Welcome to Longhill Primary School

where children feel empowered to learn.

Welcome to our school

Welcome to Longhill Primary School’s website. We are delighted that you are taking the time to look at our school.

Longhill Primary is a great place for children to be! We were graded ‘Good’ by OFSTED in September 2016 which is a huge achievement for the children and staff of this school. We are strongly committed to a partnership with all parents and the extended community which will enhance the quality of education provided by the school.

We want all our children to feel happy and secure in school and every effort is made by all the staff to create a family atmosphere where each child is shown respect and care, allowing them to develop their personalities. We strive to create a learning environment where every child is able to reach their full potential and achieve the highest of standards.

The staff at Longhill Primary School are caring, dedicated and experienced. They try to achieve the very best from your child, whether it be educationally, morally, spiritually or physically. The fulfilment of this aim will be seen in the children, who will be well behaved, respectful, have good manners and an excellent attitude to work.

The ethos of the school is built around a positive ethos where children feel empowered to learn. It is our aim that every child is able to look back on their time at Longhill Primary with affection and pride, having the confidence to achieve anything in their future life.

Mr M Batty – Executive Headteacher
Mrs J Pearce – Head of School 



Coronavirus Information

We are following the guidelines from Public Health England and further support and advice can be sought by visiting their website:

Click here to visit – Public Health England

Graduate Award Programme

Do you want to become a Longhill graduate?

Online Safety Advice for Parents

We have created an online resource to inform parents about keeping safe online.

100 Books to read at primary school

The top 100 books every pupil should read before leaving primary school.

Upcoming Events

april, 2020

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School Twitter Feed

ANSWERS! How many did you get right?😁 https://t.co/SglS8sq07o
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Wow, well done Avalyn! You look like you having been practising really hard. Thank you for this very important message. #StayHomeSaveLives
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We are all extremely proud of Avalyn for practising her brilliant BSL skills at home this week. She has a very important message to share with you all. #LPSHull #BSL #Stayathome #staysafe https://t.co/H6W1L3TcZs
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@daniell43265633 These look fabulous - I love the Gingerbread men! I wonder if Amelia can still retell the story? 🙂 Miss O'Neill
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Tootoot is available for our children in Years 4, 5 and 6. You can login on and connect with your school mentors if you need any advice or support. https://t.co/mM9IPVemBQ #LPSHullpersonaldevelopment
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