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HCJS Rated 'Good'

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The most recent OFSTED inspection of Haddenham Community Junior School has once again rated the school as 'Good'.

In his letter to parents, Head Teacher Andy Leach said:

"We are justly proud of the achievements and progress that have been made since the previous inspection in 2014 and will continue to work to offer your children a well-rounded, stimulating and quality education and to help prepare them for their next stage of education beyond HCJS."

You can read his full letter by clicking on the linked document on this page.

Likewise, the summary communication from OFSTED is also available to read by clicking on the PDF document.

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