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Canon Peter Hall C Of E Primary School
Schools / Primary
01469 510300
Pelham Road , Immingham , North East Lincolnshire , DN40 1JS

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Welcome to The Canon Peter Hall Church of England Primary School.

We are a busy but friendly school, with lots going on. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing up to date information for parents, pupils and the wider community.

We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find the information you are looking for. Please feel free to contact the school direct with any queries you may have.

School Day
Doors open at 8:50am – FS2 to Y6
FS1 doors open at 8:50am to 12:00pm and 12:30pm to 3:30pm

Lunchtime
FS2 11:45am – 12:45pm
Yrs 1-6 12:00pm – 1:00pm

School day ends - FS2 – Y6 - 3:20pm
http://www.canonpeterhall.co.uk
Canon Peter Hall C Of E Primary School - School Nurse/ Drop In -
Schools / Primary
01469 510300
Pelham Road , Immingham , North East Lincolnshire , DN40 1JS

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

For pupils and families of Canon Peter Hall Church or England Primary School.

The school nurse service is held by Sally Peck for all Immingham schools. She works with school aged children, young people, parents and carers, teachers and other health professionals, to meet the needs of the children through advice, information and support. School nursing is a NHS free service for children and young people in North East Lincolnshire.

School nursing are involved in undertaking health assessments, immunisation delivery, health promotion and helath education, drop in sessions, parenting advice, home visits and providing sexual health advice and signposting other health services.

Each school has a named school nurse (Sally Peck for Immingham) and children, young people, parents and carers can contact their school nurse either directly through school or in their community location.

Drop In Sessions
Sally holds frequent open sessions for parents and families to call in with any concerns over their children or information and advice. These are usually held between 8.30 and 9.15 am. For information on her next session please contact the school or nursing service direct on 01469 570714
http://www.canonpeterhall.co.uk
Coomb Briggs Primary School
Schools / Primary
01469 572584
Roval Drive , Immingham , North East Lincolnshire , DN40 2DY

Sessions run on; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Monday

Coomb Briggs is a high profile school within the community achieving an ‘Outstanding Contribution Award’ - Golden Apple in 2016. We recognise the changing, diverse nature of our town and the UK. We have a responsibility to protect our pupils against intimidation, radicalisation and any other detrimental influences.

We follow the local authority guidance with regards to equal opportunities, ensuring against discrimination towards any individual or group, regardless of faith, ethnicity, gender, political or financial status.

We nurture our pupils to become responsible citizens living by British Values.

The government Prevent Strategy defines 5 British Values statements/principals.
•Democracy
•The rule of Law
•Individual Liberty
•Mutual respect
•Tolerance of different faiths and beliefs.

Our wider curriculum includes teaching and learning opportunities that promote these values.

Breakfast Club available from 8am, at a cost of £1.50
There are occasional after school clubs, which are year group appropriate.
http://www.coombbriggsprimary.co.uk
East Ravendale Cofe Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 825999
East Ravendale Academy , Grimsby , Lincolnshire , DN37 0RX

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Mission Statement

At East Ravendale Church of England School we will recognise and develop the God-given potential of each member of our school family through the provision of high quality experiences and challenges in an atmosphere of love, trust and respect.


Our values
Our school serves its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. Together we maintain a safe, stimulating and creative learning environment in which all individuals feel valued, and motivated to enjoy working to a high standard and achieving their full potential. We develop in each individual self-esteem, self-motivation and self-discipline by encouraging courtesy and consideration.

Here at East Ravendale we foster a sense of curiosity and excitement about the world, encouraging our children to develop a positive attitude to learning, independence and a sense of personal uniqueness, worth and potential within the School family. We will nurture all members of our school community, together showing care and respect, gaining a sense of awe and wonder and sharing responsibility for our school, our Church and the wider environment.

Breakfast club available from 8.45am, £2.50
Out of school club available until 5pm, £3.50
http://eastravendale.co.uk/
Eastfield Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01469 572455
Eastfield Primary Academy , Margaret Street , Immingham , North East Lincolnshire , DN40 1LD

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Welcome to Eastfield Primary Academy, proud to be part of the Enquire Learning Trust, situated in Immingham in North East Lincolnshire. Our school is open for pupils between the ages of 3 and 11 and we believe that all children should be given the chance to shine. Our 3 drivers are: Pride, Collaboration and Understanding underpin everything we do and plan for in our Academy.

Pride means that we are always proud of our families, our Academy, our work and ourselves and we strive to be the best we can be in everything we do.

Collaboration means that we work together and learn with and from each other. This is in every classroom, every group and as an Academy. Staff and pupils have the opportunity to work with other Academies in our Trust to share best practice. What we can do in a team today, we can do on our own tomorrow!

Understanding means that we try to understand how other communities feel and compare this to our own.

Welcome to Eastfield Primary Academy, proud to be part of the Enquire Learning Trust, situated in Immingham in North East Lincolnshire. Our school is open for pupils between the ages of 3 and 11 and we believe that all children should be given the chance to shine. Our 3 drivers are: Pride, Collaboration and Understanding underpin everything we do and plan for in our Academy.

Pride means that we are always proud of our families, our Academy, our work and ourselves and we strive to be the best we can be in everything we do.

Collaboration means that we work together and learn with and from each other. This is in every classroom, every group and as an Academy. Staff and pupils have the opportunity to work with other Academies in our Trust to share best practice. What we can do in a team today, we can do on our own tomorrow!

Understanding means that we try to understand how other communities feel and compare this to our own.

At Eastfield Primary Academy we believe that all individuals are nurtured to flourish and our aim is for our young people to leave us as resilient and independent learners that have access to a toolkit of skills that they can adapt and use for their next stage in their education. As a result, our whole school curriculum is based on Key skills, to ensure that children are equipped to solve all problems supported through collaborative learning.

We are proud that this has been recognised by the Department for Education as we have won a Pupil Premium Award for being one of the most improved schools in the country in terms of the attainment and progress of your disadvantaged pupils since 2011.

Breakfast club starts from 7am, at a cost of £2, £1 per siblings

Afterschool club ran until 5pm, on Mon, Wed and Thur.
4:30pm on Tue & Fri

http://www.eastfieldprimary.net
Edward Heneage Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 320016
Edward Street , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN32 9HL

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Ethos and values

It is our intention to ignite a real love of learning by providing a rich, varied and exciting curriculum that meets the needs of each and every individual.

In addition, we aim for every pupil to leave Edward Heneage with a suitcase full of aspirations and immense pride for what they have achieved during their time with us.

I am sure you will enjoy navigating the pages and if you’d like to see us in action please contact the office to arrange a suitable time to visit.

Best wishes

Dominique Osborne

Associate Principal
http://www.edwardheneage.co.uk
Elliston Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 235116
Elliston Primary School , Elliston Street , Cleethorpes , North East Lincolnshire , DN35 7HT

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Our aim is that our school is a happy, friendly, safe and place where children and staff feel welcome and valued; a place where all members of the school community care about each other and are kind to each other; a place where behaviour is good and where everybody takes pride in whatever they do.

We are lucky to have a dedicated and skilful staff who all work very hard to provide the best opportunities for all pupils and to create a positive atmosphere of purposeful learning. We aim to build the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to help all our pupils become responsible and respectful young adults.

The support of our parents and the wider community is very important to us all. We know children learn best when parents and school work closer together and we value your input and ideas. Please come and talk to us about any worries or concerns you may have.

Breakfast club runs from 8am, 75p
Ace club, after school childcare, Runs until 16:45, Mon, Tue, Thur & Fri.
17:15 on Wed. Prices vary, please contact the school for more information.
http://ellistonprimary.net/
Elliston Primary Academy - Smart Steps
Schools / Primary
01472 235116
Elliston Primary School , Elliston Street , Cleethorpes , North East Lincolnshire , DN35 7HT

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Smart Steps to School

A programme designed to link home and school for children starting education.

In a few months your child will be eligible to start nursery. Here at Elliston Academy we offer a unique home school programme designed to make the transition into education successful and smooth for both you and your child. We understand that this can be an anxious time, so the programme is designed to ease any uncertainties you may have.

The programme is led by qualified teaching staff and includes:
Tour of the nursery
Meet and greet sessions with other new starters
Visits and specially designed sessions at home
Taster sessions for your child in nursery
Continued support after your child has started school

You will receive a free story book, nursery rhyme pack, journey to school workbook and an official Elliston Academy book bag.

What do you need to do now?
Ring and confirm or book your childs place at Elliston Academy
Arrange a tour of our fanstastic Academy during a normal school session.


https://ellistonprimary.net/smart-steps/
Enfield Academy Of New Waltham
Schools / Primary
01472 321 434
Enfield Avenue , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN36 4RB

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

We pride ourselves on a very happy school atmosphere as we take time to get to know our children well. We encourage children to care for each other, respect each other and show a positive, respectful attitude towards staff and the environment.

We aim to provide a secure environment that is attractive, stimulating and challenging and where the children can develop a positive, enquiring attitude towards learning. We rejoice in our children’s achievements and share in their success. In 2013, the children achieved the highest accolade of being the top performers across the whole of North East Lincolnshire as they achieved the number one slot in the league tables.

