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Honeybourne Primary Academy

Honeybourne Primary Academy is a happy, nurturing school with an inclusive ethos where every child is valued, without discrimination, on the grounds of gender, ethnicity, culture or disability. We want children to enjoy school and work in partnership with parents, to enable children to reach their full potential both academically and socially.

We have around 200 pupils between the ages of 4 and 11, with our Nursery welcoming children aged 2,3 and 4 years.
Our school motto is “Turning Potential into Success” and through a broad, balanced and varied curriculum, we aim to build pupils’ self-esteem and confidence, broaden their experiences and nurture and challenge their skills. This supports every child to become happy, independent learners, keen to discover more about their world. Excellent activities enrich the curriculum within and beyond the school day. Our staff are dedicated to children’s education and have high expectations for all; we take pride in knowing each and every child as an individual. We believe in inspiring children to achieve well in all that they do and in nurturing their talents. It is the key in developing resilience and building their confidence which will enable them to develop and flourish.

About our school experience

Candidates will have opportunities to observe teaching in a range of classes and interact with pupils within the classroom. Candidates will also be able to speak to a member of staff about the teacher training route (PGCE) offered by the Black Pear Teaching Alliance.
Start and finish times
8.30am to 3.30pm - Flexible

Alternative start and finish times could possibly be negotiated in advance.

Dress code

Business dress

Teacher training

The Primary PGCE is an initial teacher training and education course, designed to empower you to become a confident and competent qualified teacher.
Rated as Outstanding by OfSTED (2023) the University of Worcester has a long standing reputation for training excellent, highly employable teachers. Personalised academic and professional tutoring, from a range of experienced tutors and
mentors, ensures that you will be supported throughout your course and in transition from trainee to an early career teacher.
Within our alliance we have a spectrum of schools including faith schools, first schools, nursery and primary schools and a Pupil Referral Unit situated in different types of areas, which ensures that all trainee teachers meet a wide variety of pupils.

In addition, we have experienced mentors to support you on your journey to become a teacher and several Specialist Leaders in Education working within the alliance. The University of Worcester, rated ‘Outstanding for primary and secondary teacher training’ by Ofsted, support and enhance our high quality training which ensures all requirements for PGCE and QTS are met.

Find out more about our teacher training

Links to more information about our school

Entry requirements

You must:

    • Must have a degree
    • Photo identification: passport or driving license
DBS check required

No, candidates will be accompanied at all times.

Placement availability

Please make contact to arrange a convenient date for your school experience.

School experience type
In school


School Street, Honeybourne, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 7PJ
Map showing Honeybourne Primary Academy

Yes - on site parking provided

Candidates will need to park on the road near the school.

Disability and access details

We offer facilities and provide an inclusive environment for students, staff and school experience candidates with disability and access needs. We're happy to discuss your disability or access needs before or as part of your school experience request.

Access needs policy

School Street, Honeybourne, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 7PJ
School phases
Early years, Primary (4 to 11)
DBS check required

No, candidates will be accompanied at all times.