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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

Red Nose Day - 15th March 2019

Red Nose Day – Friday 15th March 2019

This year, we have decided to wear non-uniform for Red Nose Day.  It would be greatly appreciated if people could bring in a generous donation for Comic Relief.

This year we will not be doing the usual fundraising coffee afternoon because of our very successful Fairtrade cake sale last week.  We raised an amazing £130.50!  Thank you all so very much for your support.  Hopefully, we will get a similar donation for Comic Relief.  A special thank you to the following Co-Op stores who provided generous donations: Central Avenue (Carlisle), Haydon Bridge and Brampton.

Unfortunately this does not apply to children in Year 5, who still need to wear their full school uniform on Friday as they are going to William Howard for the day.

Yours sincerely

Eden and Ava

On Behalf of the School Learning Council