Welcome!

As the headteacher of Honilands I am very proud of all the people who work here. We have excellent children, parents and staff who are working hard to make Honilands an outstanding school..

Our school is slightly different to other primary schools. We have three forms of entry and we are organised into four families each led by an assistant headteacher. Oak family is our nursery and reception classes led by Megan Gibson (Acting Leader). The rest of the school is split into three families, each consisting of one class from each year group. Cedar family is led by Shirin Masud; Willow family is led by Chris Shaw and Hazel family is led by James Irvine. Each family has its own area of the school and its own playground.

Besides having a literacy and numeracy leader, we have faculty leaders of which there are five; Science, Global Issues, Creative Arts, ICT and Media and Personal Wellbeing. All our KS2 children attend Honilands College every Wednesday afternoon (please see our current prospectus on the website).

Honilands College is organised so children choose from various courses which must include at least one from each faculty during the year. Children graduate each half term and parents are invited in to witness what the children have been learning and celebrate their successes.

We believe that children learn best when they feel safe. We have excellent staff who ensure that the children are offered the best environment, opportunities and teaching available. We hope that your child is happy here. 

Mr. Silverman, Headteacher

Latest From Our School Blog

SATs and PGL 2016

SATs and PGL 2016

Well done to all the Year 6s that took their SATs last week. We are all proud of all the effort that you put in.Some of our Year 6 pupils are currentl...
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Space Seeds

Space Seeds

New Website April 2016

New Website April 2016

Christmas 2015

Christmas 2015

Happy Video

Happy Video

Blog Entries From Our Classes And Groups

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
From Film Club

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” is a movie about a family. They all have the worst day of their lives. I recommend t...
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From Up on Poppy Hill
From Film Club

From Up on Poppy Hill

From Up on Poppy Hill is a movie about a girl (Umi) who lost her dad in the war. His ship got blown up by a sharp pointy ball (called a mine). And the...
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Science and D&T Week In Cedar 3!
From Cedar 3

Science and D&T Week In Cedar 3!

We had a great Science and D&T week at Honilands. Read some of the children's writing below:Fossil FindingIn Science, we were in groups and we were ta...
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Khumba
From Film Club

Khumba

Khumba was set in a sweltering desert (in which lots of animals live in) but the zebras kept other animal out of the bit where the water was by buildi...
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Flat Life
From Cedar 4

Flat Life

in  literacy  we have been  learning about a  video called flat life.it is an animated  comedy about four people living in a ...
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Olympic Winners!
From Cedar 3

Olympic Winners!

Check out the photos we created using Serif Photo Plus. Mrs Ferhaoui took pictures of us wearing our Olympic medals which we made in Art. Then, we use...
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