Aspire, Achieve, Believe
Highweek is a caring school, with a team of dedicated professionals which are here to ensure that the children can become the best possible learners they can be. Every member of staff is committed to providing the children with a happy, well-disciplined nurturing environment where the children can thrive and make the most of every learning opportunity offered to them. We are ambitious for all our children. We aim to be a school where all the children are inspired to see learning as a lifelong experience, thus empowering them to make good choices in later life.
Highweek Primary School aspires to be easily accessible to parents. A successful school is one where there is a partnership between school and home and we welcome your support and input.
If you would like more information about our school please explore this website to find out more about admissions, learning, our classes and the parents section of the site.
We welcome visitors and we are always happy to make arrangements to show people around the school.
We look forward to meeting you.
Mrs J Martyn - Headteacher
Sparrow class had 99.6% attendance for the week of 13th - 17th July. Well done!
Remember our whole school attendance target for the year we are working to is 96.2%.
To mark the end of a very successful year we have been delighted to present some special awards to pupils who have excelled in one capacity or another throughout the year. The awards were given out during the Leavers and Awards Assembly. These are annual awards and the shields and trophy cups will remain in school with the winning children’s names added each year. The award winners each took home an engraved trophy.
Winners of the Newton in Bloom School Children’s Painting Competition received their prizes on Thursday from the Chairmain of the Newton in Bloom Sub-Committee Councillor Mike Ryans and the Deputy Mayor of Newton Abbot Councillor Liz Roberts. In the Newton in Bloom Schools Gardening Competition, Highweek Primary School came second place overall, and the EYFS garden display won second place for the Best Classroom Award.
On the evening of 15th July, the Year 6 Eagle class delivered a magnificent performance of ‘Global Rhythm and Dance’ for their Year 6 Production. Parents, carers and family members filled up the school hall to watch the talented, vibrant and colourful performance. The production covered an innovative range of music, dance and song including folk, djembe drumming, african and salsa dancing and a Samba ensemble and closing the performance with a song performed by the pupils called ‘Touch the Sky’. The … read more