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School Crossing Patrol

On Friday, 18th January at 3.00 p.m. we will be holding a meeting in our hall for all parents/carers and interested members of the community. The meeting will be to provide an update on the School Crossing Patrol (“lollypop lady”) that school currently buy into….

Ofsted report

A school judged to be good at its last inspection normally receives a one-day short inspection approximately every three years.  Hollingworth Primary School was inspected on 16th January 2018 by Aelwyn Pugh, HMI, and received a rating of ‘good’. The Inspector praised the enthusiastic leadership…

Tameside 4 Good

Tameside 4 Good are offering the opportunity to apply for individual grants of up to £500 for local people to help local good causes through the giving of time and skills, money and resources.  The scheme is open to people aged between 5-25 who live…

Sporting achievements

Our year 5 and 6 hockey team recently qualified for the Tameside Hockey Tournment.  Although we faced tough opposition and were knocked out in the finals, the team played exceptionally well! Well done to all who took part!    

“Outstanding achievement in phonics”

Read Write Inc is the system we use to teach phonics to our four to seven year old children. It has proved to be very successful and we are extremely proud to have received this letter from Rt Hon Nick Gibbs MP (Minister of State…

Nursery places

We have places available in our Nursery from September 2018 for children aged 3-4 years. Monday – Friday, 9.00am to 12 noon.  If you are entitled to 30 hours nursery provision, you can split the hours between our Nursery and another setting if required. As…

“Pupils’ attitudes to their learning are outstanding. They are very ambitious and want to do the best they can. As a result, behaviour is outstanding in lessons and pupils work very hard at the tasks given to them.”

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