Location & Contact Details


Hagley Primary School, Park Road
Stourbridge, West Midlands

Contact Number

01562 883280

Email Address

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Term Dates

Academic Year 2023 - 2024

TED DayMonday 4th September
TED DayTuesday 5th September
Autumn Term StartsWednesday 6th September
Autumn Half Term BreakMonday 30th October - Friday 3rd November
Christmas HolidaysMonday 25th December - Friday 5th January
TED DayMonday 8th January
Spring Term StartsTuesday 9th January
Spring Term StartsTuesday 9th January
Spring Half Term BreakMonday 12th February - Friday 16th February
Easter HolidaysMonday 25th March - Friday 5th April
Summer Term StartsMonday 8th April
TED DayFriday 24th May
Summer Half Term BreakMonday 27th May - Friday 31st May
TED DayMonday 22nd July
Summer Holidays StartsTuesday 23rd July

Academic Year 2024 - 2025 (without TED Days)

Autumn Term StartsMonday 2nd September
Autumn mid termMonday 28th October - Friday 1st November
ChristmasMonday 23rd December - Friday 3rd January
Spring mid-termMonday 17th February - Friday 21st February
EasterMonday 14th April - Friday 25th April
Summer mid-termMonday 26th May - Friday 30th May
End of summer termMonday 21st July

Councils and Newspaper

Believe, Achieve, Together We Succeed
School Council

At Hagley Primary School the children are at the heart of school life.  We have a very active School Council that is involved in different aspects of the school.  The School Council is made up of a representative from  each class from Year 1 through to Year 6.  The children go through a system where they are nominated as school councillor, then they give a speech to their class and finally a class vote occurs.

The School Council meets once a month to discuss matters.  The children bring their own agenda ideas to the meeting from their individual classes and they also discuss whole school issues.  Over the course of last year some of the main items that the children discussed were:

  • School playground games – the children conducted surveys amongst their fellow pupils and as a result new lines and games were put on the school playground
  • British Values – the children discussed the values held at the school and became detectives within the school.  They photographed other children demonstrating different values.

The children’s ideas from each meeting are recorded as minutes and then fed back to each class. The school council also play a valuable role in our recruitment process and form a panel of interviewers for all our successful applicants. As part of the interview process, the school council will ask each candidate questions devised as a group and then feedback to an appropriate member of SLT or the governing body. These discussions help to form part of our final appointment.

School Council Elections Process

Eco Council

At Hagley Primary School we have a dedicated Eco Council who are voted into the position by members of their class. These children are often chosen for their commitment and enthusiasm for the environment and issues surrounding our planet. We follow the Eco Schools programme which takes us through a process of reflection, evaluation and action planning across the course of a year. The Eco Council meet regulalry to discuss the progress of our action plan as well as feeding back important information to members of their class. Over the last few years, the team have delivered assemblies and developed in school inititaives such as switch off afternoons and our ‘Banish the Bottle campaign’ to reduce the amount of single-use plastics.

In June 2022, the hard work and commitment of our Eco team has been recognised with the award of the Eco Schools Green Flag. We are incredibly proud of all those involved with this application.

Eco friendly tie (KS2 tie only)

We are now in the position to be able to sell school ties which are also environmentally friendly. These can be purchased via ParentPay and are made from two recycled plastic bottles. This helps promote the ethos of reduce, reuse and recycle and should also reduce the amount of waste going to landfill. The quality of the tie is excellent and it is almost impossible to tell the difference between our new eco-friendly version and an original tie.

The following advertisements have been produced by members of our Year 5 and 6 Eco Council.

Our School Newspaper

This newspaper has been created by the Year 6 members of our school council. We are looking forward to seeing how this new project evolves. To access a sample of our school newspaper, School Newspaper – edition 1

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