Our School

In this section you will learn more about our school, its performance and achievements and discover what makes it so special!



News

Keep up-to-date with life and events at our school. Click on the Facebook link below to see all our recent news stories and to see what our children have been up to.

School Values and Ethos

ETHOS and VALUES Children, parents, staff and governors have been involved in discussing what we feel to be the ethos and values of our school. Our aim is to provide an outstanding education by working together in effective partnership with children, parents and the community. We ensure that

Staff

Take a look at the teachers, teaching assistants and support staff that work and teach at Grappenhall Heys. If you would like to talk to a specific staff member please call us on 01925 212540.

Safeguarding

Click here to load Google Translate, which can be used to help to access all our information. Meet the Team At Grappenhall Heys Primary School, we operate a safeguarding team. Our head, Ms Kelly Jackson, is our Designated Safeguarding Lead and our deputy head, Mrs Corinna Tyson, is our Deputy

SEND at Grappenhall Heys

Our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCo) and Inclusion Lead, Mrs Corinna Tyson, leads our staff in supporting children with special education needs and disabilities (SEND). Please phone 01925 212540 to make an appointment if you have any questions about our school or

Equality and Diversity

Click here to load Google Translate, which can be used to help to access all our information At Grappenhall Heys we embrace and celebrate difference and diversity. Our Equality and Diversity Lead, Mrs Claire Smith Equality Policies Please click on these links for further information:

Ofsted Report

We are outstanding in all areas. Please download a copy of our June 2015 OFSTED report to read more detail. Or click here to access our Ofsted dashboard and see additional information. Quotes taken from June 2015 Ofsted Report... Teaching "Outstanding teaching stimulates and engages

School Performance

There is no published data available for 2019/2020 and 2020/21 as statutory tests were cancelled for these years. Our most recent published data is set out below. Academic Year 2018/19: EYFS Performance Data 2018/19 Year One Phonics Data 2018/19 KS1 SATs Performance Data 2018/19 KS2 SATs

Parent Voice

Parent Voice Feedback from parents is something we value highly and forms an important part of our self evaluation and school improvement process. 2021-22 Coming November 2021 2020-21 Parent Voice on our Remote Learning Offer Feedback from our January 2021 parent survey was incredibly

Admission Arrangements

Click here to take a virtual tour of our school . We are delighted to offer parents of prospective pupils the opportunity to see our school during a normal working day. To book your place, please call the school office on 01925 212540. We currently have sessions available on the following

Our Governing Body

All schools in England have a governing body which is responsible for overseeing many of the strategic decisions of the school. A key role is to act as a 'critical friend': to support, challenge, ask questions and represent the school community. Our Governing Body is made up of a range of people

Policies

Admission Arrangements Behaviour and Anti Bullying Behaviour Principles Written Statement Covid Catch up premium plan Charging and Remissions Policy Code of Conduct Complaints Policy Data Protection Our Data Protection Officer is Mrs E Newman. Our Deputy Data Protection Officer is Mrs C

School Events

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Financial Performance

Schools are responsible for a significant amount of public expenditure. Every year, our financial data are published, and are viewable by schools, and members of the public, on a national website. This can also be used to compare information between schools, locally and nationally. To view our

Proposed School Expansion Project 2021 -2022

April 2021 Warrington Borough Council has carefully reviewed the responses to the consultation to expand Grappenhall Heys Community Primary School and has provided a response to the comments made. While taking full account of the objections, they have concluded that these are outweighed by the