Our Website is currently under development – In the
meantime we hope that this information provides you
with an insight into our school







 

Welcome to Haytor View!

 

Miss K Liley, Headteacher

We are working hard to build upon our recent successes and continue to take our provision forward, making our school an even better place to be for everyone. 

 

What makes our school such a rich place to be is our learners, each child values learning and the role they play in developing their

knowledge, understanding and experience. Every learner embraces the opportunities

presented, fostering a vibrant buzz of learning activity.

 

The school's central focus to meet individual need; valuing each and every child; supporting achievement for everyone and raising aspirations on an individual and wider community level.

 

We seek to ensure all layers of provision in the school are rooted in partnership working and collaboration with children, parents/carers and other stakeholders.

 

Listening to our parents, children, community members and wider supporters  is a key driver in developing our provision, and provides a rich vein of feedback which we are always keen to tap into.

 

Should you require further information on how you or your child can play an active role in our vibrant community of learners please contact us at the school. If you would like a more detailed insight into what is important to our school click here for further information.

 

While our website is under development we have posted below details of  recent learning opportunities and further links to key information that you may find useful.

 

Katy Liley – Head of Learning and Development



Our Buckland  -  A Community Film Project – January-March 2013



BBC Radio Devon

Good Morning Devon Radio Interview with Matt Woodley— 28th March 2013

BBC News Website—'Newton Abbot Pupils Given iPods to Make Film'

Child playing football

'Our Buckland, Our Film' produced by Year 4/5, shown at the Alexandra Cinema 28th March 2013



Published Information about our school

BBC Radio Devon

OFSTED Report October 2012

BBC Radio Devon

Published Performance tables

BBC Radio Devon

Information about the Priority Schools Building Programme—PSBP



Professional Partners that support our provision