Inmans Primary School
Inspiring, Promoting, Supporting
At Inmans Primary School we provide a safe, secure, inclusive and nurturing environment coupled with a creative and highly engaging relevant curriculum. We will meet the needs of each and every child, value achievements and aim to make every day enjoyable and rewarding.
We promise to ensure our curriculum will promote the highest expectations and rapid progress. Along with providing inspirational and real life learning experiences, working with parents and the local community our children will leave Inmans with the necessary skills to succeed in their next stage.
By celebrating individuality and with a highly supportive environment, we will enable everyone (pupils and staff) to flourish.
Click here to hear from Mrs Fellows, our Headteacher.
WOW .. Well Done to our EYFS, Y1 & Y2 pupils for putting on such amazing Christmas Performances this week! Pupils and staff have worked so hard and we are really proud of every one. We hope you all enjoyed watching them too. All photographs ordered...
On Wednesday 11th December our Y3 & Y6 pupils joined the trustees of the Holderness Community Orchards They helped to plant trees and bulbs around Elsie Gate on Ivy Lane in Hedon. Here are some photos of the day:
Year 4 have compared the architecture of the UK against the countries surrounding the Pacific Ocean - Ring of Fire. We have learned that in the UK buildings have a wide, sloping roof to send the rain away from the walls of the building. In Japan, Earthquake...
Last week we had a visit from Label Of Love. They provided a full day workshop for Blue Pod pupils (Y1 Y2) their focus was to teach the pupils about belonging. They worked in smaller groups and moved around the different areas so everyone got to take part in each...
We would like to say a huge Thank you to Heron Foods who kindly provided us with advent calendars for all the children in the school and sent their best wishes for a very Happy Christmas. Special thanks to Ben Faulkner and Charlotte Collinson from Heron Foods who...
On Thursday 21st November our Y3 pupils went on a school trip to William Wilberforce Museum in Hull. They split into groups to have a tour around the museum and then took part in a workshop to make masks. Everyone really enjoyed the day. Here are some photos: