Hatherley Infant School

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Our Story

Hatherley Infant School is situated within its original Victorian building with rather grand old railings encircling the deceptively large grounds where children have played for over a hundred years.

Hatherley Infants was opened in 1901 and originally had an infant department for children aged 3 to 7 years and a mixed department for children aged 7 to 13/14 years of age.  The school is situated in Tredworth, once a small community outside Gloucester but now very much part of Gloucester City. The community spirit is reflected in the ethos of the school and it retains a very welcoming atmosphere. The tradition of attending Hatherley School has been handed down from generation to generation, whilst welcoming an increasingly diverse community.

In 1992, a Family Centre opened on the school site to accommodate the need for pre-school provision.  This still operates on site with strong links to school.
Hatherley Infants is a happy school, with a very committed staff team who are always willing to consider new ideas and give of their best to further serve the children’s wide ranging educational and welfare needs. We value the role of governors and parents as partners in the education of the children. All of us are extremely proud of our popular school and of the achievements our children continue to make.

We are a member of Gloucester Schools Partnership and work collaboratively with other Gloucester schools. Please click on the link below for the GSP website.