Inmans Primary School

Inspiring, Promoting, Supporting

Mission Statement

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.

Latest News

Welly Wednesday

Welly Wednesday

Today it was Mrs Bearpark and Mrs Batty's class that enjoyed Welly Wednesday. The children went on a hunt and spoke about the similarities and differences of leaves that they found. They found out what happens to the leaves when they fall off the tree. Here are some...

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EYFS Welly Wednesday

EYFS Welly Wednesday

Today was 'Welly Wednesday' for our EYFS pupils. Miss Lowis' class went on a nature trail activity. They used different senses to explore the natural environment and spoke about what they could see. Here are a few photos:

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Y3 Learn ‘The Truth About Trolls’

Y3 Learn ‘The Truth About Trolls’

In English, Y3 have been exploring the information text of 'The Truth About Trolls'. Miss Carlill's class enjoyed a fun lesson last week about trolls, they found giant troll footprints and had to measure them, they measured the height of the trolls and they even found...

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Fizzy Pop Experiments for Y4

Fizzy Pop Experiments for Y4

Last week Mr Wharton's class (4a) were taking part in a fun science experiment. Here are some words from Mr Wharton: "We were weighing the amount of CO2 in a fizzy pop bottle and comparing which pop had the most fizz. We did this by weighing the bottle when fizzy,...

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Y3’s Stone Age Human Timeline

Y3’s Stone Age Human Timeline

A few words from Miss Carlill about todays lesson: Today we learnt about the concept of chronology and created a human timeline, every step = 100 years. We counted back in time to the first time history was written down so we had to go back 20 steps (2000 years). We...

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What’s On

november

02nov8:15 am8:16 amBack to School

11nov9:00 am3:00 amRemembrance Day

december

18dec5:00 pm5:01 pmBreak Off

Inmans Primary School
Inmans Road
Hedon
Hull
HU12 8NL

Telephone

01482 899485

Main email address

inmans.primary@eastriding.gov.uk

(See our Contact page for details of how to reach your child's teacher)

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