We have high expectations of behaviour and have a code of conduct we expect the children to follow. The children respond positively to our emphasis on kindness and consideration to others and we consider them to be ambassadors for Enfield Academy, both inside school and in the wider community.
We encourage all our children to reach their full potential whilst working at their own ability level. We believe our school is a place where individual needs are met, personal abilities flourish and where every child feels they are valued.
We have an open-door policy at Enfield whereby families of our pupils are always welcome to come and share their hopes and concerns with us.
We hope that as you read through our ‘Introduction Booklet’ it will help to give you an insight into life at Enfield Academy.

Do remember though that the best way to judge us is to come inside, talk to us and become involved in your child’s education. We sincerely hope that as you and your children become part of our school community you will establish the bond of trust, co-operation and understanding, which is shared amongst all of our parents.

Mrs. A Scott - Principal

Only about Kids Preschool and after school club Availability

Opening times for Before School sessions
7.45 am - 8.45 am
Opening times After School sessions
3.15 pm - 6.00 pm
Opening times for Holiday Club sessions
7.45 am - 6.00 pm daily
Further enquiries please contact Mrs Huddleston

http://www.enfieldprimary.co.uk/
Fairfield Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 879301
Mendip Avenue , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN33 3AE

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

The Fairfield Values

Our curriculum is underpinned by core fundamental values. These form the basis of everything we do in school. The Fairfield Four are:
•We ALWAYS aim high
•We ALWAYS have the confidence to try new things
•We ALWAYS value and support each other
•We ALWAYS show good sportsmanship and work as a team

Children who ALWAYS demonstrate these values, consistently, can be awarded an ALWAYS band.

In addition to the values we aim to:
•Encourage each pupil to reach their potential by developing qualities of self-discipline, motivation and commitment.
•Help pupils develop an understanding of their own identity and personal moral values
•Help pupils develop respect and tolerance of other races, religions, cultures and life-styles
•Help pupils to develop lively and enquiring minds, the ability to question and discuss rationally, to investigate and solve problems, and to effectively apply themselves to mental and physical tasks
•Guide pupils to acquire understanding, knowledge and skills relevant to adult life and employment in a fast changing world
•Help pupils gain competence in language, numeracy, information and communication technology skills (ICT), and scientific methodology, so that they can communicate effectively using these skills
•Help pupils understand the world in which they live and the interdependence of individuals, groups and society
•Help pupils to value aspirations and achievement
•Help pupils to understand the importance of developing a social responsibility towards those less fortunate than themselves

Beakfast club is available from 07:45, £2.50
Out of school club runs from 18:00, please contact the school for more details
http://www.fairfield-academy.co.uk/
Friends Of Coomb Briggs Primary School (PTA)
Schools / Primary
01469 572584
Roval Drive , Immingham , North East Lincolnshire , DN40 2DY

Sessions run on;

At Coomb Briggs our PTFA equivalent is referred to as ‘The Friends of Coomb Briggs’.

This group of parents, staff and extended family members are paramount to raising funds for the school and organise functions and events that draw everyone together. They have a constitution and have an independent bank account separate from the school budget.

The chairperson for 2017-2018 is Mrs Helen Brown. She is supported by a treasurer, secretary and core committee.

The Friends generate newsletters throughout the year and are posted on the website.
http://www.coombbriggsprimary.co.uk
Grange Primary Academy - Breakfast Club
Schools / Primary
01472 232033
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5TA

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Breakfast Club

We are pleased to share with you that the Grange Breakfast Club is growing in numbers and will continue to run daily. There has been a positive impact, seen by staff across the school, on the children who attend breakfast club.

Places are limited, and now freqeuently fill up quickly, so please visit the School Office to book and pay for your places. Places can be booked and paid for on a weekly basis. Any booked places must be paid for before the start of the week.

You may also book places for a full term and then pay for them on a weekly or termly basis. Again places must be paid for at the start of the week. Additional sessions may be booked during the term if there are available places.

As well as booking regular sessions we will also be offering parents the opportunity to book sessions as one offs. However availability of these will be dependent on there being places available. These sessions must be booked at least a day in advance and must be paid for before a child will be able to attend.

Places are £1 per child per day and the club will be open from 7.45am.

The children will be offered a breakfast of cereal and/or toast as well as a drink.

Please do not send children to breakfast club unless you have pre-booked a place or have rung through to the office to check there are spaces available.

Please note: If you child is attending Breakfast club for the first time you will need to complete a consent form prior to the first time they attend.
http://www.grangeprimaryschool.co.uk/parental_information/breakfast_club/breakfast_club.html
Grange Primary School
Schools / Primary
01472 232033
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5TA

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Our Aims
This school aims to maintain and improve standards of achievement within a positive friendly environment. Areas of provision will be of the best possible. Expectations will be realistic but high and resources efficiently managed. All those involved in the education of the children will do their utmost to ensure that the full potential of every individual is reached and that their intellectual, physical, emotional, cultural and spiritual needs are met.

Breakfast club available from 07:45a. £1

http://www.grangeprimaryschool.co.uk
Great Coates Primary School
Schools / Primary
01472 230263
Crosland Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN37 9EN

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Vision Statement

We believe that good teamwork and positive partnerships with individual children, the whole class, our colleagues, with governors, parents and the wider community will lead to effective teaching, high standards and successful learning.

We believe that learning should be fun, purposeful and challenging. Through an effective curriculum we aim to equip each child with the skills they need for lifelong learning. We aim to develop confident learners, who take ownership of their learning are proud of their achievements and are well prepared for life in modern Britain through an developed understanding of British Values.

We believe that every child matters. Through positive attitudes, close partnerships with parents and the wider community we endeavour to develop the whole child, meeting individual needs in a safe and secure environment where differences are celebrated.
http://www.greatcoates-pri.ne-lincs.sch.uk
Healing Primary School
Schools / Primary
01472 882261
Healing Primary School , Fords Avenue , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN41 7RS

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

At the heart of our school, is a commitment to ensuring everything we do makes us proud. Every day, we take pride in demonstrating manners, kindness and respect. Both our wonderful pupils and our team of dedicated staff strive relentlessly for the highest standards, whilst enjoying every moment in school. We aim for all pupils to be happy, confident, resilient, inquisitive and to develop a thirst for learning; our motto is “Enjoying today, preparing for tomorrow”. We strive to bring out the best in every child academically, emotionally, physically and spiritually to ensure they meet and exceed their potential, gaining the necessary skills needed to be successful in their future lives.

We are an excellent school, which is proud to offer an interesting, relevant and thorough curriculum. Pupils also engage regularly in a wealth of activities outside of the core curriculum; we are successful in sporting events, STEM challenges, the performing arts, music and many other extra-curricular activities.

Parents, carers and visitors hold the school in high regard and support the pupils, staff and governors in our continuous cycle to evolve and maintain the highest standards of educational and pastoral provision.

We hope you find our website interesting, informative and of value, and encourage you to contact us if you require any further information.

Becky Wakefield

Proud Headteacher of Healing Primary School
http://www.healingprimary.co.uk
Healing Primary School - School Nurse/drop In
Schools / Primary
01472 882261
Healing Primary School , Fords Avenue , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN41 7RS

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

For pupils and families of Healing Primary School

The school nurse service is held by Liz Wright. Liz is contacted when Necessary. She works with school aged children, young people, parents and carers, teachers and other health professionals, to meet the needs of the children through advice, information and support. School nursing is a NHS free service for children and young people in North East Lincolnshire.

School nursing are involved in undertaking health assessments, immunisation delivery, health promotion and helath education, drop in sessions, parenting advice, home visits and providing sexual health advice and signposting other health services.

Each school has a named school nurse and children, young people, parents and carers can contact their school nurse either directly through school or in their community location.

http://www.healingprimary.co.uk
Humberston Church Of England Primary School
Schools / Primary
01472 813474
Church Lane , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN36 4HZ

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Humberston C of E Primary School is a voluntary controlled state school and admits pupils between the ages of 4 and 11 years. The 'control' lies with the LEA and not the Church, but the Foundation Governors have a specific obligatioin to see that the character of the school is secure within the practice of the Church of England.

Humberston C of E Primary are conscious of the necessity to provide pupils with a broad and balanced curriculum and are constantly reviewing and evaluating the achievements of the school. The aim is to provide both high academic standards and a good faith basis. The school strives to achieve their aims through a strong partnership between governors, staff, children, parents and wider communities and believes this improves the level of co-operation and the sense of shared commitment and responsibility.

The school offers a wide range of extra curricular school activites including sports clubs, art and pottery and drama, and there is also a breakfast club starting at 8.00am daily.

For further imformatioin or to arrange a consultation with the Headteacher, including out of school hours please contact the school office.
http://www.humberston-pri.ne-lincs.sch.uk/
Humberston Cloverfields Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 500 217
Humberston Cloverfields Academy , St Thomas Close , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN36 4HS

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Our Aims and Vision

Our school was built in the 60s on a field that was abundant with clover, hence the school name. Our logo incorporates the clover leaf and bees and is the symbol for the hive of productive, exciting learning that is generated in our school.

The school has a culture of caring at all levels and striving for excellence.

Motto Busy Being Our Best
•There is a strong culture of community where it is safe to take risks and to care about trying hard- all staff and all pupils. “ To fit in, in this school, working hard and treating people well is expected”
•All members of the school community believe that human capacity is open ended; that effort creates intelligence; a greater effort can compensate for differences in prior attainment. “Smart isn’t something you are. It’s something you get.” (Jeff Howard)

A child leaving Cloverfields will have a clear sense of their own uniqueness that enables them to be confident, independent learners with a high level of self-esteem. They will be happy, well balanced and socially adaptable. They will be highly motivated with all the tools they need for the next steps in their learning journey.

