Key Information and Ofsted For Inspectors page

Below you will find links that may be helpful for your visit to our website.

HV Providing Remote Education information Jan 2021

Contact Details, in case you would like to speak to us. You’ll also find the name of the member of staff who deals with queries from parents and the public on this page.

More information about the school, including information on the MAT we are part of.

To find out more about Reach South Academy Trust governance, the Trust Board, the Members and Trust policies, please click on the links at the bottom of this Page: Reach  Academy Trust

The latest Ofsted report, and links to find more.

KS2 Results.

The Department for Education’s performance tables for Hill View Primary Academy.

Our Privacy Notice MAY 2018

The school curriculum (and subject specific information), the phonics scheme we follow, and the way we teach British Values.

Hill View Primary Academy’s learning values and ethos values.

Our School Policies

Accessibility Plan

Admissions

Annual Reports and Accounts

To view your school or academy financial data Schools Financial Benchmarking Service

Calendar

Clubs and Extra-Curricular Activities

Term Dates

Governors

Weekly Newsletters.

Year Group Letters

Parents Feedback 

Pupil Premium

PE and Sports Premium funding for the last year.

Remote Learning

School Day

School Uniform

School Staff

SEND Policy

Keeping Children Safe in Education 2021

Request a copy of Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020 in a different Language

Request a free copy of the information on the school website

You exhibit high expectations and expect others to do the same. You hold staff rigorously to account for the quality of their teaching, as well as for the progress their pupils make.” – Ofsted, 2018

“Teachers have high expectations for all pupils and, as a result, pupils across the school are making good progress.”  – Ofsted, 2018

“Pupils respond to the care and respect shown to them by adults by generally behaving very well in lessons and around the school and caring for each other. They are polite, well-mannered and courteous and proud of their school particularly when showing the inspectors around and sharing their work in lessons.” – Ofsted, 2013