The Home of Flexi-schooling '
in a Nurturing School
C of E Academy
we serve both a local and increasingly wider community of pupils and parents.
Our academy is underpinned by our Christian beliefs and values,
especially the 'Fruit of the Spirit' as reflected in our school
song 'You'll go out with Joy'.
A key aspiration of our academy is Service before Self,
which encompasses clear
Community values and
Tolerance and acceptance of all.
We offer Primary education for children from age 3+ in our Pre-Reception class, through to
in Year Six.
Our teaching environment is split into three class groups. Each class is tailored to promote the best
possible delivery of learning, where every child
is given the opportunity to develop and exploit their full potential. Each
class utilises a fully qualified teacher, including our EYFS class. Our
teachers are also supported by two excellent teaching support staff.
If the opportunity presents, we would strongly recommend that you look at
our Parent Comment page, to
review their thoughts, or better still come and take a look around; you will
find that our surroundings are second to none and we make full use of them
throughout the year.
We believe that every stakeholder is important, and that together we all can learn from each other.
Key to this approach is our offer
If you are wondering what Flexi-schooling is, the easiest way
to describe it, is as a synergy between Elective Home Educators and
mainstream teaching - take a look at our
Flexi-Schooling page for more information.
We have become a leading exponent of Flexi-schooling in the 21st century and
we have been praised by Ofsted, DfE and numerous other dedicated educational
professionals from around the country and beyond.
If you are interested in applying for a place at our
(KS3 - Y7 & 8 possibly 9)-
Developments so far;
Whilst this idea still remains in the
conceptual stage at present, it is close to a tipping point and becoming a
We have received some amazing feedback and interest from our own parents
and from interested members in the Elective Home
Educator community, which could make the class a reality from September.
We are currently working on the mechanics of how and where; this should
be provisionally confirmed in the next few weeks. After this we will be
looking to secure official approval.
If you are interested in learning more please contact us by
Hollinsclough in the Online press -
A message from our Principal
We are very proud of what Hollinsclough school achieved and with our
conversion to Hollinsclough Academy we intend to build even further on those
Hollinsclough remains a safe, secure and caring
environment, where all staff work together to ensure that children can achieve
their best. We want all of our children to enjoy their time at
Hollinsclough Academy and
when they come to leave
they should do so as confident young people with an enjoyment in learning.
Our provision is open to all approaches in the delivery of learning. So
not only do we provide a normal state school education, we also actively
support a parents who wish to Home Educate their child
and we endeavour to tailor our approach to suit individual requirements
We aim to delight and inspire children to be
resourceful, independent learners by
offering them a quality personalised
learning experience across a broad spectrum of subjects, so that they can develop
Please contact me via Academy office to
arrange a visit - we
very much want you to feel a part of our learning community.
We have carefully
considered and analysed the impact the design of this website may have
on equality, and its possible implications for pupils with protected
characteristics. This approach forms part of our commitment to meet the
Public Sector Equality Duty requirement to have due regard to the need
to eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and to
foster good relations.
Service Before Self, Community and Tolerance
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