In order for this to be a reality we-
•create a climate in school where pupils feel valued, are listened to and trusted;
•build and maintain a welcoming, friendly, bright and lively happy place where learners feel secure;
•teach social, cultural, and wider British Values and lead by example to create children who are tolerant of differences and actively promote an inclusive school community. We expect and foster highly developed sense of respect and tolerance that is evident in pupils behaviours in the wider society.
•ensuring that all pupils’ develop self-discipline appropriate for their stage of development.
•by provide well for learners’ care, health and safety.

Some of the positive traits we aim to foster ( not an exhaustive list and not in any particular order)
•Strong set of values
•Independent
•A love of learning
•Pride in themselves
•Strong sense of self-worth
•Positive attitude
•Ambitious
•Tolerant
•Confident
•Know how to enquire and find solutions
•Resilient
•Adaptable
•Strong sense of right and wrong and be able to make a stand for what they believe to be right
•Team player
•Have social empathy

Breakfast club available from 07:45
Afterschool club available until 17:30
Please contact the school for more information
https://cloverfields.co.uk/
Humberston Park Special School
Schools / Primary
01472 590645
St Thomas Close , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN36 4HS

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

We welcome parents, with relatives or friends to visit the school as often as they feel necessary to get as good an idea as possible about how we work.

There is an OPEN ACCESS policy for parents of children attending the school which means they can visit the school whenever they wish without any prior appointment to observe their child’s activities.

This is not, however, for consultation meetings. We hold Annual Review meetings for all children, 6 monthly meetings for younger children and we can arrange additional times for parents to meet with teachers or other staff as required.

We are here to:

Provide a high quality needs led, balanced education which will maximise the pupil’s potential in the areas of Communication and Cognition, their Personal and Social development as well as their Physical and Sensory capabilities.

We will respect and recognise the contributions and achievements of all pupils as individuals in a safe and caring environment.

The schools aim is to engage children in enjoyable learning activities that are of functional value to them now and in their future lives.

We see the essential areas of this activity to be:
• Developing children’s ability to communicate and interact meaningfully
• Improving children’s Physical abilities
• Enabling children and young people to develop Personally, Socially and Emotionally

We believe that this is best achieved for our pupils by an Integrated approach to Education, Therapy and Care and close partnership with Parents and Carers.

This approach has to be based on the individual’s needs rather than the need to comply with the demands of a general curriculum.

http://www.humberstonpark.org.uk
Laceby Acres Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 320601
Swiftsure Crescent , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5QN

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

We aim to ensure that pupils leave Laceby Acres Academy having a sense of their own special individuality. Our children are taught to challenge self imposed restrictions. They are encouraged to foster high aspirations and develop positive self esteem, enabling them to leave our school secure in the knowledge that the world is at their feet.

We motivate and inspire pupils through creative teaching which is innovative and well paced.

We endeavour to remove barriers to learning and expect that children in our community reach their full potential judged upon a range of measures including national standards.

At our school, we teach pupils to take responsibility for their own actions; children understand that they have choices and learn to evaluate the consequences of the decisions they make.

All members of the school, including pupils, parents, staff and governors, recognise that they hold a stake in our school and the wider community. We are all committed to establishing a life-long love of learning, enabling our children to take their place confidently within a rapidly changing world.

Our Aims

Creativity: We aim to have the freedom to be able to enjoy, express feelings and seek solutions.

Enjoyment: We aim to have fun and feel enthusiastic at school.

Responsibility: We aim to develop independence enabling us to take ownership of our own learning.

Compassion: We aim to develop trust and respect between everybody in our school.

Co-operation: We aim to work together to achieve an overall purpose

https://lacebyacres.org
Lisle Marsden Church Of England Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 311040
Lansdowne Avenue , GRIMSBY , North East Lincolnshire , DN32 0DF

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Lisle Marsden CE Primary Academy is a popular, successful, oversubscribed and growing school; close to the heart of Grimsby. As a Church of England School we have close links with St Augustine’s, The Grimsby Minster and the Diocese of Lincoln. Our work as a Church school is very important to us and all the staff have the passion and vision to enable the academy to live up to its Mission Statement 'Nurturing the potential and talent of all, through creative and memorable learning, underpinned by the message and teaching of Christ.'

The academy is a very happy place with strong support from governors and the community. I hope your child will be happy and successful during their time at Lisle Marsden. Everyone in the academy aims to do their best for your child and your involvement plays an important part.

I hope you find the information on the website useful. You are welcome to visit the school to discuss any matter concerning your child. Lisle Marsden CE Primary Academy values your support and we look forward to working in partnership with you.

Dan Kinsey

Headteacher

Breakfast club and Out of school club available. Please contact the school for more information.
http://www.lisle.ne-lincs.sch.uk
Littlecoates Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 354601
Harlow Street , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN31 2QX

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

At Littlecoates Primary Academy our mission is to learn, play and aspire together. The school is continuing to expand and grow (currently we have 175 children on roll), going from strength to strength. We are working alongside our Wellspring Academy Trust partners to provide an exciting place to learn and develop where we all have something valuable to offer to each other. We work as a family with each member playing an important part in nurturing our pupils and helping them to flourish. We are proud of our friendly and welcoming atmosphere which is noticed and commented upon by all who visit.

We are home to children with a variety of experiences, needs, backgrounds and abilities but they are surrounded by dedicated and devoted staff who provide them with first class learning experiences. We are very proud of our pupils’ behaviour, their care of each other and their enthusiasm to learn.

If you have never visited our lovely school then please feel free to do so. We would be delighted to show you around and let you experience for yourself the wonderful work being done here at Littlecoates Primary Academy.

I look forward to meeting you.

Rosalind Smith

Principal.
http://www.littlecoates.ne-lincs.sch.uk
Macaulay Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 356232
Macaulay Street , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN31 2ES

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Macaulay Primary School is a great place to learn and work. Our school motto is ‘Reaching for the Stars’ and we believe that all children, irrespective of their background, can succeed and achieve their ambitions. We provide a happy, caring, safe and stimulating environment where learning is fun and everyone is encouraged to reach their full potential and attaining the highest possible standards is at the heart of all we do. We aim to broaden children’s minds and raise their aspirations. There is a ‘can do’ approach from both staff and children with everyone working together, striving to make our school the best that it can be.

The culture of the school is one in which staff and pupils are continually learning; work collaboratively and are determined to succeed. The principles of nurturing lie at the heart of our school and drive everything we do. We work hard to remove barriers to learning and we place great emphasis on academic achievement, ensuring that children have the necessary skills, knowledge and attitudes to prepare them for life.

Mrs Sarah Clarkson

Head of Academy
http://www.mpacademy.org.uk/
Middlethorpe Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 698185
Highthorpe Crescent , Cleethorpes , North East Lincolnshire , DN35 9PY

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Middlethorpe Primary is open to pupils between the ages of 4 to 11 years and the school is committed to challenging and supporting each pupil in order for them to reach their full potential. We provide a stimulating and exciting learning environment which encourages an enthusiasm for learning. We are committed to high standards amd expectations striving for excellence in all that we do.

The school seeks to enrich the education it provides through a range of visits and visitors to the school. In addition pupuils have the opportunity to participate in a wide selection of after school clubs and activities and for years 4 upwards short residential visits.

Before School club 08:00 -09:00 31.50

After School Club available until 17:30
£3 per hour
£4 until 17:00
£5 until 17:30

Discount of £1 for siblings.
http://www.middlethorpeprimary.co.uk
New Waltham Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 233051
Peaks Lane , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN36 4NH

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

New Waltham Academy

Vision Statement

Our vision is for New Waltham Primary School to be consistently placed in the top 25% of achieving schools in the country according to Government benchmarks for pupils leaving Year 6.

However, this will only be valid if it is achieved whilst staying firm to our core values, including the fundamental British Values of democracy, the rule of law, and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths, races, genders, disability and sexual orientations, as expressed in our Mission Statement as stated below.

Mission Statement

At New Waltham Academy education is about children experiencing the joy of learning, solving problems, being creative, developing their self-confidence as learners and maturing socially and emotionally. We will combine high standards with a broad, balanced and enriched curriculum, helping to prepare children for life in modern Britain. This will take place in an environment that, whilst stimulating, will identify health and safety as a paramount consideration.

Literacy and Numeracy will form the foundations of our pupils’ success in learning. We will build on our previous success to best serve the needs of our children using the skills of everyone in the school. We take responsibility for, and will drive, our own improvement, set our own challenging targets and recognise that, like every good organisation, we will strive for ways to improve every aspect of our school.

Learning will be focused on individual pupils’ needs and abilities. We will further develop dialogic learning and assessment for learning, enabling children to take greater responsibility for the assessment of their own learning thereby developing greater ownership and motivation.

We will provide activities both inside and outside school hours to extend and enrich learning beyond statutory requirements.

We will encourage healthy lifestyles by both promoting a healthy diet and providing opportunities and entitlement for physical exercise beyond statutory requirements. By working with outside agencies eg the school nurse and secondary schools we can help to further develop children’s well-being.

Information Technology will be utilised to enhance learning whenever appropriate and to make the school more effective and efficient in its day-to-day management, enabling administrative staff to better monitor information which contributes to school improvement.

