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Hollingworth Primary School
Market Street, Hollingworth, SK14 8LP, UK Hyde
Tel. 01457 762136

Welcome to Hollingworth Primary School

About us

We are a long established school, on the threshold of our centenary (2009), and trying hard to commit to the principles of healthy, active and environmentally ‘friendly’ living. The school has an active School Council, which provides a voice for the children throughout school. The school has Eco and Healthy School status; we regularly support the work of charities- both local and national.

We have a new pond, a great area of garden that serves as an Early Years’ outdoor play area, and an incredible area of woodland that attracts a wide range of wildlife! We have an active and very supportive PTA, and an equally proactive Governing Body that works positively in the best interests of the children of the school.

Our mission statement is

"We recognize that each child in our school is an individual and that all children are creative and need to succeed. We provide a safe and challenging learning environment that encourages independence and responsibility. We emphasize the social, emotional, physical, intellectual well being and development of each child, that enables each to lead a healthy, productive and meaningful life."

We aim to work together in a relaxed atmosphere so that relationships can flourish, children can experience their self-worth, and their talents and gifts are recognised and praised.

Healthy School

Our Healthy School logo was created by the children as part of a competition, which was launched at the onset of working towards Healthy School Status. It is the result of combining ideas from three entries and represents the elements which make a healthy school - togetherness, healthiness and happiness.

As a healthy school, Hollingworth is highly committed to improving the physical and mental well-being of the whole school community. This is achieved by making every member of the school community feel valued and their opinions are always welcomed.

As a Healthy School we have established a number of initiatives, which are promoting health and well-being, these are;

School’s Council - a new council run by representatives from each class. These children are involved in providing a voice for the pupils and they organise and prioritise pupils’ needs around school. 

Healthy School’s Day - An extremely popular day, held twice each year to promote the Healthy School message. This is a full day off curriculum, when children of mixed age groups are engaged in sporting, creative and healthy activities - from woodland walking, to cycling, to sandwich making!
At Hollingworth we promote the health and well-being of pupils and staff through the curriculum and the general ethos of the school. We are committed to healthy lifestyle choices.

Current Initiatives
Following consultation with parents/carers and pupils, we have decided to introduce healthy eating (the consumption of fruit only) for the Key Stage 2 pupils at break.
The School's Council is preparing to have a cake sale to raise money to make the toilets more attractive.

We have achieved Healthy School status having met the criteria in all four themes: Personal, Social, Health and Education; Healthy Eating; Physical Activity; and Emotional Health and Well Being. 

Two pupils from each class have been elected to act as Healthy Schools representative.

Regular meetings are held to discuss healthy school issues. 

Mr Davies - Headteacher
Mrs Johnson - Healthy School Governor
Miss Heaton and Mrs Kosari - Healthy Schools Co-ordinator
Mrs Williams - PSHCE co-ordinator, teacher (Key Stage 2)
Mrs Brooks - Teacher (Key Stage 2)
Mrs Schofield - Foundation stage practitioner
Mrs Crutchely - SENCO
Mrs Edwards - Nursery nurse (Key Stage 1)
Mrs Kirk - Parent/trainee classroom assistant
Mrs Heathcoate - Midday supervisor
Mrs Campbell - Learning mentor

We are continually striving to make our school healthier and happier.

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Nursery Information booklet - updated Jul 2007.doc Nursery Information booklet Administrator 06-09-2007 08:40
Maths Policy.doc Maths Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:32
Literacy Policy .doc Literacy Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:32
Food Policy.doc Food Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:31
Foundation Stage Policy.doc Foundation Stage Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:31
Equal Opportunities Policy.doc Equal Opportunities Administrator 05-09-2007 16:31
Home-School Agreement - New School Starters.doc Home School Agreement Administrator 05-09-2007 16:31
Homework Policy.doc Homework Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:30
Internet Access .doc Internet Administrator 05-09-2007 16:30
Marking Policy.DOC Marking Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:30
The Administration of Medication Policy.doc Administration of Medication Administrator 05-09-2007 16:29
Teaching and Learning Policy .doc Teaching & Learning Administrator 05-09-2007 16:29
Inclusion Policy.doc Inclusion Administrator 05-09-2007 16:29
Art Policy.doc Art Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:29
Design and Technology Policy.doc D&T Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:28
Geography Policy .doc Geography Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:28
Handwriting and Presentation .doc Handwriting and Presentation Administrator 05-09-2007 16:28
History Policy .doc History Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:28
ICT Policy.doc ICT Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:27
Music Policy.doc Music Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:27
Religious Education Policy.doc RE Policy Administrator 05-09-2007 16:27
Sex and Relationship Education .doc Sex and Relationships Administrator 05-09-2007 16:27
Science Policy.doc Science Administrator 05-09-2007 16:26
prospectus.pdf School Prospectus PD 25-07-2007 13:56
racerelations.pdf Race Relations PD 25-07-2007 11:46
pshce.pdf PSHCE PD 25-07-2007 11:45
childprotection.pdf Child Protection PD 25-07-2007 11:44
drugspolicy.pdf Drugs Education Policy PD 25-07-2007 11:42
behaviour.pdf Discipline and Behaviour Policy Administrator 22-05-2007 14:05

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