Hackbridge Primary School

Hackbridge Primary School

Hackbridge Road, Wallington, SM6 7AX

Federated with Spencer Nursery School


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REMINDER - Christmas Jumper Day for Save the Children

Dear Parent/Carers

On Friday children are invited to wear a Christmas jumper with their school uniform instead of their school sweatshirt or cardigan. Save the Children suggest a donation of £1 in return for participating. Buckets will be on the gates in the morning.

Thank you.

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We would like to remind you that next week, week beginning 3rd December, is the last week of clubs at school for the term. There will be no before or after school clubs running after the 7th of December until we return in January. 

​If your child is in Futsal, GymKidz, Cheerleading, Skateboard club or London TKD's Martial Arts Club please use the dates that they have provided as these clubs are not run by the school. 


Kind Regards,

Miss Venk

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School Development Plan 2018-2019

Click on the link below to see our user-friendly plan explaining how we will make our school 'even better' this year.


School Development Plan 2018/19



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School Expansion update


Expansion update - 11th September

The new school, on the London Road site, is really starting to take shape - here are some of the latest photos.






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Schools for Success

Dear Parents and Carers


Schools for Success


As it is the end of another sunny week I just wanted to share with you all our lovely news.  Below is an extract from the letter we received yesterday from the Mayor of London and I think it speaks for itself.  I am very proud of our achievement and of all our staff and pupils. 


‘Congratulations Hackbridge Primary School.  DfE data from 2017 shows your school has made fantastic progress with students that started behind their peers.  I would now like to invite you to be one of my Schools for Success. 


Schools for Success is a new programme I launched last year that gives exceptional schools like yours the chance to share their story.  I want others to learn how you have helped your low-achieving students make progress in the top six per cent of London schools.  It is clear you are doing something right to ensure all your students have a bright future. 


I would like to extend my thanks and best wishes to the teachers, support staff and governors at Hackbridge Primary School.  I hope you will agree to join the Schools for Success programme and be a shining example of what can be achieved.’


I hope this makes you smile as much as it did us.


Yours sincerely



Mrs E Walford