Pupils will be given varied opportunities for being responsible and supportive towards their peers and the running of the school as a whole through; the Buddy Scheme, the School Council, the Learning Council and other life-skills by working in the school library.

Admin staff will assist others to more effectively carry out their roles by providing excellent administrative support. We recognise that they are the ‘front line’ in communication with parents and outside organisations and, as such, represent the school’s perceived image on a daily basis.

We will all maintain and further develop our partnership with parents by giving helpful information and seeking improved ways of communicating with them about their children’s progress and the school in general. We recognise that parents of children with special needs are especially keen to be informed about their children’s progress so that they can work with us.

Teachers and classroom assistants will work together to support all learners; always paying attention to those with special educational needs, those who are particularly talented learners and any groups that are vulnerable to under-achievement. We will give extra support to the learners that need it most.

The Caretaker will monitor the school premises and site to ensure that children and staff can thrive in a safe, secure, well-maintained, clean environment.

Lunchtime staff will ensure the safety and well-being of pupils during lunchtime so that the children can return to their classrooms refreshed and ready to continue their studies.

The headteacher will; further develop effective systems for quality assurance and self evaluation so that in school high standards of achievement; positive attitudes to learning and positive behaviour can be further promoted, and; support all staff in the fulfilment of their roles.

All managers will provide staff with; positive feedback regarding their performance; opportunities for further development; support, both professionally and personally, to assist with their general well-being.

In summary, we will all do everything we can to enable every child to gain as much academic achievement and personal development as they possibly can whilst enjoying their time at New Waltham Academy.

BREAKFAST CLUB
07:30 - 08:45 £5.50
08:00 - 08:45 £5.00

AFTER SCHOOL CARE
15:20 - 18:00 £10.00
15:20 - 17:00 £8.00
http://www.newwaltham.net
Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe
Schools / Primary
01472 310013
Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe , Sutcliffe Avenue , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN33 1AW

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe is situated on the Nunsthorpe Estate in the western part of Great Grimsby in North East Lincolnshire. Until September 2012, Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe was called Nunsthorpe Community School. The original school was built in 1931 and was a traditionally-built single story building, typical of those constructed during the inter-war years.

The name ‘Nunsthorpe’ takes its name from the nuns who, in the 16th century, lived in the local priory, and from the word ‘thorpe’, the Old Norse name for village. Although the priory was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1539, the name ‘nuns of the village’ (Nunsthorpe) has kept its name right up to this day.

Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe is a large co-educational school, which admits students between the ages of 3 to 11 years.

The Academy has been adapted to accommodate disabled pupils. All major entrances/exits are wheelchair-friendly and there are a number of toilets designated and adapted for disabled student use within the academy building.

Breakfast Club Available from 07:45am
Various After School activities available
http://www.oasisacademynunsthorpe.org
Old Clee Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 691887
Colin Avenue , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN32 8EN

Sessions run on; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Monday

n this school education is about children experiencing the joy of discovery, solving problems and being creative. It is about developing their self-confidence as learners and maturing socially, emotionally and academically, so that children may thrive as independent lifelong learners.

With this in mind, Old Clee Primary Academy will combine high standards with a broad and rich curriculum that will be presented in an interesting, exciting and imaginative manner. Education will be the fusion of excellence and enjoyment and will provide lots of opportunities for first-hand experience, practical work, investigation and learning through play. The curriculum will be enlivened and enriched by exciting and inspiring entry points and exit points (known as Celebration of Learning Events) that parents will be very much a part of. Visits, visitors, and extensive use of the environment will be used to further enhance learning opportunities. We believe that children learn better when they are inspired, excited and engaged. When there is joy in what they are doing, they learn to love learning.

Inspired to Believe, Learning to Succeed

•Provide innovative, inspirational and challenging opportunities which encourage children to become lifelong learners, and to be the best they can be.

•Develop confidence, independence and a ‘can-do’ attitude within a safe environment so that children are ambitious for themselves and for others.

•Develop caring, considerate, well rounded individuals, who are polite, well behaved, respectful and resilient.

Breakfast club £2

http://www.oldcleeprimaryacademy.co.uk/
Ormiston South Parade Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 231659
Fildes Street , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN31 1TU

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Our Academy is a welcoming and caring academy where children are at the centre of everything we do. Through our exciting and inspiring curriculum we equip all children with high level skills in reading, writing and mathematics. Whatever their starting points or individual needs, our teachers are committed to supporting and developing every child so that they make the best possible progress.

Our enrichment programme of extra-curricular activities and various trips and residentials all contribute to building happy and confident children who have a love of learning that they will carry with them as they become confident, proud and successful adults. We pride ourselves in having strong partnerships with parents and families and the academy’s surrounding community. Above all, we have a reputation for being a caring and inclusive academy where every child really does matter.

I do hope the information you will find here provides you with an understanding of our academy ethos. If you haven’t visited our academy and would like to know more, please do contact us to arrange a visit. We would love to hear from you!

Ms Jane Nolan, Principal
http://www.osparade.co.uk
Phoenix Park Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 323597
Park Avenue , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN32 0BZ

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Welcome to Phoenix Park Academy.

Phoenix Park is proud to be different. We are an Alternative Education Academy, serving students from all of the mainstream schools in North East Lincolnshire.

All of our students are referred from a mainstream school setting for one reason or another. They have come to us for an agreed period of support before going back to their mainstream school or moving on to a more suitable school placement. We make a difference during their time with us; by working on the skills they will need to be successful in their next placement.

Where Are We?

Phoenix Park Academy is a split site school. Our Key Stage 2 and 3 learners are based on Harold Street in Grimsby at the Phoenix House site. Our Key Stage 4 students are based at the Park House site which is adjacent to Park Avenue in Grimsby. At Park House the atmosphere is deliberately more like a college, encouraging our students to plan and prepare for post 16 education.

Currently we can cater for 42 students at Phoenix House and 48 students at Park House. There are photos in our galleries of the facilities on each site, so please take a moment to enjoy them. They are proof of our children’s endless capacity to improve and to overcome their problems, when given the right help.

Admissions.

We encourage all parents considering a placement for their child to visit us. It is important to see the quality of the facilities we offer, but also to meet the team and to understand the way that we work. To arrange a visit please contact the school office on either of the numbers below:

Phoenix House: 01472 351412

Park House: 01472 323597
http://phoenixparkacademy.co.uk/
Pilgrim Academy
Schools / Primary
01469 572368
Allerton Primary School , Allerton Drive , Immingham , North East Lincolnshire , DN40 2HP

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Pilgrim Academy is at the centre of its community, raising aspirations and achievement. It does this in two ways: firstly, through the excellent teaching of an extended and balanced curriculum which ignites curiosity, unlocks talent and realises potential; and secondly, by exercising high quality care, guidance and support that assures the safety, welfare and personal development of each child and young person.

Pilgrim Academy works with both statutory and voluntary local partners, to promote extended learning facilities for its pupils.

Tollbar Family of Academies aims to offer a world-class, 21st century education to the young people in all its academies, providing life-long learning opportunities and creating centres of excellence which model the successful practices at the founder school, Tollbar Academy, thereby bringing confidence and pride to the local community.
•Is aware of and responsive to the needs and ambitions of its local community
•Is equipped to take responsibility for raising the aspirations and achievement of its pupils
•Offers an exciting, extended and relevant curriculum
•Provides excellent teaching
•Recognises and shares success; identifies and works on areas in need of improvement
•Ensures the welfare and safety of all members of its community
•Ensures no individual nor group of learners lose confidence in their ability to succeed
•Encourages the learning attitudes of curiosity, resilience and independence
•Promotes care for self and each other, honesty, courtesy, tolerance, service and respect
•Prepares its pupils as active and responsible citizens in local, national and global contexts
•Prepares its pupils for the next stage in their learning and for the world of work
http://www.pilgrimacademy.co.uk
Queen Mary Avenue Infant And Nursery School
Schools / Primary
01472 230230
Queen Mary Avenue , Cleethorpes , North East Lincolnshire , DN35 7SY

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

At Queen Mary Avenue Infant and Nursery School, we work closely with our families and the wider community to give the children the very best start possible. We pride ourselves on the pastoral provision on offer; our caring and dedicated team strive to ensure that all pupils become the best they can possibly be.

We recognise that children learn best when they are working in a calm, safe environment, taking part in learning tasks which are interesting and enjoyable. We therefore offer a broad and balanced curriculum, enhanced by a variety of theme days, trips and visitors. We also provide a wide range of clubs and enrichment opportunities.

You are welcome to contact the school to discuss any matter concerning your child and we are always happy to make arrangements to show you around. Queen Mary Infant and Nursery School values your support and we look forward to working in partnership with you.



Mrs Melanie Castle

Headteacher
http://www.queenmaryinfants.org.uk/
Reynolds Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 691797
Machray Place , Cleethorpes , North East Lincolnshire , DN35 7LJ

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday


It has been another very successful and exciting year at Reynolds Academy. Alongside academic achievement and progress, at the heart of our ethos, is a drive and determination to develop wider skills and talents. As you visit our website, you will see the many enrichment opportunities our pupils have enjoyed. It is so important to celebrate our pupils' success.

Our Academy is slightly larger than the average sized primary school and we cater for children from the age of 3 until they are 11. Children are taught in single age groups and from Year 2 to Year 6 they are taught in sets for English and Maths.

