Respect, Support, Enjoy, Achieve
Our school values and celebrates each person by placing learning, enjoyment, achievement and wellbeing at the heart of our community.
1. To provide children with a happy, healthy, caring, and safe environment in which to grow and learn.
2. To ensure the highest quality teaching, curriculum, nurture and support allows all children to thrive and reach their full potential.
3. To effectively deliver the full breadth of the National Curriculum with emphasis on the basic skills of literacy, numeracy and ICT.
4. To provide rich learning experiences which reflect real life and encourage curiosity, independence and a life long love of learning.
5. To promote an attitude of care, tolerance, trust and respect among our children, within the school and within the local and wider, global community.
6. To develop positive self-image, self-motivation, self-discipline and confidence in all of our children.
7. To secure a purposeful partnership between school, the home and the community.
8. To ensure strong, and approachable leadership which communicates a clear vision to the whole school community.
As Executive Principal at South Hylton Primary Academy, it gives me great pleasure to introduce you to our vibrant learning community. South Hylton is a unique village school located near the heart of the city, with a strong sense of community and high aspirations for all children.
The academy became part of the Laidlaw Schools Trust in September 2017, allowing us to share expertise and opportunities within a strong family of schools. The Trust is committed to making a difference to the lives of all the children and the communities it serves.
Through our website, you will be able to see a snapshot of what life and learning looks like for our children, and feel part of their learning experiences. We will continue to keep you up to date with our achievements and activities so please visit our site regularly or follow us on Twitter and/or Facebook.
Our recent results for 2019 continue to demonstrate a high standard of consistency for our students, with that particular cohort posting ‘well-above’ progress scores for both maths and writing. Alongside attainment scores which are comparable in all regards to those produced nationally.