At Holmbush Primary Academy, we provide a safe, attractive and stimulating learning environment for over 200 pupils of ages 4 to 11.
Our classrooms are extremely well resourced; light, bright and airy and much larger than average sized primary classrooms.
We have excellent ICT provision with a number of networked computers in every room and access to a wide variety of portable computers, iPads, Learn Pads, cameras, microphones, webcams and other equipment that enriches our curriculum. We have a fantastic library offering a huge selection of books which the children can borrow to read at home.
We have a dedicated modern kitchen area where children can learn how to prepare food. We have a large multipurpose hall which we use for dance, games and gymnastics. We have an attractive outside space with a variety of equipment, for the children to improve their physical development, around our playground.
We also have an outside classroom and a small conservation woodland. Every classroom opens up directly onto the outside areas and we frequently make use of this resource in our lessons.
Mrs S Stickley
We are part of a family of academies
We are proud to be part of the University of Brighton Academies Trust, a distinguished organisation dedicated to nurturing and supporting infant, primary, and secondary academies throughout Sussex.
As a family of academies, we collectively pursue common goals and ambitions guided by our shared mission, vision, and values.
Our association with the University of Brighton lends invaluable enrichment to the Trust. Drawing upon their esteemed sponsorship and extensive experience in working with schools, we strive to create an environment where our pupils are not only inspired to excel but also cultivate a lifelong passion for learning.
The benefits of being an academy include:
- Access to expert advice and support from our lead sponsor, the University of Brighton, to further develop our teaching
- Support and expertise from a dedicated professional services team, who help all our academies grow and develop every year
- Curriculum freedoms; as an academy we can develop learning that really excites children
- The continuation of our distinctive and inclusive ethos
- The resources we need to move our good school to outstanding.