We have a dedicated and highly motivated staff at Reynolds Academy who work extremely hard and have high expectations of our children. Each year group team is composed of at least two Teachers, supported by Teaching Assistants.

The Senior Leadership team consists of the Principal, Andrew Clark; the Assistant Principal, Alison Stephenson, who is also the English co-ordinator; Christine Lacey is the Executive Head, who has an overview of Reynolds Academy and Theddlethorpe Academy. In addition, Steve Lond is the KS2 Mathematics Coordinator and Lacey Jenney is the KS1 Maths co-ordinator.

Of most importance to us is the partnership between home and school. Throughout the year there are a wealth of opportunities for us to liaise and work together through letters, events, assemblies, homework and meetings. The Academy website is an invaluable source of information and contact with us. We are readily available to families to discuss whole school matters or those involving individual children.

Family enquiries or concerns are treated seriously and where the Academy and home are working together we find that matters are always brought to a successful and positive conclusion. As well as working together, community views are sought by letters and questionnaires.

We have an active school council. As well as the life of the school, the school curriculum is developing all the time. School improvement comes from staff and professionals within Tollbar Family of Academies working together within the school community to embrace new educational thinking and initiatives. The staff at the school have an excellent understanding of how children learn and what learning should look like for each individual child. They use methodical assessment to plan carefully for each lesson and group.

Those children who are gifted and talented and those with special educational needs are supported within the Academy and where possible and reasonable, special arrangements are made for them to receive the education that they need in a mainstream setting. We are honest and realistic about our expertise and experience and always have the child's best interests at heart. We will try everything in our power and experience to cater for the needs of individuals.

We like to have fun whilst we are learning. The staff are continually trying out new ideas, making exciting trips, getting in visitors and using the community to enhance the provision in school.

We hope that the website is a useful source of information for parents and pupils. Please add our website to your favourites list and visit us regularly to keep up to date with our events, achievements and activities. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the school.
http://www.reynoldsacademy.co.uk
Saint Joseph's Pre-School Playgroup
Schools / Primary
01472 690672
Philip Avenue , Cleethorpes , North East Lincolnshire , DN35 9DL

Sessions run on; Wednesday

Every Wednesday (from 26.4.17) 2-3pm (during term time) £1

Friendly and caring environment for parents/grandparents/carers and children (0-4)

Featuring arts and crafts, play dough and physical play
Circle Time for stories and songs

Run by Mrs McHugh (Class Teacher), Mrs Kent (Early Years Practitioner) and Miss Wilkinson (Teaching Assistant)

Come along- it’s a fantastic way to meet new people and support your child’s development!!

Any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us. TEL: 01472 690672 www.sjp.academy
http://www.sjp.academy/docs/playgroup.pdf
Saint Mary's Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 357982
Wellington Street , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN32 7JX

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Our Mission

"We value all in the name of Jesus the Christ"

In the name of Jesus Christ

We Believe

Everyone has the right to have their dignity respected, their worth valued and to become fully human and fully alive. These rights are rooted in the belief that we are created in the image and likeness of God.

We Hope

Our hope is that all who come into contact with our schools will be inspired to grow spiritually, act justly, think critically, work cooperatively as life-long learners, confident in the knowledge of God's love for them.

We Commit

We Commit ourselves, through the Catholic Dimension of our schools
•to develop the children's spiritual, moral, cultural, intellectual and physical well being;
•to treat all people with justice, respect and equality, as Children of God;
•to encourage, as Children of God, a spirit of community and cooperation based on Gospel Values, embracing Forgiveness and Reconciliation in all our relationships.

Breakfast club available from 8am - £1, unless on Pupil Premium
https://www.saintmarysprimarygrimsby.co.uk/
Scartho Infants' School And Nursery
Schools / Primary
01472 879634
Edge Avenue , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN33 2DH

Sessions run on; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Monday

Our Aims

Here at Scartho Infants' School and Nursery, we strive to create a happy, safe and caring environment in which children can learn and grow, developing positive self-esteem and making the most of their abilities and talents.

The school enjoys strong links with the community it serves. We hope that you and your child will have a happy and successful time with us and the school looks forward to working in partnership with you to achieve this.

Our Schools Ethos and Values

To create an interesting, purposeful and stimulating school environment where children feel happy, safe, valued and secure.

To facilitate exciting learning opportunities and foster independent thinkers.?

To have high expectations for all, where success is encouraged, rewarded and celebrated and where it is "safe" to make mistakes.

To develop a high standard in skills of literacy and numeracy and the ability to use such skills to communicate with others.

To encourage awareness of the scientific, social, historical and geographical aspects of the local environment and wider world, learning to use tools and equipment suited to such tasks.

To share the experience of creative expression in music, arts and crafts and literature and physical education.

To learn sensitivity to each other's needs, to be friendly, courteous and tolerant to others, and to understand the needs of the world outside the school.

To an inclusive school where each child has equality of opportunity and is treated fairly.

To encourage a working partnership between home, school and the wider community for the greater benefit of the children’s education.?

?Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.
http://www.scarthoinfants.co.uk
Scartho Junior Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 879524
Edge Avenue , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN33 2DH

Sessions run on; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Monday

'Developing a Life Long Love of Learning' is our learning slogan at Scartho Junior Academy. Whilst there is always a high priority on achievement and progress in English and Maths, we feel that it is just as important to ensure that all children are developing a love of learning and enjoy to coming to school.

With this in mind, our aim is to ensure that all children have the right to experience an enriched and highly motivating curriculum. We want every child at our school to become 'great learners'. We achieve this through the combination of

• our 'Immersive Learning' approach to learning
• our focus on developing each child's 'Learning Skills'
• our continual development of our '10 Promises
Breakfast club available from 8.15.
http://www.scarthojunior.co.uk/
School Council - Coomb Briggs Primary School Pupils
Schools / Primary
01469 572584
Roval Drive , Immingham , North East Lincolnshire , DN40 2DY

Sessions run on;

For Coomb Briggs Pupils ONLY

The School Council comprises of a group of pupils elected by their peers to represent pupil opinion. They are involved in decision making with the Senior Leadership Team.
http://www.coombbriggsprimary.co.uk
Signhills Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 694811
Signhills Academy , Hardys Road , Cleethorpes , North East Lincolnshire , DN35 0DN

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Signhills Academy admits pupils between the ages of 7 - 11 years and is committed to providing an inclusive and educationally rich environment for our pupils. High standards of teaching and learning are at the heart of our ethos.

Signhills Academy was built and opened in 1969 in a pleasant site just back from the seafront and adjoining Cleethorpes Cricket Club. It is a Junior School with three hundred and sixty children on role. Children at the school are based in twelve mixed ability class groups and the school currently employs over fifty staff. The School has a very good reputation and attracts a high percentage of children from a wide geographical area centred on Cleethorpes.

The accommodation in the single storey building includes twelve classrooms and a number of shared areas designed to promote collaborative learning. This comprises of two halls, one of which operates a state of the art lights and video projection system, and also includes a double sized classroom that houses a successful after school club, a retro cafe, a learning street and our own indoor swimming pool. There is also an administration area with the usual range of designated rooms

The school shares the same site as Signhills Infant Academy. There is a history of a successful partnership with the two schools in many areas including joint committees and working parties.

After much thought, and consultation, Signhills converted to become an Academy in August 2011. The Governors made the decision based on the strong school ethos and their high aspirations for the future of Signhills.

As part of the process of converting to an Academy, Signhills became a founder member of the Athena Primary Learning Alliance. This is a relaxed group of eight other like-minded schools that are continually working together to make our schools better as a group while maintaining our own total independence. It started from a small group of heads with an interest in making ICT an effective learning tool and has grown into a truly supportive cluster of schools. It now shares an interest in ICT, Curriculum Innovation, Staff Development, Teacher Training and shared Policies which member schools buy in or out of as they wish.
Breakfast Club available form 8am £1

Telephone: 01472 694811

Email: office@signhillsacademy.co.uk

http://www.signhillsacademy.co.uk/
Springfield Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 230260
Springwood Crescent , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN33 3HG

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Springfield Primary School is open to pupils between the ages of 4 to 11 years and the school is committed to challenging and supporting each pupil in order for them to reach their full potential. We provide a stimulating and exciting learning environment which encourages an enthusiasm for learning. We are committed to high standards and expectations striving for excellence in all that we do.

Respect, good manners and positive attitudes are actively nurtured in order to develop independence and life skills, so that everyone makes a positive contribution to our school and the wider community. There are also many extra curricular activities and clubs for pupils to participate in and enjoy plus musical opportunities, excursions and concert performances.

Breakfast club from 8am £3
After School Club up to 16:30 £5
up to 17:30 £7
http://www.springfieldprimaryschool.co.uk
St James School
Schools / Primary
01472 503260
St James School , 22 Bargate , Grimsby , Lincolnshire , DN34 4SY

Sessions run on;

We recognise that an education at St. James’ is both a tremendous opportunity and a huge investment in your child’s future. St. James’ strives to make our education affordable to all, regardless of family background or financial circumstance. We offer bursaries and scholarships to families based on their demonstrated financial need and, as a school, we are committed to an inclusive social mix that reflects the world in which we live.

Prep Fees start from £1535 per term (full time)

Senior Fees start from £2870 per term*

For more information please contact the Admissions Office
http://www.saintjamesschool.co.uk/
St Joseph's Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 690672
Philip Avenue , Cleethorpes , North East Lincolnshire , DN35 9DL

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Welcome to Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy web site. We do hope that this web site gives you a little insight into our academy; all who visit and attend believe it is a very special place, but don’t just take my word for it come and see for yourself.

