School Information

Harewood Primary School is a community school for children between the ages of 3 and 11 years. The school roll in June 2021 was 455 children on roll. Nursery: 54 part time and 12 on 30 hours. Rec – Y6: 389

The accommodation in the main school building on Eric Avenue has 22 classrooms, a school hall, two playgrounds, an IT Suite, a library and its own kitchen. There is also a purpose built sports hall and a very large playing field on Thorntree Road.


School Admission Information

Children are admitted to Harewood Primary School in line with the Stockton LA Admissions Policy. The Admissions Officer can be contacted for guidance: Education Dept, Municipal Buildings, Church Road, Stockton, TS18 1XE. Tel: 01642 393939.

More information can be found on the Stockton Council website:

Stockton Schools admissions information

For more information regarding applying for school places during a school year, please see the following documents:

Applying for school places during an academic year

Appendix 1 – Information and advice on making an in-year application

Appendix 2 – In year offers and beyond

Appendix 3 – Frequently asked questions

Managed moves and protocol

Fair Access Policy

In year application form September 2017

Co-ordinated Admissions Arrangements 2020

Admissions Policy for 2020


Stockton Borough Council Home to School Transport Policy

Home to School Transport Policy


Click on the link below to access the DfE school performance website:

DfE school performance tables website – Harewood Primary


Click on the link below to access Harewood’s entry on the Dfe Compare Schools’ site:

Dfe Compare Schools website


Click on the link below to access the Parent View website:


School Term Times

Please note: Pupils will not attend on the following Professional Development Days: 1st, 2nd and 3rd September 2021, 4th January 2022 and 21st July 2022.

Please click on the link below for the Stockton Council 2021 – 22 calendar:

Stockton School’s Calendar


School Times

The school day begins at 8.50am. External gates are opened at 8.45am and close at 9.00am to enable children to walk onto the school site. Children are greeted by staff. Parents and carers are asked to hand their child to a member of staff at the gate wherever possible.

Children are asked not to arrive at school before 8.45am unless they have a pre-arranged Early Birds or Breakfast Club place.

The caretaker begins to lock the gates from 9am and can’t wait for parents who are late. If the gates are locked please use the main entrance.

Nursery 8.15am – 4pm – 15 / 30 flexible hours  
  Morning Session Afternoon Session
Breakfast Club 8.15 – 8.45am  
Reception 8.50am – 11.50 12.35 – 3.15pm
Y1 8.50am – 12.00 12.45 – 3.15pm
Y2, Y3 8.50am – 12.15 1.00 – 3.15pm
Y4, Y5, Y6 8.50am – 12.30 1.15 – 3.15pm

Please realise the importance of a punctual start to the day for your child to ensure that no essential instructions are missed.

Lunchtimes are staggered to ease congestion in the dining hall and playground.

If you are coming to school by car arrive in plenty of time because the area around school becomes very congested and you may need to park a considerable distance away.


School Lunch Menus

Weekly Menu 1 – 3rd January, 31st January, 7th March & 4th April 2022

Weekly Menu 2 – 10th January, 7th February & 14th March 2022

Weekly Menu 3 – 17th January, 14th February & 21st March 2022

Weekly Menu 4 – 24th January, 28th February & 28th March 2022


Safeguarding Information for Parents

Harewood Primary School fully recognises the contribution it can make to keeping children safe and supporting the pupils in its care. Our school’s designated lead person for child protection is Mrs C Heywood who can be contacted on 01642 355425. More information can be found in our policies section. 


Working Together to Safeguard Children

We take the issue of E-safety very seriously and teach the children in our school a variety of ways in which they can keep themselves safe in the digital world.

For lots more information and advice on how to keep your child safe please visit the Parents Section – Online Safety Page.


Click on the link below to see our School’s Privacy Notice for Parents:

Privacy Notice for Parents


Young Carers Support Services

Eastern Ravens Trust currently provide a wide range of support to young carers who live within the Stockton Borough.

These include:

Respite Breaks Time out for young carers to meet others in similar situations, take part in activities similar to their peers, group work to increase confidence and self-esteem.
Family Support Help for parents and guardians, including listening ear support and signposting to other agencies and services.
Whole Family Activities Opportunities for young carers and their families to enjoy fun activities together, reducing isolation and combating poverty.
Schools/Colleges Raising awareness of young carers and their issues with pupils and school staff.

For further information contact Eastern Ravens Trust by telephone: 01642 678454 or visit the Eastern Ravens Trust website.


School Financial Information for Parents

Financial information for parents 2021-22

Harewood Primary School financial benchmarking

It is a requirement to publish how many employees have a gross annual salary of £100,00 or more. Harewood Primary do not have any employees who earn £100,000 or more.