About our Schools

Trudi Toms – NCLT Director of Primary Education

Thorpe Hesley Primary School

https://www.thorpehesleyprimary.rotherham.sch.uk/

Address: Upper Wortley Rd, Thorpe Hesley, Rotherham S61 2PL

Phone: 0114 257 0153

A place where children grow.

When visitors walk into our school they feel welcome. There is an air of creativity, a feeling of excitement and obvious enthusiasm and love for learning from children and staff alike. To be truly successful, a school needs to have a heart, and Thorpe Hesley Primary School has a big heart.

We feel at Thorpe Hesley Primary School that the most important part of our Outstanding school is the pupils. We hope that, should you visit us, you feel this too.

As a primary school, staff, pupils and parents are working together to be a school we can be proud of. Our community is at the heart of everything we do.

Parents, carers and grandparents are always welcome in school to support us in whatever way they feel they can. Come and join us in our learning!

Sarah Hewitt – Headteacher

Redscope Primary School

https://www.redscopeprimaryschool.co.uk

Address: Kimberworth Park Rd, Rotherham S61 3JT

Phone: 01709 740350

Our school is a special place in which we will to uncover your child’s talents and celebrate their achievements. It is a happy and caring place.

We endeavour to make sessions interesting and expect that children will work hard and be enthusiastic about their learning. We believe in making sure that children have a whole host of experiences during their time at school (our ‘bucket list’) from going for a walk in the woods, learning to swim, playing a musical instrument and going on residential. Whilst we do have a wide curriculum with lots of exciting experiences, we believe that children succeed by mastering the basics of reading, writing and mathematics. Teachers track children’s progress thoroughly and help them to realise their potential.  The classes are managed to ensure the progress of all pupils taking into account differing abilities and strengths and achievement is continually monitored.

We understand that your child is special and that they can make a positive contribution to life in school and in the wider community. We look forward to working with you in order to ensure that your child makes progress and embraces the school motto of ‘being the best that they can be’ in all aspects of their life.

Alison Bradbury – Headteacher

Anston Greenlands Primary School

http://www.anstongreenlands.org

Address: Edinburgh Dr, North Anston, Sheffield S25 4HD

Phone: 01909 550557

Anston Greenlands is a friendly, welcoming primary school in the village of North Anston. We are committed to providing a high quality, engaging and meaningful education for every child in our school and this goes to the root of everything we do! Our learning is built around an exciting and highly motivating curriculum which was designed by the staff, with the needs of our children at its heart. We also run a successful breakfast and after school club, provide a wide range of extra-curricular activities and facilitate adult-learning opportunities; no matter what your age, you are welcome here at Anston Greenlands!

Alex Wirth – Headteacher
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