We are a small single entry school, where we strive to provide an education, which develops the ‘whole child’ in a caring, Christian ethos. We have a vision that, it is our shared responsibility to ensure all children receive an education which will prepare them well for the next stage of their education and to be good law abiding citizens with a strong belief in what is right and wrong, plus a belief in themselves and their own ability. It is important that we give them the skills to aspire to be the best that they can be.

At the same time our mission statement, ‘ We value all in the name of Jesus the Christ’ permeates through all we do and supports the belief that we are all equal in God’s eyes and therefore in ours!

We celebrate the diversity of all our pupils, staff and governors and want to work together create a strong learning culture where it is safe to fail and support is given when needed.

As you look through our web site you will see how we embrace a wide and varied curriculum which allows children to gain a deeper understanding of the world around them.

In September 2015 we were very excited to open our new nursery; it is so wonderful to have these young children joining us in assemblies and other events. Children are admitted throughout the year as they turn three, at the present time you are able to buy some extra sessions, to the 15 hours funded, please contact the office or apply on line for more details.

September 2015 was a busy time for us, as we also launched our new 'Wrap Around Care’. I can assure you your children will be well looked after between the hours of 08:00- 18:00 if you need this service.

Thank you for taking the time to read my introductory letter, for more information please delve further into this web site or visit the school, we would love to show you round. We are all very proud of Saint Joseph’s Academy.

Hope to see you soon.

Regards

Sarah K. Pollard (Mrs.)

Head Teacher.

Our Breakfast Club is held each morning from 8:00am (see the Breakfast & After School Clubs page for more information)

Wrap Around after school club is held between 3:10 and 5:15pm each afternoon.



We have activities available daily. These may include ipads, colouring, classroom toys & games, playground toys & team building games.

Prices from September 2017 are as follows

3:15-4:15pm £5.00 per child per night (no tea at this time)

3:15-5:15pm - £9.00 per child per night plus £1.50 for a light tea e.g. beans on toast, tinned sausages, fruit, jelly, yoghurt etc.

Wrap around care to follow after school activity - £5.00 until 17:15 plus £1.50 for a light tea.

5 nights pre booked with 3:15-5:15pm sessions - discounted rate of £50.00 including tea.

Second child (5 nights pre-booked) will be given a 20% discount

http://www.sjp.academy/
St Martins Preparatory School
Schools / Primary
01472 878907
St Martins Preparatory School , 63 Bargate , Grimsby , Lincolnshire , DN34 5AA

Sessions run on;

St Martin´s, established in 1930, is an independent co-educational preparatory school for pupils aged 2-11. Housed in a stunning Edwardian building our traditions of conduct and manners dovetails with our academic excellence. At the rear of the main building the children less than five years of age are taught in our purpose built Early Years Setting which is a modern building full of light and colour that also incorporates a separate playing area.

The school offers a happy and caring environment where children can flourish. All children are encouraged to aim high and always try their best in order to fulfil their potential. We have a first class academic reputation; exceptionally high rates of children pass the Lincolnshire Grammar Tests and progress to the outstanding local Grammar Schools. Highly focussed academic classroom lessons are balanced with specialist teaching of French, Drama, PE, Swimming and Music.

http://www.stmartinsprep.com
St Peter's Church Of England Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 691964
St Peter's Avenue , Cleethorpes , North East Lincolnshire , DN35 8LW

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Our Local Education Authority is North East Lincolnshire and we are a Church of England Controlled school within Lincoln Diocese. The Church has a significant influence on the school, through the Foundation Governors and through direct links with St Peter's Church and the Diocese.

We have apporximately 195 pupils on roll, aged 4 through to 11 years. Children are normally admitted into the school in the September before their fifth birthday.

The main point of contact for enquiries is Mrs Jo Wiseman (Head teacher) or Mel Hobson (School Business Manager)

We take pride in the systems we have in place, and the lengths to which we will go as a staff and school to ensure that there is an ethos of inclusion. We ensure that children with a physical disability are able to access the curriculum; we also provide friendship groups consisting of children across the school and small nuture groups for children with specific learning difficulties, but who also find a normal classroom environment too difficult.

If you would like more information about the school, you are very welcome to contact us, by phone (01472 691964), by email (office@spp.tlfe.org) or in person.


Breakfast Club Available from 07:40 free.
Various afterschool activities vailable
http://www.st-peters.ne-lincs.sch.uk
Stallingborough Church Of England Primary School
Schools / Primary
01472 882438
Station Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN41 8AP

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Ethos and Values

We believe that all of our pupils should:
•Reach their full potential and be the best that they can be!
•Learn about our Christian values in work, play and relationships
•Experience a good start which can be built on in the future
•Enjoy school and develop a love of learning
•Develop confidence and self-belief
•Develop independence and a sense of responsibility

Our Beliefs
We believe that everyone:
•has the right to feel safe, valued and happy in our school
•has the right to be heard
•has a right to an education that suits them
•should have a high quality learning environment
•should enjoy coming to and working in our school
•should behave in the way God asks us to

Our Values
We encourage everyone to respect fundamental British values by offering pupils a balanced presentation of views and values through our teaching and through the curriculum.

As a church school, we actively promote Christian values which we believe are values for life that anyone can support and develop.

We think these things are important and we promote and celebrate them!
•trust
•justice
•forgiveness
•generosity
•respect
•aspiration
http://www.stallingborough.ne-lincs.sch.uk/
Stanford Junior and Infant School
Schools / Primary
01472 318003
Cooper Lane , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN37 7AX

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Community members, parents, Stanford Trust members, pupils, staff and governors joined together to create Stanford Junior and Infants School Vision. This underpins our aims and values at school.

Our Purpose is:
To educate everyone effectively in a happy, safe, caring and stimulating environment, so that they develop a thirst for knowledge, enabling them to reach their full potential.

We believe:
•that everyone has the right to a good education
•that everyone deserves praise and recognition for all their efforts
•that everyone can be successful in their own right
•that everyone should have the opportunity to achieve personal success
•that everyone should be valued and have a sense of belonging
•that everyone is unique and has their own special gifts
•that everyone has a right to speak and be listened to
•that the environment should be stimulating and engaging
•in an exciting and engaging curriculum
•in high standards and expectations

Breakfast club and after school club avaailble.
http://www.stanfordschool.org
Stanford Junior And Infants School - Inclusion Team
Schools / Primary
01472 318003
Cooper Lane , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN37 7AX

Sessions run on;

Stanford Junior and Infants School's Inclusion Team is headed by Liz Waugh. She works with the school to support and develop children with behavioural difficulties.
Stanford Junior And Infants School - Initial Response Team
Schools / Primary
01472 318003
Cooper Lane , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN37 7AX

Sessions run on;

Stanford Junior and Infants School's Initial Response Team member is Lorraine Norris. This team supports children with a range of difficulties and sometimes crises in their lives. She has support children in the school for a wide range of reasons.
Strand Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 354605
Strand Street , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN32 7BE

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Academy Ethos

At Strand Primary Academy we care for our pupils. This policy provides clear guidance which supports our determination to reach our vision and accomplish our aims.

Vision

At Strand Primary Academy, we are determined to inspire our children to think creatively, to nurture their natural curiosity, to support them morally and pastorally and to prepare them to contribute positively to their community in the 21st century.

Aims

At Strand Primary Academy we aim to:
Inspire a love of learning
Develop each child’s potential to the full, intellectually, spiritually, physically, emotionally, socially and morallyPromote respect and teamwork
Challenge learners to exceed their own and our expectations
Remember that above all else, good teaching is about developing a sound and meaningful two way relationship with the child and creating an atmosphere in which children and adults come happily to school

Breakfast Club available from 8:00am 30p
http://www.strandpa.org.uk
The Cambridge Park Academy - Behaviour Support
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

Sessions run on;

This course is for staff working with pupils who have learning difficulties.

It will support staff to;

Reflect on your own and others’ behaviour
Identify triggers within your setting
Provide useful tips and practical ideas
Share good practice
Develop an action plan for your setting

This course is normally delivered in a two hour slot
http://www.cambridgepark.co.uk/behaviour-support/
The Cambridge Park Academy - C.A.R.S 2 Assessment
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

Sessions run on;

The Childhood Autism Rating 2 Assessment will be conducted at your establishment. A half day observation of the pupil will be made in conjunction with professionals working with the pupil and a comprehensive report produced and issued.

The C.A.R.S. 2 Assessment can be invaluable tool for screening new and existing pupils, providing evidence/information for annual reviews etc and can assist in the planning of any required additional support for pupils.
The result obtained is expressed as a percentile autism spectrum rating, and the report also contains a breakdown of the various areas involved in determining the percentile score. Our assessor will return to your establishment with the report and offer detailed feedback and advice.
http://www.cambridgepark.co.uk/cars-2-assessments/
The Cambridge Park Academy - Communication And Social Interaction
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

Sessions run on;

This course will support the understanding of communication in the classroom;

It will provide staff with the skills and strategies to reduce inappropriate behaviours in the classroom setting which are as a result of lack of understanding or other speech and language difficulties.

The course also aims to improve the ability of staff to communicate effectively with pupils with severe learning difficulties. It covers a range of classroom strategies which will improve pupil learning and social understanding.

