What Our Parents Think

My daughter has worked very hard with this book, her reading and at school. I'm so proud and happy she loves learning so, so much and thank you Hunton school for helping her make such great progress.
(Reception parent, 19/20)
When choosing a school for our son 7 years ago, Hunton Primary stood apart from the rest. It has a genuine feel of an extended family with core values that they were proud of. Our children have been attending the school for many years now and the ethos always remains the same. The teachers are highly skilled and dedicated to providing lessons, clubs and trips that engage, enrich and inspire.
The Head Teacher is loved by the children and is a wonderful mentor to them, he treats each child as a friend. The beauty of a smaller school is that all the children get to know each other and it's wonderful to see the older children taking pride in taking care of the younger years and equally how settled the younger children are as a result. My children have always felt respected and nurtured and because of this, their memories of their first school experience will be positive and last forever.
(Parent of pupils in years R,4 & 6, 19/20)
We were welcomed into the Hunton school family 3 years ago and have never looked back. The school team are friendly, nurturing and inspiring.
Set in lovely surroundings, Hunton CEP is a small village school with great outdoor areas. The school supports each individual child academically and socially increasing self confidence and developing new skills.
Through the school year there is always an exciting opportunity to look forward to, such as exciting trips, fayres, local community events and the end of year performance which concludes another year of memories made.
(Parent of pupils in years 4 & 5, 19/20)
The most important thing to me about Hunton C of E primary school is their holistic approach to education. I believe that happy, well balanced children become happy successful adults. At Hunton the emotional, spiritual and physical well being of their pupils is equal to their academic achievements. My daughter is extremely happy here and flourishing.
(Parent of pupil in year 2, 19/20)