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Hopwood Community Primary School
Magdala Street, OL10 2HN, UK Heywood
+44 (0)1706 360494


Hopwood Community Primary School is a one and a half form entry primary school with 326 pupils on role. The school has a continuous rolling programme for modernisation, remodelling and refurbishment, resulting in the provision of a quality learning environment for pupils and staff. A mezzanine floor area has been built to house a very large computer suite and library and excellent facilities are available for our Before and After School Club. The school has an excellent reputation within the locality and is regularly over-subscribed. The appointment and development of high calibre staff is a feature of the school. We believe in growing our own leaders and therefore offer quality professional development opportunities to all staff at varying stages of their careers.

The school provides a caring, carefully structured environment which fosters positive attitudes to the pursuance of excellence. We strive to create a relaxed yet orderly climate which enables the children to take pleasure in their learning and pride in their performance. Our school philosophy actively encourages the development of a high self-esteem by first of all recognising strengths and then encouraging a stress free approach to tackling difficulties. The ultimate aim of the school is to meet the needs of all its pupils in order to develop them into confident independent learners.


We have worked hard to produce a curriculum that is stimulating, relevant and age-appropriate. We are conscious that our children need to have a secure understanding of the core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science and ICT. In addition to direct teaching of these subjects we concentrate on their application in the foundation subjects which are taught through themes. We have a rich programme of visits and visitors to enrich and extend our themes. We place a great emphasis on the “whole child”. In practice this means catering for academic, social and personal development. We teach our children how to stay healthy, how to be safe, how to make informed decisions, how to solve problems and how to make a valuable contribution to life in school and outside school.


We have a wide range of extra-curricular activities which we offer free of charge: rounders, football, five-a-side, brass band, crosscountry, drama, dance, Art, ICT, choir. Training sessions will also be offered by experienced sports coaches.


  • The school has a detailed school improvement plan which is characterised by the shared ownership and involvement of staff and governors.
  • We intend to develop further the breadth and richness of our curriculum in response to the government’s Excellence and Enjoyment agenda.
  • We will promote opportunities to serve the community and further develop activities to extend our school.
  • We will continually strive to maximise pupil performance achieving excellent results in the KS1 and KS2 tests.
  • We will ensure that we maintain our record of high quality teaching
  • We will sustain the quality of leadership and management We are committed to using visits and visitors to extend and enrich pupil learning
  • We will develop further “Pupil Voice”

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