Timing – 2 x 2 hour sessions with a break of 3 – 4 weeks in between.

Please contact us if interested.

http://www.cambridgepark.co.uk/communication-and-social-interaction/
The Cambridge Park Academy - Education Psychology Assessments
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

Sessions run on;

One Off Assessments for Schools & Academies
Strategies And Advice To Settings - Fee: £600
Comprising:
Half day in school/academy to carry out observations, discussions with staff/parents and assessment. Written report to school/academy within 2 weeks, with advice and strategies, and feedback meeting with parents/SENCO in school to discuss outcomes.

Assessment/Support/Advice Package for
Schools & Academies - Fee: £1,200
Comprising:
Comprehensive assessment equivalent to 1 full day in school as detailed above with additional items for sensory needs, ASD screening
Follow-up with school staff over a term – 3 meetings SENCO support and evaluation of interventions
Support for statement evidencing
Feedback visit and 3 further visits for observations and feedback to SENCO
Negotiable Consultation Advice is available please telephone for a fee.
http://www.cambridgepark.co.uk/educational-psychology-assessments/
The Cambridge Park Academy - Life Skills Programs
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

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Key Stage 4 pupils follow life skills accredited programmes here at Cambridge Park Academy.

Life skills programmes at Foundation Level (E1 – L1) are offered for Key stage 4 pupils not registered with the academy. These courses will improve the basic skills, knowledge, and understanding necessary for independent living.

The course will be sited at the main site or at the Sixth form centre on Cromwell Road.

Attendance patterns will normally consist of one half or one full day a week, although arrangements can be made to suit individual requirements.

Pupil’s work will be assessed through a portfolio of evidence and accredited through one of the following Certa qualifications

Progression’ (Entry Level 3 – Level 2)
Independent Living’ (Entry Level 1,2,3)

Please contact Sue.bates@cambridgepark.co.uk for details
http://www.cambridgepark.co.uk/life-skills-programs/
The Cambridge Park Academy - Manual & Lifting Handling
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

Sessions run on;

Manual Handling Courses.

This one day course will cover all aspects of moving and handling clients. Health and Safety and Legislation relating to manual handling will be covered. Staff will practice safe and effective methods of moving clients to meet their daily needs in a variety of settings.
The course can be adapted to meet your own environment and client needs dependant upon age, size etc.
The course will be run by Centaur trained staff and certificated.

Lifting and Handling Courses (2 hour course)
Covers all aspects of Health and Safety and basic back care related to the working environment.
This course is relevant to teaching staff, site supervisors, office staff, kitchen staff or any staff expected to undertake lifting and handling as part of their role.

Please contact us for details.
http://www.cambridgepark.co.uk/manual-lifting-handling/
The Cambridge Park Academy - Peer Massage
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

Sessions run on;

Peer Massage (pupil to pupil)

The Massage in Schools Programme (MISP) is a world wide initiative based on a theory of respect and positive touch. It will be delivered by our qualified instructor affiliated to the Massage in Schools Association.

Delivered at your establishment over a period of 6 weeks for pupils aged 4 - 12 years, our Instructor will demonstrate techniques and strokes involved in an individual classroom setting. A resource pack will be included in the course fee.

The cost of delivery will be arranged depending on travel and other expenses.
The course can also be delivered in a non-educational setting.

http://www.cambridgepark.co.uk/peer-massage/
The Cambridge Park Academy - Physical Needs Assessments
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

Sessions run on;

ABC Motor Assessment Battery
The ABC Motor Assessment Battery Test assesses gross and fine motor skills. The test will be conducted by two staff at your establishment by our experienced Physical Development department and takes approximately one hour. A comprehensive report will then be produced which includes an overall motor percentile score.
This standardised report will be a valuable tool for planning physical interventions and can be used as evidence in annual reviews/EHCP meetings.

Madeleine Portwood Test
This is a screening tool for dyspraxia. Whilst not providing a diagnosis which can only be done by a medical professional this will indicate dyspraxic tendencies. This can help to plan for physical interventions and may support the need for further assessment.
This test can be conducted individually in approximately 30 minutes or with additional provided staff in small groups within your setting.
As these assessments are very individual you would need to contact us to discuss your needs and agree a price.
http://www.cambridgepark.co.uk/physical-needs-assessments/
The Cambridge Park Academy - School Readiness Centre
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

Sessions run on;

SCHOOL READINESS CENTRE Opens September 2016

Emphasis on high quality provision to support children who struggle with larger open plan foundation stage settings.
4 – 6 children from mainstream partner schools aged approx 4 – 5years.
Placement offered for 12 months with planned transitions between Cambridge Park Academy, Partner school & parents.
Children will be transitioned back to mainstream with support from Cambridge Park Academy and training will be offered.
Managed by a qualified teacher with direct input into programmes, outreach work & collaboration with partner school.
Staffing 2 :1 with named keyworkers to implement individual programmes.

CRITERIA
Children with mild/moderate cognitive delays and additional SEN needs.
Additional SEN needs may not have been fully identified, may require ongoing assessment in a range of environments and situations.
Children who are unable to cope in large Foundation settings due to lack of opportunities to socialize, to learn, to sit and listen (e.g. poorly developed attention and listening skills).
Children who may present with some behavioral difficulties (e.g. flitting between activities, reluctant to engage, showing distress) due to environmental factors.
Children who need additional time for maturation in a smaller, nurturing environment that can provide more bespoke intervention to support the individual needs.
The costs for this service are negotiable
If we feel that the child fits the criteria and taking individual needs into account places will be commissioned by partner schools allowing for dual registration,
thus ensuring a return after the 12 month placement.
https://primarysite-prod-sorted.s3.amazonaws.com/the-cambridge-park-academy/UploadedDocument/67c18ad7029848a9961b3918f3b242ec/school-readiness.pdf
The Cambridge Park Academy - Sensory Workshop
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

Sessions run on;

Aimed at professionals working with pre-school pupils, early years and primary pupils exhibiting sensory integration difficulties including those on the Autistic Spectrum. These will offer training and advice on managing sensory needs in the classroom and the promotion of sensory integration. Participants will receive an introduction to sensory processing delivered by our highly qualified and experienced sensory team Manager.

Delivery will be workshop style encompassing presentations, activities and discussions.Advice on completing a sensory profile and delivering a sensory diet will be offered.Courses can be delivered at the Academy or in your setting to a number of staff by arrangement.

This course is a half day course and can be delivered at your venue on arrangement. Course Fees would be arranged depending on numbers.
http://www.cambridgepark.co.uk/sensory-workshops/
The Cambridge Park Academy - Special School
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Cambridge Park is a day, community, special Academy for
boys and girls aged three to nineteen who have a Statement of
Special Educational Needs or a Education Health and Care
Plan. Most students have complex learning difficulties, a third
have autistic spectrum condition (ASC) and for some of these,
separate provision is made. There are also significant numbers
of students with emotional and behavioural or speech and
language difficulties. The Academy has a 6th Form for students
between the ages of 16 and 19, whose educational needs cannot
be met in any other local Further Education provision, these
learners are based at the Cromwell Road Campus.
The Academy holds the Investors in Learners award.
Cambridge Park moved to Academy status in September 2011.

We have the following specialist Curriculum Bases:
1. Light Room/Sensory Rooms
2. Rebound Room
3. Information and Communication Technology Suite
4. Soft Play room
5. Fitness Suite
6. Outdoor all weather football pitch
7. Sensory Pod
8. Autistic Spectrum (AS) Resource Base of 7 rooms and a
covered outdoor area
9. A Conference Centre for training, meetings and reviews.
10. Specialist Vocational areas for our 6th form at Cromwell
Road Campus including Hair & Beauty Salon, Catering
Kitchen and dining area, Fitness Suite, Sen- sory Room
and Horticultural Provision.
11. The Laurus - a unit for learners with Asperger Syndrome
http://www.cambridgepark.co.uk
The Cambridge Park Academy - Team Teach
Schools / Primary
01472 230110
Cambridge Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5EB

Sessions run on;

TEAM TEACH

Team-Teach is a whole setting holistic training approach to behaviour support and interventions aimed at professional settings which may face challenging behaviours .
Team – Teach aim to provide an accredited training framework designed to reduce restraint and risk, through working together to help safeguard people and services.
The course is accredited by UKSkills and The Institute of Conflict Management. Courses are structured to accommodate a variety of settings and their individual needs.Training is carried out at the setting or at Cambridge Park Academy .

Courses available
6 hour Foundation Course – suitable for low risk settings.
12 hour Basic Course - suitable for high risk settings.
Advanced Modules as required are added on to a Basic Course.
Refresher Courses run to the setting requirements and the time frame given by Team –Teach.
The courses should be viewed as a whole setting initiative. Course fees are £55 per person.
Courses are run regularly at CPA as needed please contact us to join an existing course or to ask for a quote for a whole school delivery.
Each course is 6 hours in length and this can be delivered on a training day or over a series of twilight sessions. One hour refreshers courses are also available at a cost of £7.50 per person per hour.

http://www.cambridgepark.co.uk/team-teach/
Thrunscoe Primary And Nursery Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 320781
Trinity Road , Cleethorpes , North East Lincolnshire , DN35 8UL

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

The vision for our Academy is to be able to help everyone achieve their full potential and provide an environment of respect, confidence and happiness so that children become good citizens. We want to make a positive difference to the children in our care and to provide a good foundation for their education. We will ensure that all involved in our academy, including the families, feel valued and happy and that all pupils will make good progress in their learning as they travel through the school. We aim to inspire and maximise potential and to enable all to produce their best. We will endeavour to provide positive role models for the pupils and encourage them to do the same so that all can contribute to a safe, happy and healthy environment.

