Inmans Primary School is now closed to all pupils apart from those vulnerable and children of key workers.
We will continue to keep you informed with the latest information as we receive it. Our website will be kept up-to-date and we will continue to communicate with you through email.
We look forward to welcoming all pupils back to school in the near future.
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.
Well, Boris, our newly adopted rabbit has arrived, just in time for Easter.
Below is a gallery of all the Rainbows that have been created by pupils at home! Thank You to everyone who has sent them in to us. If you would like yours to be added please send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Inmans Rainbows #StaySafe Thank You so much to the pupils who were in the emergency provision at Inmans this week, for creating these beautiful rainbows to spread happiness around the school. We are so proud of how all our pupils and staff are dealing with this...
On Friday 13th March we joined in with Sport Relief all pupils were allowed to wear sports clothing for the day. We started the day with an assembly led by Mr Smith about Sport Relief and the importance of raising awareness. The assembly finished with the whole school...
On Friday 6th March we were lucky enough to have another visit from Label of Love. Who ran 4 different workshops for our Y3 & Y4 pupils. The theme of the day was Encountering Pupils moved around in smaller groups and experienced all 4 workshops. The first session...
On Friday 6th March we had some instructors from First Step Sports Group, they came in to run a Tokyo 2020 Experience Day with Class 5a. The children were introduced to a variety of sports that will be included in the Olympics this year in Tokyo. The instructors set...