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Contact

Please contact Lee Ashton, the Headteacher or
Carol Davies, Senior Administative Assistant
if you have any queries.

Primrose Hill Community Primary School and Children’s Centre
Phoebe Street,
Ordsall,
Salford,
M5 3PJ

Email: primrose.hill@salford.gov.uk
Telephone: 0161 921 2400
Fax: 0161 921 2415

 

SENCo Contact

Please ask to speak to Sharon Franks if you have any questions concerning our Special Needs provision.

 

School Gateway

We now use School Gateway for taking dinner money payments, signup for after school clubs, tracking attendance rates and updating personal information that we hold at school for your children. If you have not yet signed yourself up to School Gateway please make sure you do.

More information about what School Gateway is can be found here.

Instructions of how to signup and register for School Gateway are here.

FAQ's and further help about how to use School Gateway can be found here.

 

Parent View

As you know we are always keen to improve Primrose Hill and so school encourages families to respond to the questionnaires or to express their views of Primrose Hill by visiting the website: www.parentview.ofsted.gov.uk

 

Complaints

We try our best to do a good job here, however sometimes we do make mistakes. If you are not happy with any aspect of the work carried out at Primrose Hill Primary School, please do not hesitate to contact the headteacher, Mr Lee Ashton.  A copy of our school's complaints policy can be accessed via our policies page should you wish to take matters further.  This policy explains what you need to do if you need to take things further.  If your complaint is about the school's Headteacher you should contact our school's Chair of Governors, Mr David Dobson.  Please just telephone our main office number and ask for him.  

Primrose Hill Primary School
Phoebe Street, Salford M5 3PJ
Tel: 0161 921 2400
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