We believe we should all be good role models and that everyone should be valued and respected. Everyone has the ability to succeed and by providing the right environment for all we will stimulate learning and intellectual, physical, emotional and social development. We believe everyone is unique and that uniqueness should be celebrated. We believe that it is essential that we are patient and that learning should be a partnership where everyone works together for the benefit of all through mutual respect and by valuing the feelings of others. We believe that there should be clear expectations and that all should feel they can express themselves freely but respectfully. We believe everyone should be given equal chances and that by working together as a team we can all make a difference. We believe life in the academy should be fun and exciting for all and that our pupils should feel safe, able to ask questions and provided with all the help and encouragement that they need; the ability to listen is a gift. We believe everyone is special and has the right to be valued for themselves.

For further information please visit our website: www.thrunscoeprimary.ne-lincs.sch.uk or contact the school office on 01472 320781

Opening Times
KS1 Monday - Friday 8.50 - 15.15
KS2 Monday - Friday 8.50 - 15.20
http://www.thrunscoeprimary.ne-lincs.sch.uk
Waltham Leas Primary Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 822419
Manor Drive , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN37 0NU

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Aims and Values

Our intention is to foster the aspiration amongst children, staff, governors and parents for:

“…learning together; learning for life”

By this we mean that all individuals in the school will be encouraged to be continually engaged in the learning process and always try to do their best.

Method
To achieve this we will: -
•support and encourage the children to become effective independent learners
•constantly develop the quality of our teaching
•strive to actively involve parents in their children’s education

Our Values
Our vision is rooted in: -
•a respect for everyone involved in the school
•valuing learning as a continuous process
•trust and honesty
•tolerance and understanding
•enquiry and curiosity
•collaboration and teamwork
•consistency and fairness
•respect for individual differences
•a sense of shared responsibility within the school and the wider community

School Aims
Ethos
•To develop a common sense of purpose where differences in values and beliefs are respected.
•To help the children to foster a pride in themselves and their achievements.
•We will provide opportunities for each child to: -
•develop as a whole person recognising moral, spiritual, physical, social and intellectual needs;
•work independently with confidence and self-esteem;
•encourage your child to work both independently and with others.
http://www.walthamleas.ne-lincs.sch.uk
Weelsby Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 342554
Weelsby Street , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN32 7PF

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

School Partnership Trust Academy’s motto is ‘Together we are stronger’ and at Weelsby Academy we believe that when staff, parents and children work together all children, irrespective of their background, can succeed and achieve their ambitions. We work together to provide a happy, caring, safe and stimulating environment where learning is fun and everyone is encouraged to reach their full potential. We aim to broaden children’s minds and raise their aspirations. We are fostering a ‘can do’ approach and with everyone working together, we strive to make our school the best and the children the best they can be. http://www.weelsby.org.uk
Welholme Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 329944
Welholme Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN32 9JD

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Aims.

At Welholme Academy, we have been entrusted with the very privileged role of giving our children the very best education we can offer.

We endeavour to achieve this by developing the full potential of all our children.

We aim to:
•Ensure all children are happy, safe and feel secure.
•Encourage all children to develop their self-esteem to enable them to meet any challenges they may face and have the confidence and ability to make reasoned judgements and choices.
•Endorse a strong sense of moral and spiritual accountability on which to base their own behaviour so that our children learn to love, be fair, be trustworthy and honest and learn to respect themselves and everyone else.
•Create opportunities for all pupils to express their feelings and ideas creatively.
•Encourage all pupils to be aware of their own body and to develop a personal ownership and respect of it.
•Give all pupils the opportunity to acquire literacy and numeracy skills and enable them to apply these skills to solve problems.
•Encourage all pupils to develop independent learning skills and positive working habits.
•Encourage all children to adopt healthy lifestyle choices.
•Deliver quality teaching and raise achievement in all areas.
•To promote British values.

Our overall aim is improve and enhance the quality of provision we give our pupils here year on year in order to raise standards of achievement and attainment.


Breakfast club vavailbale from 8am, £1 per day
http://www.welholmeprimary.com
Western Primary School
Schools / Primary
01472 311550
Broadway , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 5RS

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Western Primary School provides a stimulating environment where curiosity is welcomed, enquiry encouraged and an excitement of learning is fostered. We try to enhance the life of each child, equipping them with the skills and knowledge to take a full part in society.

We promote understanding and respect for democracy, tolerance, fairness and respect for self, others and the environment and encourage collaborative learning. We also enable pupils to distinguish between right and wrong and accept responsibility for actions and behaviours.

We enable each child to feel pride in their efforts and to have confidence in their own abilities. We are striving to achieve a successful school of which staff, children, parents and the community will be proud and where all are welcomed, feel safe & secure and valued.

Breakfast Club available from 8am, 60p
Various afterschool clubs available
http://www.westernprimary.co.uk
William Barcroft Junior School
Schools / Primary
01472 501777
Barnett Place , Cleethorpes , North East Lincolnshire , DN35 7SU

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

The Aims of William Barcroft Junior School

We continually strive to find the sparks, hooks and springboards that engage enthusiasm and imagination which leads to progress and fulfilment.We aspire to be an extraordinary place to learn. A place that is built around our core values of mutual respect, trust, loyalty and cooperation. We understand that each learner is a unique individual with unlimited potential. We endeavour to create a school where everyone is valued and where we can embrace both diversity and those things that join us together. We aspire to be a place where everyone is able to achieve and enjoy learning and expect their success to be celebrated. We aim to work with children, parents and the broader community to enrich opportunity, make progress, maximise attainment, build positive and lasting relationships and engage in a powerful learning journey that has a lifelong legacy. We aim to create a school that enjoys the confidence of the community and one in which children expect to learn and smile.The routes to this are:
•Provision of a rich, broad and relevant curriculum entitlement for each child
•Embedding innovation and creativity into learning
•Building a clear picture of the talents and passions of every learner
•Develop transferable learning skills that have enduring application
•Recognising and celebrating success and modelling key behaviours, traits and attitudes
•Living out our expectations of children as learners and young citizens every day

William Barcroft Junior School – A vision of an excellent place to learn

Breakfast club available from 8am - 75p
Various after school club available
http://www.williambarcroft.ne-lincs.sch.uk
Willows Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 328013
Queensway , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN37 9AT

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

At Willows Academy we believe that every child has the potential to achieve amazing things. The children are at the heart of everything we do. We strive to provide an education that prepares our children for the future and enables them to be successful, resourceful, responsible and resilient lifelong learners.

Academy Aims:

To create an academy where learning is enjoyable, stimulating and equips the children with the skills to become lifelong learners.
To help children to develop lively, enquiring, imaginative and creative minds.
To develop the children’s ability to question and problem solve.
To broaden the children’s minds and aspirations through high quality learning experiences.
To develop opportunities for the children to apply taught skills and enable them to lead their own learning.
For pupils to play an active role in the life of the academy, have a shared ethos and a sense of belonging within the academy’s community.
To help pupils understand the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and promote this within the academy.
To have respect for and an understanding of the opinions, cultures, beliefs and lifestyle choices of others.
For children to take responsibility for their own actions and reflect upon the choices they make and the impact these can have on themselves and others.
To create a safe, caring environment where there is mutual respect and strong relationships between pupils, parents and staff.

Breakfast club from 8am £1
Various after school sclubs avalaible
http://www.willowsacademy.org.uk
Woodlands Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 500900
Woodlands Primary Academy , Pinewood Crescent , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN33 1RJ

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Visions & Values

At Woodlands Academy we ensure our values underpin everything we do. The ethos of the school is built around resilience and self-belief. We believe that every child, parent and member of the community should be treated fairly and equally regardless of their age, race, faith or beliefs. We demonstrate mutual respect for each other and encourage children to discuss and debate topical issues that they may face. We teach children about the rule of law and democracy and how this is reflected in our everyday lives.

Breakfast Club begins at 8am - £1
Various afterschool clubs available
Wybers Wood Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 235331
Timberley Drive , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN37 9QZ

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Wybers Wood Academy is a spacious, vibrant and welcoming primary school with 376 pupils aged from 4 to 11. Our children enjoy school and learn in a caring and rewarding environment. We are happy to admit children who are not within our catchment area. If you would like further information or want to arrange a visit, please contact us; we will be proud and happy to show you around our school and answer your questions. http://www.wyberswood.org.uk
Yarborough Academy
Schools / Primary
01472 237772
Yarrow Road , Grimsby , North East Lincolnshire , DN34 4JU

Sessions run on; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Our aim is to achieve high academic standards at the heart of the community – and our curriculum is how we succeed in this. Yarborough Academy wants your child to be literate, numerate and curious about the world around them. Our curriculum is unique to our context and to your children. You will see many examples of innovative and inspiring learning on this website.

Project based learning (PBL) engages, challenges, and inspires children to apply learnt skills in a real life context. A love of learning, thirst for understanding and opportunities to exhibit high quality work are central to the education your child will receive.

Breakfast club available from 8am £2
Various after school clubs available
http://www.yarboroughacademy.co.uk