Welcome to Windmill Hill Primary

Welcome to our school website - we hope it offers you all the information you require to get a feel for what our fabulous school has to offer you and your child. The school's vision and values reflect our commitment to effective learning in a happy, trusting and inclusive environment. We are based in a wonderful community of Burncross near Chapeltown in Sheffield, S35 1ZD. We warmly welcome any prospective parents to come and visit us to see for yourself what a fabulously friendly and fun place our school is.

Our school motto is "Learn Together, Grow Together". We pride ourselves on creating a caring, supportive environment where our children feel happy and safe and have a wide range of opportunities to allow them to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes to become confident, successful citizens.The school benefits from an extensive outdoor space which provides great opportunities for outdoor learning and fun. If you have any questions or queries please contact Mrs Tracey Brooke, School Business Manager, on 0114 2468550. Mrs Brooke will be able to direct you to the most appropriate staff member to help with your query.

If you require a paper copy of any of the documents on this website please contact the school office who will be happy to help with this request.

Windmill Hill is a proud member of Steel City Schools Partnership (SCSP). We work closely alongside our partner schools: Monteney Primary, Fox Hill Primary, Mansel Primary, Greenhill Primary and Woodseats Primary.

We strive to achieve the SCSP vision of: Achieving Excellence, Sustaining Excellence and Sharing Excellence. For further information about Steel City Schools Partnership follow the link:

http://www.steel-city-schools-partnership.org/

SCSP contact details:

Steel City Schools Partnership, Monteney Crescent, Sheffield S5 9DN

Telephone: 0114 321 0058

Email: office@steel-city-schools-partnership.org

For the latest (2017/18) SCSP audited annual accounts and governance information please following the link: http://www.steel-city-schools-partnership.org/page22.html