Welcome to Highover J.M.I. and Nursery.
The Website aims to provide much of the information that you will need about our school. No booklet, brochure or website, no matter how full, will ever substitute for meeting the people who will be working with your child during their time in Primary education.

At Highover, we strongly believe in the importance of developing a strong partnership between home and school. This is essential if the children are to meet their full potential and grow as individuals.
Do take the time to come in and meet us. I hold a coffee morning on the first Thursday of every month at 9 am in the staffroom. I would love to see you there to celebrate our successes and work together to make the school even better!
I hope you enjoy finding out more about us as you tour our site.

Regards
Lisa Hayes
Head

In this good school, many things are done outstandingly well. At the core of the school's success is the outstanding level of care, guidance and support provided for pupils. 
Ofsted May 2011- Section 5 Inspection 

The outstanding quality of the Nursery and Reception classes ensure that children get off to a flying start, especially in the development of their personal, social and emotional skills and creative development.
Ofsted May 2011- Section 5 Inspection 

The Head Teacher's dynamic leadership enthuses others to have the highest possible aspirations for all areas of school life.
Ofsted May 2011- Section 5 Inspection 



Recent Announcements

  • Parent Teacher Consultations - new booking system Please check your child's book bag for a letter sent home today about the new online booking system for parent teacher consultation meetings.These consultations will take place on Monday 16th March for Key Stage 2 (Years 3, 4, 5 & 6) and on Wednesday 18th March for Early Years & Key Stage 1 (Nursery, Reception, Years 1 & 2).The system will go live at 9.30am on Friday 6th March & there is a 'how to' guide on the school's YouTube channel (under 'Admin' on the horizontal navigation bar).  Mr M will be providing computers & support for those parents who do not have internet access at home.  This will be between 9.30 & 10.30 am in Classroom 3 of ...
    Posted by Laura Laing
  • World Book Day Thursday 5th March Don't forget that tomorrow  (Thursday 5th March) is World Book Day & you can dress up as a character from a Julia Donaldson book. There will be a prize of a £5 book voucher for the child with the best costume in each part of the school (Early Years, Key Stage 1, Lower Key Stage 2 & Upper Key Stage 2). This can be spent at the Book Fair being held at the school in the week beginning 16th March. We're looking forward to seeing all your costumes!
    Posted by Laura Laing
  • Highover's next Hangout-on-Air, 25th February at 8pm These were issued via parentmail and paper copies will be issued after half term. We require a newly completed photo consent form and a Google Apps for Education awareness form to be completed in accordance with new policy. The letter mentioned our next Hangout on Air will be about esafety policy but didn't not display the date. It will be on Wednesday 25th February at 8pm. The last one was given a 100% satifactory so it would be great to connect with more of you then. If you are unsure as to how to view our Hangouts, then please visit our YouTube channel for a help video. Linked under the sites news tab.
    Posted 13 Feb 2015, 08:29 by Antonio Mariconda
  • Safer Internet Day, Tuesday 10th February 2015 Highover have taken part in Safer Internet Day today. Children have completed activities about keeping safe online in a variety of contexts. Randomly chosen children took part in a whole school conversation with Mr.M, our ITC Leader talking about the great ways in which the internet helps us when we use it responsibly. They came up with tips which have been tweeted to our global community using the hastags #SID2015 and #HJMI_SID2015. Click on the links to view them.
    Posted 10 Feb 2015, 05:50 by Antonio Mariconda
  • Updated guidance on infection control in schools We have received updated guidance on infection control from Public Health England.  This is a useful document which gives advice on when, and for how long, you should keep your child away from school if they are unwell.
    Posted 5 Feb 2015, 00:43 by Laura Laing
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