Lynch Hill School Primary Academy (LHSPA) is an Outstanding Ofsted-accredited state-funded non-selective, all-ability, non-denominational primary school, taking students between the ages of 3 and 11. It is part of the Slough and East Berkshire Multi Academy Trust.
The aim of Lynch Hill, working in partnership with the family, is to educate all individuals to be responsible, lifelong learners who possess the skills, knowledge, creativity, sense of self-worth, and ethical values necessary to thrive in a rapidly changing, culturally diverse, global society. The core values at the heart of the school that we place upon the children are achievement, aspiration and respect.
Like other academies we are subject to the same Ofsted inspections as state schools; although academies are given certain freedoms, we are committed to following the national curriculum and to only employing well qualified teaching staff.
Our most recent Ofsted inspection was in 2008, which concluded that Lynch Hill School Primary Academy was ‘outstanding’.
The Executive Headteacher is Mrs G Coffey, OBE, fellow at the National College of School Leadership and primary head for the past 30 years.
The head of school is Mrs L Tomlinson.
- SEBMAT and Governance
- What is an Academy?
- Who's who
- School Development Priorities
- Inclusion & Learning Support
- Disability Equality Scheme
- Vision Statement
- Policies and Procedures