Please see our vacancy page for application forms regarding the following post. http://holyfamilyworksop.co.uk/about-us/vacancies/ PART-TIME TEACHER – MAINSCALE 2.5 days (Wednesday – Friday) Required for 1st January 2019 NOR – 188 “A shining example” Are you a fantastic teacher looking to work at an equally fantastic school, because we have an exciting opportunity for a superb teacher to [...]
We were delighted to receive our Section 48 Inspection Report today from the Diocese. There are many wonderful comments about the work of the school but particularly about our children and how well they respect and value the Catholic tradition. Please have a look. S48 Holy Family Worksop 21.06.18
After the recent success of Y3s visit to Creswell Crags, we have been given the opportunity for a one night stay at Camp Redwood. It is aimed at providing a fun and exciting, back to basics camp experience for children in the shadow of giant redwood trees surrounded by mixed species woodland. This provides an [...]
The government have produced some documents which you may find helpful if you have a child in Y2 or Y6. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are worried about SATs testing. Information_for_parents_-_2018_national_curriculum_tests_at_the_end_of_key_stages_1_and_2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuXJidYP7-0
What a lovely meeting last week regarding the residential experiences we are planning for our school. It was great to meet like minded parents from year 4 and 5 who believe that a residential experience can develop confidence, social skills, self esteem and independence. We are planning outdoor learning experiences that allows every child to [...]
https://youtu.be/9ViPStkG9wI Congratulations to James who came second in the Schools National Finals in Ireland on 24th March representing Holy Family Catholic Primary School. Well done James!
Children who read for enjoyment every day not only perform better in the reading tests we do, but also develop a broader vocabulary, increased general knowledge and a better understanding of the world around them. Being able to read well is more likely to determine whether your child does well at school than their social [...]
Julia played the bananas for us today in assembly to mark the start of our science week. It raised a few questions - and eyebrows. We have many great learning opportunities planned for us including a chemistry workshop, K'nex car challenges, marble runs, rockets and paintable circuits. We invite parents to celebrate this learning on [...]
On the week commencing 12th March we will be taking part in British Science Week. Children in every year at school will be taking part in a range of science, technology, engineering and maths activities and challenges.