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Holy Family Catholic Primary School
59 Whitby Avenue, Ingol, PR2 3YP, UK Preston
+44 (0)1772 727471


The school was first opened in 1968. The building built in an open plan style had three class bases, one staff block, a catering kitchen and a smaller communal area.

In 1976 an assembly hall and two junior phases were ready for occupation and from this date the school could cater for the needs of the full primary age range from 4-11. In 1990 a third junior base was added and a small resource room and in 1992 a fourth junior base and an audio visual room were added. In 2000 the school celebrated the opening of the Nursery Unit.

Small changes have taken place in recent years, an ICT suite, reception area and the playground areas have seen improvements which are still ongoing. In 2004, seven new trees were planted.

The school enjoys a very open green aspect which can be fully appreciated in the summer months and which


The purpose of Holy Family School is to encourage children to develop their full potential within a Catholic Christian Setting and Caring Community.


Following the introduction of the 1986 Education Reform Act all curriculum is now planned and delivered in accordance with the requirements of the National Curriculum Policies for each subject.

The school recognises that only a whole school approach can achieve these aims.

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