Houghton Regis Primary School
Where Everyone Matters and Every Day Counts

Houghton Regis Primary School

On behalf of Houghton Regis Primary School learning community, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our web site. Our aim is to provide a creative, nurturing, safe environment with high expectations of all those who are a part of the HRPS family.

We aim to cultivate in all our children their intellectual, emotional, social, moral and spiritual development enabling them to achieve their full potential and take their place as life-long learners in a globalised world. It is not possible for the school to achieve these aims without a strong partnership between home and school playing a vital role in the learning process. We actively encourage parents and carers to visit the school regularly to facilitate this relationship.

The excellent teaching and non-teaching staff have high expectations of themselves and the children within our care. As a community we are motivated and committed to continuous improvement in a supportive environment. If you are interested in finding out more about our school please do not hesitate to contact us to arrange a visit.

We look forward to seeing you.

Mrs Bernice Waite
Headteacher

Latest News

School Open 12/12/17

Monday, December 11, 2017

Please ensure all your children are in school at normal time tomorrow 12th December 2017. Thanks.

Christmas Jumper Day

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Christmas jumper day is on the 13th December along with Christmas dinner.

Year 6 Need You

Friday, November 17, 2017

Year 6 - Enterprise Over Christmas they are looking to run a tuck shop during assembly to fund their prom. This exposes them to a business like ...

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Values Education

Our December Value is Responsibility

Definition

  • Having a role or duty to fulfil
  • The obligation to behave correctly
  • The opportunity or ability to act independently and take decisions
  • Responsibility is doing the job we have been given, and also spotting jobs that we can do without being asked.

Behaviours that demonstrate ‘Responsibility’

At school and at home:

  • Making good decision in our own behaviour
  • Taking responsibility for our learning
  • Asking when we need help
  • Being independent
  • Ensuring we bring the necessary belongings to school e.g. book bags, reading diaries, homework
  • Taking care to work hard
  • Proactive – not stepping over litter, coats, seeing a need – stepping in
  • Caring for others
  • Demonstrating altruism