What is it like to be a pupil at Airy Hill Primary School?
Pupils succeed and flourish at our school. They achieve well across the whole curriculum. We have a very strong school community where staff care for our pupils and their well-being. Children’s behaviour is excellent throughout our school and reflects our high expectations. Not only do pupils behave very well, but they look out for one another and are helpful, polite and welcoming to visitors. Children are keen to talk about how much they enjoy their learning. They feel safe and know that there are adults that they can talk to if they have concerns. Our school values run deeply through the life of our school and are easily identified by anyone visiting us. Relationships between adults, children and our wider community are excellent. Children learn about their local heritage as well as aspects of culture from around the globe - they value and celebrate the differences in each other.
Airy Hill School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all the staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We actively promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.
If you are a parent who is considering sending your child to Airy Hill then please don't hesitate to contact the office to arrange for a meeting with us - we'd love to show you around our lovely school.
Mrs Catherine Matthewman and Mrs Chrissy Yates
Co - Headteachers