Inmans Primary School:

Inspiring, Promoting, Supporting


Mission Statement

At Inmans we aim to provide a safe, secure, happy and challenging environment in which everyone feels enabled to develop and learn together.

We will provide the opportunities for each individual to reach their potential through the enjoyment of learning.

Each pupil’s achievements will be valued and respected as they develop the skills and confidence needed to take an active role in the wider context of lifelong learning.

Investors in Pupils

Investors in Pupils

Here at Inmans Primary School we are on the Investors in Pupils program. This means that every child in every year has a personal target, which changes each term. We must try and complete these targets. We also have class mission statements; everybody in the class writes these together at the start of the year, then we stick them to our classroom door so every time we walk into class we can see our rules and expectations.
Being a part of Investors in Pupils is great because it gives us something to work for and to achieve.

(written by a child from Ochre Pod) 



Purple Mash at Home

If you or your child would like to access Purple Mash at home you can use the following link and the same log-in details as your child would use at school:

Inmans Primary School Purple Mash


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Latest News

Displays Around the School

At Inmans Primary School we like to display children's work on our walls and showcase the variety of enquiry questions and topics which we are studying.

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Lifestyle 2016

Congratulations to the 4 girls in Year 6 who took part in Lifestyle 2016. On Tuesday they went to the NICU at Hull Royal Infirmary and presented the staff with a cheque for £100. Well done girls!

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2015/2016 Sports Roundup

Cricket After being blessed with fabulous weather, it was fantastic to see our year 5 and 6 boys comfortably win the South Holderness cricket tournament and progress on to the regional final at Beverley, where we just missed out on third place.   Golf The year 5...

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