Welcome to Holy Family Catholic Primary School
Together, we aim to make all areas of our school environment both lively and happy; a place where children can learn in a positive Christian atmosphere. The dedicated staff arrange and plan the curriculum by organising their classrooms in such a way that children are well motivated and enjoy being at school. The climate is such that, with emphasis on co-operation and mutual respect, high standards of social behaviour are promoted and every child encouraged to develop their full potential.
Together, we expect the highest standards from our children and we celebrate their success on a continual basis with pupils and parents alike. Our aim is to work in partnership with parents/guardians, ensuring the best possible education provision for our children. This level of partnership is enhanced through the growing reputation the school enjoys within the local and wider community.
Our recent inspection reports demonstrate outstanding practice in both the Ofsted and for Religious Education (Section 48)
"Teaching and learning is extremely strong throughout the school, due to: clarity of expectations, standard of continual professional development opportunities, high quality resources, and a climate which enables pupils to express their views with confidence. The school's physical environment promotes the ethos, mission and aspirations of a Catholic faith that is truly lived out by all within the school community." Section 48 November 2022
I would like to take this opportunity to invite all interested parents to come and have a look around the school; you would be most welcome. Children who are not baptised Catholics are also very welcome to apply to our school.
Please take the time to have a look through the school website. I am confident that you will find Holy Family a warm, caring and nurturing school which provides the highest quality of teaching and learning in an atmosphere which puts the child at the centre of every activity.
Holy Family is a National Support School and the Executive Head, a National Leader in Education, we share good practice and develop collaborative practices with other schools.
Every good wish
Bernadette Nesbit, Executive Headteacher, NLE