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About Us



About Our School

Primrose Hill was opened in September 2007 in a brand new building. It has grown rapidly and is now a busy two-form entry school. This expansion has enabled us to develop a brand new Nursery unit and some new classrooms. Despite increased numbers all children are known individually and we aim for all children to reach their full potential and have a happy and successful time at Primrose Hil.

We have created a happy, caring school with equal opportunities for all, a school where every individual is highly valued, where care and concern for others is central to our work. We provide a safe and caring learning environment designed to assess and meet the individual needs of all children and provide the skills necessary to be lifelong learners and good citizens in an ever-changing world.


The Aims of the School

We aim to build on the foundations laid in earlier years so that children in our care receive an education which will help them grow into confident and caring adults. It is therefore essential that we enable each and every child within our school to realise his or her full potential in all areas of life. A new Headteacher, Deputy Headteacher and Assistant Headteacher started working at Primrose Hill in September 2017.  Together with an invigorated Senior Leadership Team and Governing Board they are focused on raising rates of progress and standards of attainment.


School Performance (Including 2018 Data)

2018 was a good year fro Primrose Hill! We saw increases in EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Year 1 phonics screening check scores - however our biggest improvement can be seen in our Year 6 results!

In 2018 we saw the number of Year 6 pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing AND maths rise by 37%! This increase means that we are now ABOVE national averages by +4%! School also saw its highest ever number of children performing at a greater depth! We are certainly moving in the right direction!

Please use the links on the right to access information on our validated 2018 data.  You can also access our current OFSTED report and compare the performance of Primrose Hill using the links to the DfE's Performance Service website.


School Fund Mission Statement

Primrose Hill Primary School Fund raises money to support the following additional activities in order to meet the requirements of the ‘Every Child Matters’ agenda. These additional items and activities are for the benefit of the school’s pupils.

It does this in the following ways:

• Sponsored events
• Commissions (eg school photographs)
• Selling of school uniform items
• Donations
• School Fairs
• Raffles

• Buying small items (eg food for cookery lessons)
• School trips and events
• Initial payments for Fairs and Raffles (eg tickets, promotional items)
• Items to commemorate unique events and/or achievements (not exceeding £30)
• Prizes to reward and incentivise improved educational and personal outcomes
• Books, resources and additional equipment for school, including outside play equipment
• School photographs
• Special treats for the pupils of Primrose Hill (eg a special performance etc)
• After school clubs/events

Whilst this list is not exclusive, any items or activities not included should be approved by the Headteacher on their individual merit and reported to the Governing Body.

When a fundraising event has been held, the amounts raised will be communicated to all stakeholders within the school, and the details will be entered into the accounts. Parents and stakeholders will always be told how much money was raised at such events.
This account will be audited annually (Summer term) and the information will be made available to the Leadership & Management sub-committee of the Governing Body. Donations received will be detailed in the Headteacher's termly report to Governors. 

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