At Holy Family Catholic Primary School
We are proud of the fact that this is a Catholic school and we all work enormously hard to ensure that every individual pupil is challenged and developed in every aspect of their learning. You will see that as well as being a caring family centred school we also provide an enriched curriculum where our children enjoy the arts and sports.
Our Parish Church is Holy Family Catholic Church.
– Rubie Y1
Please take the time to visit our church –
Holy Family Catholic Primary School is a school for boys and girls aged 4 – 11 years, where the whole staff community focus on improving outcomes for all children in the widest possible sense. We place our children at the centre of everything we do and we constantly ‘aim for outstanding’ in every area.
There are 2 classes in each year group. Our children are taught in a mixture of 'set' and mixed ability groupings in English and Maths according to the spread of ability. This can be changed yearly. We have developed a in order to excite and engage the children in their learning. We are committed to enriching the curriculum – theme days and weeks are a feature of school life, as are visits by theatre groups and professional artists and musicians. We regularly visit places of interest both within and outside the local area. The children have wide access to music, with music throughout the school. We offer an ensemble, drumming academy, music tech mix club and choir for all to join. The school believes in offering a led by specialists and school staff.
At Holy Family Catholic Primary School we actively promote fundamental British Values within our curriculum. This forms part of our SMSC ethos and it is woven throughout our teaching and learning, in particular through PSHE.
For further information see .
Also parents may wish to explore the ‘
“The school is an exemplary environment within which its pupils and staff epitomise the schools Catholic ethos and values of each individual growing through the curriculum, display and relationships with others in a nurturing safe and loving Holy Family” – Southampton School Improvement Officer.
“Behaviour and behaviour for learning are outstanding. The values of the school are strongly evident in the environment as well as in the actions of pupils and adults. the welcoming ethos, and staff skill sets support the development of each individual pupil personally and academically.” – Southampton School Improvement Officer.
We have a large and friendly and we are committed to ongoing staff development. We are a National Support School, our Executive Headteacher is a National Leader of Education . She also works as a supporting Headteacher and Ofsted Inspector and is well supported by a strong staff including a Head of School. Our staff regularly support other schools