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Dr Tripletts CE Primary School
Address: Hemmen Lane , Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 2JQ
Tel: 020 8573 1617

Location   Hayes
School Status   Voluntary-Aided
School Type   Primary
Age range of pupils at this school   3-11
Number of pupils on roll at this school   466 pupils
Is this a co-educational school?   Mixed Gender

At Dr Triplett’s CE Primary School, we provide a warm and caring environment, instilling the following core learning values: Perseverance, Resilience, Independence, Confidence and Enjoyment in to our children.

As a school, we aim to provide an outstanding learning environment, whilst offering a broad and balanced curriculum, that enables our students to reach their full potential. As we prepare for them to become lifelong learners in Modern Britain.

At our school, we recognise our staff and community as the key contributors to the schools' success and as a result, welcome new ideas from our faculty to help our school grow. Therefore, if you are a hard-working and compassionate individual, who can uphold our School values and Christian ethos, we welcome hearing from you and joining our team! 

If you’d like to visit us or have an informal conversation, then contact us by clicking here.

Senior leaders at the School have provided a range of professional development opportunities for staff. They are able to attend courses and support each other with ideas.

Ofsted 2016

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Dr Tripletts CE Primary School
Hayes, Middlesex
£24,784.00 - £25,682.00

Love, Compassion, Respect

Dr Triplett’s is for children aged between 4 and 11 years, who are in the Early Years Foundation Stage and National Curriculum Years 1 to 6. 

Our school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. Since, it encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promotes the Christian values of love, compassion and respect for each other through the experience it offers to all pupils. 

As a Church of England School we uphold Christian values whilst embracing the diversity of the human family. We believe that our children should learn in an environment which is tolerant and respectful of all beliefs and cultures. In 2016, we were inspected by SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist School) and achieved 'Outstanding'. To read the full report, please click here.

To learn more about the school, please visit our website

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