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Healey Foundation Primary School
Earnshaw Avenue, OL12 0ST, UK Rochdale
+44 (0)1706 522770


At Healey we endeavour to provide all children with a happy and secure environment in which they can reach their individual potential. We aim to equip children with the relevant skills, knowledge and attitudes to progress to the next stage of their educational life.


  • To fully subscribe to the ideals and framework of Every Child Matters by working in partnership.
  • To create a happy school, where children develop good relationships and a desirable attitude to learning from the Foundation Stage through both Key Stages.
  • Raise standards of education by helping pupils to realise their potential, and develop it to the fullest extent in whatever purposeful activity they are involved.
  • To ensure the health and safety of pupils and staff at all times.
  • Emphasise the development of basic language skills and also to foster the imaginative experience through speech, drama, writing and literature.
  • Make mathematics interesting and enjoyable and enable the children to apply mathematical skills to their everyday life and in so doing develop logical thinking.
  • Help pupils develop scientific skills and concepts, encouraging enquiry and investigation.
  • Create opportunities for children to develop technological skills through a variety of experiences using relevant resources and taking full advantage of the opportunities offered through information and communication technology.
  • Foster an aesthetic awareness of creative activities and experiences using education off site when appropriate.
  • Promote enjoyable participation in physical skills and sporting activities equipping the children for leisure pursuits.
  • Provide equal opportunities by removing barriers to learning based on gender, race, disability or special need.
  • Cultivate responsible attitudes towards others, school and the community, to fully embrace citizenship and to value anti-bullying principles and procedures.
  • Show tolerance to alternative religions, races and cultures.
  • Encourage self-control and self-respect through a positive discipline policy.
  • Take an active interest in the care and respect of the environment.
  • Endeavour to secure the necessary resources and have a responsible attitude to all new initiatives.
  • To maintain a caring policy towards all members of staff.


Currently Key Stage 1 is organised into four classes to ensure that all infant children are taught in groups of less than 30. Until the new Standard Number phases through the Key Stage 1 organisation will be adjusted year on year until all three year groups are 30, at which point Key Stage 1 will become three single age-group classes.

Key Stage 2 is organised into single age-group classes of 34.


Pupils at Healey follow the National Curriculum. The Reception children follow Foundation Stage Early Learning Goals. Key Stage 1 covers Year 1 and Year 2. Key Stage 2 covers Years 3 – 6 inclusive.

The National Curriculum sets standards of achievement in each subject. Pupils climb up the levels as they get older and learn more.

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