• August 5, 2019

The #GoGoGreen project was launched this year to ‘green up’ our school playground and provide protection for our children from harmful car fumes. Working in partnership with Sheffield University and the Breathe project, we aim to plant a specially designed layered green barrier. The research is taking place right now and planting will begin in October. We’re delighted that the groundworks are also currently underway, supported by a skilled volunteer team from local businesses.
Please click here for further information or details of how you can support.

Class Learning Blogs for 2019-2020

  • July 31, 2019

Follow your child’s class blog on the following links:
Class 1 Seahorse –
Class 2 Jellyfish –
Class 3 Starfish –
Class 4 Hedgehog –
Class 5 Fox –
Class 6 Badger –
Class 7 Bumblebee –
Class 8 Ladybird –
Class 9 Butterfly –
New Starters –

The class blogs are password protected.
These can be requested from school at any time. Please speak to your child’s class teacher, leave a message at the office or contact us via the school email, or our messaging services on Facebook or Twitter.

Starting school for new Reception children

  • July 31, 2019

We are all so excited to meet you in September. Seahorse, Jellyfish and Starfish classes are busy getting ready for your first year in school.
During the first week in September we will be visiting you in your homes.
In week 2,  from 9th September, we have a staggered start into school.
On the Friday,13th September, we shall all be in together to start your school journey.
Have a wonderful summer and see you in September!

Welcome Back For Key Stage 1 Children

  • July 31, 2019

We hope you are enjoying a lovely summer, even despite the turn in the weather at the moment!
We look forward to welcoming back our Year 1 and 2 children on Wednesday 4th September.
Registration is at 8:50am, doors open at 8:40am.




  • Learn within a caring and supportive ethos which celebrates diversity
  • Aim high and realise their potential
  • Be successful in a broad range of achievements
  • Feel valued by all members of the school community
  • Be independent with a sense of self-worth
  • Be recognised, respected and valued
  • Take responsibility for their own actions
  • Behave respectfully to everyone
  • Attend regularly and on time


Catherine Carr
Head Teacher

We are delighted to have the opportunity to introduce you to our school.

Hunter’s Bar Infant School is a welcoming, stimulating and exciting place to be and we would encourage all prospective parents to visit the school in order to see this at first hand. We are only too pleased to talk to parents and offer you the opportunity to look around the school.

Hunter’s Bar Infant School is dedicated to making a positive difference to the lives of all our children. We aim to foster a love of learning through the nurturing of confidence and self-esteem, enabling every child the opportunity to achieve their full potential.

We are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all and we encourage children to value the rich diversity within our community. Time is taken to celebrate the proud achievements of all children and we value their personal, social, moral and spiritual development just as much as their academic attainment.

We very much look forward to working in partnership with you as parents to provide a truly happy and successful start to school for your child.