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.
Today our EYFS Bubble and EYFS Key Worker Bubble have been working through their Talk For Writing booklet, they focused on the story which talked about the Bumble Bee who flew into all the fruit at the picnic. They all talked about the colours of the fruit and if they...
Congratulations to our super stars of the week: Connor B - Y1 Harriet - Y2 Noel W - Y2 Ellie May - Y5 Noel W- Y2 Certificate Y1- Connor B Certificate Y2 Harriet certificate Y5 - Ellie May Certificate
Congratulations to our good workers this week who are continuing to prove what great pupils we have at Inmans. Well done to all of you, keep up the good work. EYFS- Harper L & Reggie L 1a- Florence K 1b- Connor B 2a- Mitchell J 2b- Jack B 3a- Patrick F 3b- Thomas H Y4...
This week (and subsequent weeks), we've decided to give one class award to KS1 and one to KS2. So, I'm pleased to announce that we have a new winner in KS1, 2B (Mrs Bearpark & Mrs Batty's class) have been the most engaged this week. Well done to you all. In KS2,...
Our Y6 pupils have been making nature collages at school today, we think they look great. Here are some photos:
Whilst our EYFS pupils were searching for items to use for their nature collage, they were shocked to find so much rubbish which had blown onto our school field. They carefully collected the rubbish with staff and created a "Rubbish Collage" ! There was plenty of hand...