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Endsleigh Holy Child VC Academy

Address: Inglemire Avenue, Hull, HU6 7TE.
Tel: 01482 853203
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Aims and Ethos – Overview

At Endsleigh Holy Child Voluntary Catholic Academy, we believe that Christ is the cornerstone of all that we are and so we believe that everything we do really matters. This is expressed through high expectations of work and behaviour.

We aim to create a love of learning by providing a happy, challenging and exciting learning environment which inspires creativity and enables our children to achieve their full and unique potential. We aim to equip our children with the skills to make positive contributions to their own lives and the wider community.

Through a supportive culture of promoting, sharing and celebrating success, we recognise every individual’s God given talents. All members of our school community are valued.

We strive to build positive relationships between home, school and parish, supporting families in their role in supporting their child’s education.

We offer a safe and loving environment that welcomes and includes everyone on a journey towards becoming compassionate, responsible and independent members of society.



Admissions LA

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Admissions Criteria

Where there are insufficient places available to meet all parental preferences, priority will be given to applications in the following order:

(First priority in each category will be given to siblings that is, children who will have older brothers or sisters attending the academy in September 2018.)

  1. Roman Catholic ‘children looked after’ (in public care)  and Roman Catholic children previously ‘looked after’ but ceased to be so because they became adopted or became  subject to a residence or special guardianship order immediately following having been looked after.
  1. Roman Catholic children whose home address is within the parishes of St Anthony’s and Marist Roman Catholic churches.
  1. Roman Catholic children of members of academy staff who have been employed at the academy or its predecessor school for two or more years at the time at which the application for admission to the academy is made.
  1. Other Roman Catholic children.
  1. Other ‘children looked after’ (in public care) and other children previously ‘looked after’ but ceased to be so because they became adopted or became  subject to a residence or special guardianship order immediately following having been looked after.
  1. Children who are baptised or dedicated members of other Christian Churches as recognised by Churches Together
  1. Other children of members of academy staff who have been employed at the academy or its predecessor school for two or more years at the time at which the application for admission to the academy is made.
  1. Other children.


Daily Schedule

Daily Schedule Overview

Our school has setup its daily schedule to enable our children to get the most out of the school day. See below for more details.

Foundation Stage 1 Foundation Stage 2 Key Stage 1 Key Stage 2
8.40 Doors open 8.40 Doors open 8.40 Doors open 8.40 Doors open
8.50 – 11.50 Morning session 8.50 – 9.05
8.50 – 9.05
8.50 – 9.05
9.05 – 9.20 Assembly 9.05 – 9.20 Assembly

(Friday 9.05 – 9.30)

9.05 – 9.20 Assembly

(Friday 9.05 – 9.30)

9.20 – 11.45 Session 1 9.20 – 10.20 Session 1 9.20 – 10.45 Session 1
10.20 – 10.35 Playtime 10.45 – 11.00 Playtime
10.35 – 12.00 Session 2 11.00 – 12.00 Session 2
11.50 – 12.30
11.45 – 1.00
12.00 – 1.00 Lunchtime 12.00 – 1.00 Lunchtime
12.30 – 3.30 Afternoon Session 1.00 – 3.25 Session 2 1.00 – 2.10 Session 3 1.00 – 2.25 Session 3
2.10 – 2.20 Playtime 2.25 – 2.35 Playtime
2.20 – 3.25 Session 4 2.35 – 3.30 Session 4


School News & Events Feed

Term dates

Here are our school term dates. The term dates document will show you when the school is open and closed. It will show you when we also have staff training days allocated throughout the year.

Click on the link below to view our term dates. The link will open up in a new popup window.

icon-PDF-small Term dates 2017-2018

icon-PDF-small Term dates 2018-2019

Parent Consultation Evening

Parent Consultation evenings will take place on the following dates:

Monday 16th October   3.50pm – 7:00pm

Tuesday 17th October  3.50pm – 5.30pm

Letters to request appointments will be sent home soon. Please ensure they are returned to school promptly to enable Mrs Hawkins and Mrs Biggs to allocate appointments. If for any reason you are unable to attend on the dates above, please ask at the school office for an alternative date.


