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Hinde House Primary School

Hinde House Primary School was purpose built in 2006 and is located in the North East of Sheffield.

It is one half of Hinde House 3-16 School which opened in 2002 as the first public sector ‘through school’ in the country.

Ofsted graded all aspects of Primary as outstanding in November 2012 and it was at the centre of our conversion to become an Academy in July 2013 and form a Multi Academy Trust with other local Primary schools in March 2014.

Our ambition is to provide an outstanding education so that every child reaches their full potential and progresses successfully into adult life.

We believe Hinde House Primary is a great place to learn and one where students and staff strive to be the best they can be.

This website is designed to give you all the information you may need if you are a current or prospective parent/carer, pupils, member of school staff or visitor.

If you have any suggestions or feedback regarding our website or indeed our school, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Aims and Ethos

We aim to be the best inner city Primary School in the country. We intend to break the link between context and achievement so that every child


Hinde House 3-16 School (Primary & Secondary) was inspected by Ofsted in June 2016 and was again graded as Good.

School Performance Tables

School Performance Tables can be found on the Department for Education website and by clicking the link below.


Hinde House Primary is part of the Brigantia Learning Trust which governs the following schools:

Curriculum - Early Years & Foundation

Curriculum - Key stages 1- 6


We cover E-Safety awareness within the curriculum in both key stages, specifically in PSHE and ICT.

Sex and Relationship Education (SRE)

Since September 2014, SRE is compulsory from Year 7 onwards and is no longer a requirement in Primary schools


Pupil Premium

The Government have rightly identified the progress and attainment of children who claim free school meals as a strategic national priority.

School Sports Premium Funding

Inclusion, Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

Hinde House aims to be an educationally inclusive school in which the

Enrichment, Extension and Extra-curricular

Evidence shows that pupils who take advantage of extra-curricular activities, learning outside of the classroom and become involved in the life of


We believe pupils must develop an awareness of the needs of others and the importance of charitable giving. As such, we support a range of charities

Publications & Key Information

We produce several publications throughout the year that aim to bridge the communication gap between you, your child and the school.

Remote Access

Remote access is available to all staff and pupils with a school network user account. Staff and pupil are able to access several systems remotely,



ATTENDANCE IS A KEY AREA FOR IMPROVEMENT. 95% is the minimum that pupils should be achieving.

Transition Y6 to Year 7

In September each year, there is an Open Evening for prospective pupils and parents/carers of Hinde House Secondary School.

Multi Academy Trust (MAT)

In March 2014, Hinde House 3-16 School (Academy Trust) became a Multi Academy Trust (MAT).