Welcome to Hodge Clough Primary School

Our school is located on two sites. Our Lower School (EYFS & Year 1) is on Wilkes Street and our Upper School (Year 2 & KS2) is on Conduit Street.

Scholastic Book Fair

The Book Fair is arriving in school next week at both the Infant and the Junior sites, Monday 22nd - Thursday 25th October.

The Book Fair will be open at the Infant site from 3:10 till 4pm and at the Junior site from 3 - 4pm. It will also be open during parents' evenings until 6:30pm - Tuesday and Thursday at the Junior site and Wednesday at the Infant site. As well as the chance to grab a bargain, the Book Fair is an opportunity to support the school as we receive Scholastic credits for books purchased; enabling us to buy more books for school.

Thank you in advance for your support.

Please remember up to date information can also be found on our school Facebook page.

Parents’ Diary Dates       Autumn Term 2018

DATES

 WHAT’S ON

 

FIRST AUTUMN HALF TERM    7 weeks and 3 days term

Wed 5/09/18

Welcome back –children in  school today.

Fri 7/09/18

PSHE day- Growth Mindset

Wed 13/9/18

Swimming starts for Y6 classes this week

W/B 17/9/18

Enrichment opportunities start today / 5 weeks end 19/10/18

Tues  18/9/18

Infant meeting for parents Reading focus  5-5.45pm( EYFS , Y1, Y2)

Fri 28/9/18

Macmillan coffee morning @ Infant building

Fri 5/10/18

Harvest Assembly and Collection for Foodbank in Sholver both sites

Thurs 11/10/18

National Nasal Flu Immunisations (Rec to Y5)

Fri 12/10/18

9.30am Meeting for Nursery starters January 2019

W/B 15/10/18

Individual and Family photos from 8.15am at infants

Whole school sponsored event TBC

Wed 17/10/18

Class Assembly Year 1 Mrs Brophy 8.50am

Thurs 18/10/18

Class Assembly Year 1 Mrs Wood 8.50am

Class Assembly Year 2 Miss Gheith/Miss Shields/Mrs Walker 2.20pm

Fri 19/10/18

Enrichment activities finish today/Book Fair delivered at both sites.

W/b 22/10/18

Parents’ meetings Tues Y4,5,6,  Wed-EYFS, Y1 Thurs-Y2,Y3 (1.45pm-6.30pm)

Fri 26/10/18

Book fair collected at both sites

Break up

 

 

 

 

Ofsted Report

Ofsted inspect schools to provide information to parents, to promote improvement and to hold schools to account for the public money they receive. School inspections are required by law. They provide an independent assessment of the quality and standards of education in schools, and check whether pupils are achieving as much as they can.

You will find our most recent Ofsted report below.

School Performance 2018