Parents have a right to express a preference for the school in which they wish their child to be educated and an opportunity to give reasons for their preference before any places are offered.

In accordance with the Local Authority’s Admissions Policy, children reaching their fifth birthday between the first day of September and the last day of August of the following year will be admitted to school on the first day of the Autumn Term in September, although admission can be deferred until the start of the Spring Term in January if the parents wish.

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Where schools are over subscribed, the Local Education Authority will use the following criteria in prioritising applications from parents expressing a preference for the school. The Authority requires that the out-of-zone children be admitted in the following order of priority:

1) Pupils resident within the designated catchment zone of the school
2) Siblings (pupils with elder brothers or sisters already attending the preferred school and expected to continue at the school in the following school year)
3) Pupils for whom exceptional/domestic circumstances presented by the parents, justify, in the Local Education Authority view, admission to a particular school
4) Pupils living nearest to school.


We encourage parents and children to visit the school prior to admission. It would be helpful to arrange a mutually convenient time. This can usually be done at short notice if you are travelling from a distance but the Head Teacher is often involved in teaching activities. A member of the Senior Management Team will show parents around school.



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