Bug Club Reading

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Bug Club Reading

Essential Links

Parent View


 DfE Compare Schools


 Local Authority




Educational Web Links

Here are a selection of very useful and fun websites that will enrich your child’s learning. Click on the image below to view the website menu. It will open up in a new popup window.


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Teacher training opportunity for a career in primary or secondary education

Are you, or someone you know, considering training for a teaching career in Primary or Secondary education? 
St Mary’s College School Direct partnership has training places for September 2018 – July 2019 in:
– Primary (Early Years)
– Primary (5-11)
– Secondary subjects:  Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Design & Technology, English, Geography, History, Mathematics, Music, Physics and Religious Education
We are holding an information event from 6.30-8.00 pm on Wednesday 11th October at St Mary’s College.  See details on the attached flyer.   You can reserve a place or find out more information by emailing or phoning 01482 808807 (office hours).     ​Further details are also available on our website:
Jonathan Boden
St Mary’s College /
Hull SCITT – Director (Secondary Programme)

30 hours free childcare consultation from Hull City Council

From September 2017 the government will increase free childcare for 3 & 4 years olds from 15 hours to 30 hours a week for working parents.

Eligibility Criteria

The extended free childcare entitlement will be available to parents/carers of three- and four-year-olds where:

·         Both parents are working (or sole parent in a lone parent family)

·         Each parent/carer earns on average: a weekly minimum equivalent to 16 hours at national minimum wage and less than £100,000 per year


·         Both parents are employed but one or both parents is temporarily away from the workplace on parental, maternity, paternity or adoption leave or statutory sick pay

·         One parent is employed & the other parent has substantial caring responsibilities based on specific benefits received for caring

·         One parent is employed & one parent is disabled or incapacitated based on receipt of specific benefits.

Hull City Council want to hear the views of local parents on how they want to access their 30 hours entitlement and have created a consultation which can be accessed via the link below:

Safer Internet Day 2017

Tuesday 7th February is Safer Internet Day (SID). This is a global event where schools and other organisations promote the safe use of the internet. The focus of SID 2017 is ‘Be the change. Unite for a better internet’

It is important as a parent/carer that you support your child in the online world. This can be difficult with the rapid development of technology and the emergence of new Apps. Below are some key ways in which you can help your child on the internet:

  • Apps – The most popular way for a child or young person to access different games or social network sites is via an App on their mobile device or games console. As a parent, you need to know what types of Apps they are downloading and whether they are suitable for them. A useful site is:
  • Privacy Settings – On some Apps, you can set up privacy settings to ensure that your child is only sharing personal information with people that you trust. There has been recent concern about a social meda App called with reports in the media of children not having private settings activated and receiving contact from unknown adults.   For further information on how to change privacy settings with some of the most popular Apps, visit:
  • Parental Controls – Many electronic devices come with built in controls or parental settings. However, they are not default settings and you have to go online, in order to find out how you can restrict specific aspects of the device e.g. location settings. A useful site to help you do this is
  •  Image Control –  Many children use Apps such as Snapchat and Instagram to share pictures and videos. It is important they understand that sharing ‘selfies’ and pictures can provide further details of their private life e.g. which location they are taking images. In addition, children need to know that taking inappropriate or ‘dare share’ images and sharing them on the internet can be dangerous.
  • Live Video – Over the past twelve months, live video Apps have become very popular. Facebook Live, and ooVoo are ways in which children can watch live streams (this is a bit like watching someone’s own TV channel) or talking to several people via a ‘video chat’ facility. We must ensure that our children don’t accept or connect with random people on these sites, as there have been a number of incidents which have led to children viewing some very unpleasant videos.

The most important aspect of keeping your child safe in the online world is to talk to them and letting them know that if anything happens that upsets or worries them, then they can speak to you

If you would like any further support or have any concerns with regards to internet safety, please see Miss Beavis (E-safety Lead), Mrs Buttifant (Designated Safeguarding Lead) or your child’s class teacher.

Policies, Premiums & Prospectus

PE & Sport Premium

Sports premium funding is used to improve the quality of the PE and sports activities offered to pupils.

