Student Login

Introduction

Hollinhey was opened in 1970; the building and grounds provide us with excellent opportunities for a wide range of activities. Inside we have a central hall, seven large classrooms, three learning bays, a library and an ICT suite. The suite allows every child access to a computer so that whole class teaching and learning of ICT can take place effectively.  Every classroom has two or three computers and an LED interactive multi-touch display screen.

We have disabled access through the majority of outside doors.  The school is on one level internally with wide doorways.  We have disabled parking and disabled toilet. .

Outside we are very fortunate to have two large playgrounds, two climbing frames, a "quiet area" a willow tunnel, an outdoor stage and wildlife viewing platform, a wild area, a study centre, a children’s garden and an enclosed environmental area. The whole school is set in well maintained grounds and is surrounded by beautiful countryside.

Specialisms

We have many other specialisms besides Art of which we are very proud and that make Hollinhey exceptional. On Friday afternoons in Key Stage 2 the children have the opportunity to choose from a wide range of clubs. These clubs are small groups of mixed age pupils and include activities such as orienteering, den building, survival skills, shadow puppets, cookery, engineering and film making etc. Hollinhey is well known for the opportunities offered in music. We have two choirs, a band, peripatetic teachers teach violin and woodwind and every year 4 child learns to play an instrument, free of charge, through Wider Opportunities. The children regularly perform in assembly and for the local community. Our Modern Foreign Language teaching is of a very high standard and every year we have a day to celebrate different languages. We also provide a huge range of extra-curricular clubs including dance, chess, ICT and a wide range of sports clubs such as cross-country, football, netball, rounders, lacrosse, cricket and rugby.

School Aims

Hollinhey’s school aims and values are evident throughout the school

1. To foster a happy, stimulating and secure learning environment in which pupils, staff, parents and governors work in a partnership within which everyone’s contribution to the educational processis valued.

2. To provide a broad and balanced curriculum of the highest possible quality through which each child can experience success and develop a love of learning.

3. To raise standards of achievement for all pupils.

4. To nurture the spiritual, social and moral development of our pupils by encouraging both a caring approach and an appreciation of their responsibilities towards other people.

5. To maintain and develop our links with the local and wider community.

6. To promote equal opportunities for all of our pupils and to encourage respect and understanding for other races, religions and ways of life.

7. To provide those resources which are necessary to fulfil our aims and to ensure that these are used flexibly, effectivelyand efficiently.

Our Core Values

1. Honesty

2. Effort

3. Achievement

4. Respect

5. Tolerance

These values run through everything we do here at Hollinhey and are embedded in the ethos of the school. All the children throughout the school were involved in choosing our core values, and parents were also consulted.

Every Child Matters

Hollinhey’s aims and values are closely linked to "Every Child Matters":

  • Be healthy
  • Stay safe
  • Enjoy and achieve
  • Make a positive contribution
  • Achieve economic well-being

We are very proud to say that every child does matter at Hollinhey and we are always working with governors, staff, parents, children, our community and various outside agencies to continually improve our already excellent provision.

Contact the School

Hollinhey Primary School

Bell Avenue, Sutton
Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 0EE

Contact for queries: Sinead Fox, Admin Assistant

Tel: 01625 383247
admin@hollinhey.cheshire.sch.uk

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