Huntington Community Primary School was built in the 1950’s and extended in the early 1960’s. The school is of a traditional closed classroom design with a large hall. The buildings are in good condition. The school is set in its own extensive and secure grounds consisting of a large field which is used for athletics, rounders, cricket and football. It also features a newly designed playground area which not only has 5-a-side and netball pitches but also boasts its own garden, play and quiet areas and woodland copse.
We are a Community Primary school for children aged 3-11 which includes a 26 place mornings only nursery class. Full time children are at present accommodated in seven chronologically grouped classes.
Huntington School is a feeder school to two High Schools in close proximity to the parish.
The Bishops’ Blue Coat Church of England High School was created in 1984, and has grown considerably since then. It welcomes 180 pupils in each year group, and with a sixth form of 150 has a total of over 1,000 pupils and students and more than 100 staff. It has both a strong academic record and a caring atmosphere.
It is set in an attractive campus which has seen extensive building work in recent years, and has large playing fields and excellent sports facilities. It is also a specialist science college.
You are very welcome to visit the school’s website for more information and the latest news, and of course to contact the school if you wish to do so.
The Bishops’ Blue Coat Church of England High School
Christleton High School