Hallbankgate Village School

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  • ‘Hallbankgate School takes care of children and encourages their learning so that they really enjoy their time at school’
    Parent 2016
  • ‘Exceptional staff. Exceptional school’
    Parent 2016
  • ‘Termly projects always provide exciting opportunities for learning’
    Parent 2015
  • ‘This school is a welcoming place to be and makes every child feel important and valued’
    Parent 2015
  • ‘This school has a strong inclusive ethos’
    Parent 2015
  • ‘It is hard to imagine a school that better captures the spirit of a community of learners who are committed to learning their way forward together’
    Steve Watson TLO
  • ‘Collaborative learning is a distinguishing feature of the school’
    Steve Watson TLO
  • ‘Pupils’ behaviour is exemplary. Pupils love to learn. They enjoy lessons a great deal and are very keen to become good learners’
    Ofsted 2012
  • ‘Pupils feel very safe in this small school and enjoy being part of ‘one big family’. Pupils are exceptionally well cared for by adults in the school.’
    Ofsted 2012

Harvest Festival / Non-Uniform Day

Farlam Church, 7.00pm on Friday 28th September.

Children may come to school in non-uniform on Friday 28th September if they bring a donation of produce for the Harvest Festival.  Donations can be of non-perishable goods which will be donated to Carlisle Key a project supporting young homeless people in Carlisle.  Donations can also be traditional harvest produce which will be sold through an Auction at the end of the service.  Proceeds will go to the Bishop of Carlisle's Harvest for the Hungry Appeal supporting agricultural projects in Malawi and South Africa.