It can be used to:

  • hire specialist PE teachers
  • hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers
  • provide existing staff with teaching resources to help them teach PE and sport
  • support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs
  • run sport competitions or increase pupils’ participation in school games
  • run sports activities with other schools.

At Endsleigh Holy Child we run a range of clubs and activities for pupils across the school as well as enhance curriculum provision through additional sports coaching and resources.

Staffing and Helpers

School Council

Class 6




Class 5/6




Class 4/5




Class 3/4




Class 3



Extra Services

School Clubs

Key Stage 1 Clubs

Monday Computer Club

Craft Club

Cricket Club

Tuesday Lego and Phonics Club

Boys Football (Y2 only)

Wednesday Irish Dancing

Bug Club

Change 4 Life Club

Thursday Energy club



Key Stage 2 Clubs

Monday Code club

Art Club

KS2 Tag Rugby

Craft Club

Tuesday Choir

Maths Club

Boys Football

Film Club

Wednesday Bug Club

Irish Dancing

Tennis Club

Thursday Y 3&4 ICT & Homework Club

Netball (boys & girls)

Girls Football


Friday Y6 Book Club

Table Tennis


School Clubs information

View our details below for KS1 and KS clubs.

Key Stage 1 Clubs


Lego and Phonics Club
Computer Club
Tues Boys Football Yr2 only

(to join KS2)

Modern Dancing – Yr 2 (with KS2)
Wed Irish Dancing
Bug Club




Energy Club


French Club

KS2 Clubs
Mon Yr6 Football (boys & girls)
Craft Club









Maths Club
Boys Football (Yr2 -6)
Table Tennis
Modern Dancing Class
Film Club
Weds Years 5 & 6 ICT and Homework Club
Y6 Football training (boys and girls)
Bug Club
Irish Dancing
Tennis Club




Years 3&4 ICT & Homework Club
French Club
Netball (boys & girls)
Girls Football
Fri Y6 Book Club
Code Club


Child Welfare


Meet our Safeguarding Team

Mrs Bramall – Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Windeler – Deputy Safeguarding Lead


What to do if you have a concern about a child attending Endsleigh Holy Child:

During school hours:

•    Contact the school and speak to either Mrs Bramall or Mrs Windeler on 01482 853203


•    Contact the Access and Assessment team for Hull on 01482 448879

Out of school hours and during school holidays:

If your concern is urgent and there is an immediate risk of harm, then contact the police on 999.

If your concern is less urgent but you are worried about the welfare of the child, then contact Children’s Social Care, Access & Assessment Team on 01482 448879 (weekdays 8.30am – 5pm) Immediate Help Team on 01482 300304 (after 5pm and weekends)

If you have concerns about a child at Endsleigh Holy Child, which you believe the school need to be aware of, then email Suzanne Wilson (Strategic Safeguarding Lead for St Cuthbert’s): Ms Wilson will make contact with a key member of staff form the school on your behalf

We are an Operation Encompass school.

Operation Encompass is a partnership between the Police and designated school staff, known as Key Adults. Working together to safeguard children, the Police will inform the Key Adults within schools, prior to the start of the school day, about any domestic abuse incident where the child or young person has been present or exposed to.

Click on the link below to view our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy.

Child Protection policy


Click on the image below to view the government’s safeguarding website page.


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Statistics and Results

SEND Local Offer

Our SEND Local Offer information

At Endsleigh Holy Child VC Academy we are committed to ensuring that all children make as much progress in their learning and development as possible. Through a supportive culture of promoting, sharing and celebrating success, we recognise every individual’s God given talents. Our inclusive curriculum enables children to achieve their full and unique potential, whatever their needs and abilities.

We believe that children with SEN and their parents/carers should be at the heart of planning and decision making. We aim to provide opportunities for children with SEN and their parents/carers to play an active role in planning their provision in accordance with the SEND Code of Practice 2014.

 SEN Information Report September 2017

SEN Policy 2017

 Hull’s Local Offer

The local authority has a legal duty to publish information about what is available in the local area to support children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and their families.

Further information can be found by clicking on the link below.

Hull Local Offer


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Visit the Ofsted website and see the inspection report results that our school has had over the years.

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