Mary Hare Primary School for deaf children is beautifully situated on the rural outskirts of Newbury, Berkshire. It caters for primary aged children with hearing impairment and pupils attend as either day or weekly boarders.
The key aims of the school are to develop pupils' spoken English language skills, to support the development of self-esteem and to foster an enjoyment of learning.
We are a family orientated school, encouraging families to work with us to support their children’s learning. We would like to offer you an open invitation to visit us at the Primary school, to see our teaching methods in action, meet our dedicated staff and to look around our extensive buildings.
Please take a look at our Primary School video:
By working together we will put the children at the heart of everything we do:
H Honest: Being open and honest about everything we do.
E Expert: Knowledgeable about deafness
A Aspirational: Aiming high for the children in our care.
R Respect: Treat each pupil as an individual and do what is right for them.
T Together: Work together to achieve the best we can for our pupils.
If you would like to arrange a visit, or if you have any unanswered questions, please get in touch using the links opposite.
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