“Our son has just finished his first half term at HawleyHurst in year 6 and we've seen a transformation in both his confidence and academic progress. Picking the right school for your child is hard but do your own research, choose based on how the school's ethos, aims teaching methods fit your requirements rather than anyone's opinion if they don't have a student there currently. For us we are so very glad we made the decision to come here and believe HawleyHurst has a bright future which our son is delighted to be part of.”

— parent

"HawleyHurst School is everything a school should be. Forward thinking, ambitious, nurturing. It cares deeply about every child and ensures they do absolutely their best, whether that be 10 A*s or anything else. Nobody is written off and everyone’s talents are celebrated whether that’s in the classroom, on the sports field, in the dance studio or in art or drama. If only every school were like this one.”

— Parent


“A great family school, each child is valued for who they are, they are known by all staff throughout the school and they feel safe and happy and are confident in their learning. It’s transformed my girls and I’ve found from the teaching staff, to the admin team, to the senior management team, even the kitchen staff everyone truly wants what’s best for each child. They know them and will work hard to achieve that - thoroughly recommend”

— parent


“The merge has really made changes but they are definitely for the good! I am in KS4 and love the school so much that now I am on half-term I miss being able to attend such a brilliant school.”

— student

“HawleyHurst is more a family than a school. A true ‘home from home’ school, where the teachers know your name and the children thrive. It’s our very own bubble of happiness, where you can literally watch your children go from strength-to-strength.”

— parent

“This school has been excellent. My daughter started as a shy student but is now a confident independent learner. The school treats the children as individuals and puts their best interest first.”

— parent