Welcome to Richmond Hill Primary Academy – United in Learning Together
Alfie entered into another online acting competition, which he won first prize for in his age category. This was organised via Lumino films. They sent out three pieces that he could choose one from, called ‘Whippin Boy’. More of Alfie's success can be found on the Y6 page.
Our Recovery Curriculum has been a great success!
We have been delighted with the response that we have had from our families. Thank you everyone for sharing your home learning
We are a large, two-form, mixed, non-denominational primary school in Sprotbrough, Doncaster, serving the community of Sprotbrough and the surrounding areas.
Our skilled team of staff, leaders and Governors provide an environment in which we strive for excellence and our pupils flourish. We aspire to offer our pupils a community designed curriculum, using research-based evidence to inform learning that fosters pupils’ development academically, socially and emotionally.
At Richmond Hill, you will find a vibrant, nurturing, forward-thinking school with an inclusive ethos. We have high expectations for all of our pupils and aim to offer an environment in which they can strive to achieve their best and become responsible global citizens, who actively contribute to their communities.
Part of the The Rose Learning Trust
For Exceptional Circumstances such as school closure please contact:
Executive Safeguarding Lead Rose Learning Trust Mrs Kelly Cousins Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) Mrs Karen O’Keeffe or Deputy Safeguarding Lead (DDSL) Mrs Marcia Lord Tel:07591203296
How to Access our Home Learning PowerPoints via a Phone
If you are wanting to access our Home Learning lessons through your phone, please watch this quick guide, by copying the link into Google, on how to download them...
A must watch! A message to all our children with this Secret Mission
Click Here Safety Message from Mrs Secker
Covid 19 for latest news scroll down to the news section at the bottom of this page
Safeguarding update - find support from Childline, UK Safer Internet and CEOP on our Safeguarding Page. Our emergency telephone number is Tel:07591203296