I am delighted to welcome you to our school website.
At the heart of Clover Hill Primary School lies a learning community that embraces opportunity and allows every child to reach for the stars and shine. No door is closed; all are inspired to face challenges with confidence and enthusiasm, to be supported to embrace whatever the future holds.
Those of you who know our school will appreciate just how special our learning community is. Our pupils are outstanding and we celebrate on a daily basis their individual and collective efforts. Our hardworking staff and governors have a relentless focus on raising aspiration, raising achievement and raising happy, sociable young learners who are extremely proud to attend our school.
We regularly feature in The Times Educational league tables for the outstanding standards we achieve. We were thrilled to learn that in November 2017, The Sunday Times placed Clover Hill an incredible 4th out of the whole country. We truly thrive on making our children reach their full potential, ensuring they are confident, happy and respectful individuals who have a thirst for knowledge and a true passion to succeed. Happiness is a big part of our Clover Hill ethos and our children certainly seem to excel at this. Happy, confident, well behaved and well mannered, we feel Clover Hill Primary School certainly has a positive and rich impact on their lives.
It is a great privilege to be the Headteacher at Clover Hill. Never a day goes by without me being grateful for the tremendous efforts of our staff and the super relationships that exist within our pupils. We hope that this website informs and involves parents about their child’s experiences at Clover Hill and demonstrates why everyone is so proud to be part of it. We truly value the fantastic partnership of our families; it is a genuine and productive relationship which ensures our children get the very best care, attention and support.
Kind regards Louise Claire Easton: Head Teacher
“Clover Hill is exactly what you would hope for when your child is at school, encouraging, supportive, educational, safe and happy”
- RECEPTION 96% 96%
- YEAR 1 97.86% 97.86%
- YEAR 2 96.68% 96.68%
- YEAR 3 97.14% 97.14%
- YEAR 4 96.89% 96.89%
- YEAR 5 97.24% 97.24%
- YEAR 6 97.78% 97.78%
Following the success of building a cottage for Snow White and the seven dwarves, Year 1 branched out and decided to build Mr Brown his own office!! It was such a lovely day, Year 1 thought that he would benefit from an 'outdoor' office. They explored ideas...
We had a very important visit from Tyne and Wear Fire Service on Monday. Firefighter Gary came into our class to talk to us about fire safety. He talked about his job and even let us try on some of the protective clothing the firefighters wear to keep them...
Today, Y2 went to The Sage, Gateshead, to perform a dance in front of 1,000 people! The class have worked incredibly hard over the last eight weeks to learn so many different dance steps and they remembered them all! Mrs. Eglington and Mrs. Caygill are very...
During Reading Week Year 5 chose to focus on reading a range of exciting ancient Greek myths to link to our humanities topic. We read: Theseus and the Minotaur Jason and the Golden Fleece The Wooden Horse of Troy Icarus - The Boy Who...
Year 5 had a fantastic time during reading week. It all got off to a very exciting start when Mr Haigh (the headteacher from Whickham Academy) came in to read us a story. He read Roald Dahl's The Twits and it was very funny!
Reception had great fun in Reading Week. We all became authors and illustrators when we wrote stories set in the Arctic. Nick the Chef visited us to read 'The tiger who came to tea' and we had story time in some unusual places such as the outdoor classroom and in Year...