Hall MeadowPrimary School

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Hard Copies

Hard copies of policies and reports on this website are also available as hard copy prints. Please ask at reception for more information.

Contact Details

The postal address and telephone number of the school is:-

 Packer Road, Lake Avenue, Kettering, Northamptonshire, NN15 7RP

The school can be contacted on 01536 417627


Key People

  • Mrs Bodman-Knight; Headteacher, DSL, SENDCo
  • Miss Renshaw; Assistant Headteacher, DSL
  • Mrs Dickens; Senior Teacher, Lead DSL
  • Mrs Perkins; Chair of the Accademy Improvement Board
  • Miss Crute; Chair of InMAT


Please see our dedicated Admissions Arrangements page here.


In 2017, Hall Meadow changed status to become an academy. The Ofsted website shows the previous setting as "Closed", this is a normal situation and the current link is here.

School Performance Information

At Hall Meadow Primary School we are consistently pleased with our end of Year Key stage 2 SATs results and the progress our children have made since joining the school.

At Hall Meadow we continue to work hard with the children in order to make progress year on year. We celebrate this from Reception through to Year 6. All of the steps the children make lead up to their progress in Year 6. From building up phonics knowledge, decoding texts and increasing confidence in comprehension, all provides those basis skills to support the children as they move through the school. As a school we are pleased that these academic skills along with positive wellbeing and mental health support ensure our children are supported to achieve their potential.

Below are our most recent results.

NB there was no testing in 2020 due to COVID 19

Key stage 2 results

Performance 2018 1Performance 2018 2Performance 2018 3

Click here for the DfE performance tables.

Behaviour & Exclusions


Governors’ Policy on the use of exclusion

In any situation where exclusion is being considered, the DfEE guidance contained in Circular 10/99 and later advice will be carefully followed.

Exclusion of a pupil for any period will normally be used only after all other available strategies to improve the pupil’s behaviour have been conscientiously employed. However, as the legislation recognises, there are situations which arise suddenly and are of a particularly serious nature where exclusion will be appropriate, even though the usual procedures prior to exclusion have not been in place. This guidance tries to indicate what these situations might be and to make clear, for the benefit of the Head teacher, staff, parents and pupils, the circumstances in which the Governing Body would support the exclusion of a pupil.

Before deciding to exclude a child, the Head teacher will give careful consideration to the child’s intention in the specific incident or incidents leading to the possibility of exclusion. Whenever a child is temporarily excluded, a plan will be agreed with parents, the pupil and the staff concerned for the return of the child after the period of exclusion. The aim will always be to help the child improve his or her behaviour.

If a child is excluded from school ‘for more than 6 days, full time educational support arrangements must be made’ by the school to ensure the pupil is on track.

Immediate exclusion can be used where there is a threat to the safety of others in the school or to the pupil concerned. Such exclusion would usually be temporary, but in the most extreme circumstances permanent exclusion may be the appropriate response.

A permanent exclusion would only be made after the Head teacher has had further opportunity to consider the incident in question.

Exclusion as a final sanction; where other strategies for improving the child’s behaviour have failed and the behaviour is repeated or sustained, the following may also be grounds for exclusion:

  • bullying of another child, in the form of physical attack, emotional abuse or through racist, sexual or other forms of verbal abuse
  • verbal or physical abuse of a member of staff
  • damage to or destruction of property
  • Persistent disruption or disobedience which prevents other children from learning.

Special Educational Needs


Key Files & Reports

Safeguarding Policies

Curriculum Overviews

Pupil Premium

Sports Funding

About Us

At Hall Meadow we promote achievement in all areas and from all members of our community. We respect and value each person as unique. We work together to create an active, caring and high quality environment that encourages self-sustaining lifelong learning.


Teaching & Learning

We are a fully inclusive school, children are always at the centre of everything we do. The curriculum is innovative and provides maximum opportunities for intellectual, social and emotional development. The children study the National Curriculum through themes such as 'Keen to be Green'.


Contact the School Office

Hall Meadow Primary School

Packer Road
Lake Avenue
NN15 7RP
Phone : 01536 417627

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