- Open Day for prospective parents: Tuesday 24th October - Sessions at 9:30am and 1:30pm
Our school is at the heart of the local community
and by choosing Hollyfield, you are giving us the opportunity to give your child the very best start to their educational journey
Autumn Term 2023
Term Ends: Thursday 21st December 2023
Monday 30th October 2023 to Friday 3rd November 2023
Find out more information and the curriculum in your child's year group
Welcome to our online cultural arts gallery. At Hollyfield, we consider the arts an important part of our pupil's curriculum. In addition, the arts provide pupils with further opportunities to be creative and express themselves. In this gallery, you will find examples of some of the fantastic creative arts projects pupils have been working on.
We are a passionate group of parents who strive to enhance each and every child’s learning environment by providing additional funding and support.
Our school is a learning environment where every second counts. All staff at Hollyfield value the whole child and by working closely together as a team, with the close support of our parents/carers, governors, LTE and the local community, we can provide the very best education we can for all our children.
Our school newsletter is published on our website each week. Please take some time to read the newsletter to help keep you informed with what's happening and any upcoming events at school.
Virtual Worry Box
You may have a worry that you’d like some help with. Worries can make you feel sad, lonely, worried or nervous and these feelings can happen to anyone at any time!
We want to help you with any worries you have, so please talk to us through the worry box!
Click here to access the Worry Box form.
The curriculum at Hollyfield is designed to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum, Birmingham Local Authority Curriculum Statement and the specific pastoral and academic needs of our children.
The children in Reception follow the Curriculum Guidance for the Foundation Stage (see Foundation Stage Prospectus) that is designed with specific areas of learning for this age group.
Our Curriculum is delivered through a mainly topic-based approach in the early years. In Key Stage One and Two the curriculum is taught through a combination of cross-curricular themes and subject specific approaches. Our work is carefully structured so that each year the children’s knowledge and skills are reinforced and extended.
At Hollyfield Primary School, we aim to provide a safe and happy learning environment which empowers all children to develop independence, positive attitudes and an awareness of their community and world responsibilities.
We will achieve this by providing an inspiring and challenging environment which develops lifelong learning as well as engaging children on a personalised learning journey to excellence.
Did you Know...
Reading aloud to your children everyday puts them almost a year ahead of children who do not receive daily read alouds! Make reading aloud to and with your children part of your daily routine – even if it is for 10 minutes!