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HVS: Talk by HCJS Head Teacher

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Andy Leach

The Village Society meeting held on Wednesday 9th February featured Andy Leach, Head Teacher of Haddenham Community Junior School, speaking on 'Dare to Fall, Learn to Fly' — a values-based approach at HCJS.

The Junior School has grown rapidly in the past decade and now has over 350 students. Andy Leach discussed the challenges which this has brought and the ethos, approach and direction of the school as it has looked to meet these challenges, together with its place in the village community.

A recording of the meeting is available via Zoom. Here are the access details:

Zoom Link:


Passcode: i*Al3u5P

The Village Society committee would like to apologise for the confusion over the Zoom link that was published prior to the meeting and hope that those who may have missed the meeting will now be able to catch up with the recording.

Please remember to mute your mic on entry to the meeting, so that others don't share your background domestic sounds and conversations!

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