Welcome to

Sacred Heart Catholic Primary

School, Hindley Green



Everyone who comes to our school is unique, created with love in the likeness of God.

We live out  the Gospel Values throughout our days in school and in our Community.

We have happy, polite and hardworking children.

Our staff are excellent and so dedicated to each and every pupil.

Our parents are very supportive and we have a thriving friends association ( FOSH)  Some parents and grandparents also help in class.

Visitors to Sacred Heart always comment on the warm welcome and lovely atmosphere.

We have a school Council with representatives from each class and a wonderful group of Governors.

Perhaps you will visit us or come to an assembly, concert or sports event.

Whenever you come, you will receive a warm welcome.

God Bless

Christine Ryding
“Grow in the spirit of love and learning”

School Testimonials

Pupils are excellent ambassadors for the school and are definitely ‘growing in the spirit of love and learning’

– Archdiocese of Liverpool R.E. Inspection October 2013

Pupils’ engagement in and enjoyment of their learning is generally outstanding as shown by their interest, sustained concentration, enthusiasm and excellent behaviour in lessons.  They take great pride in their work and present it very well.

– Archdiocese of Liverpool R.E. Inspection October 2013

This is a close-knit Catholic community with the Sacred Heart of Jesus at the centre.  Opportunities are provided for the staff and pupils to play an active part in the Catholic life and Mission of the school.  They truly know, own and live out their Mission Statement

– Archdiocese of Liverpool R.E. Inspection October 2013

The quality of teaching and pupil’s achievement are both good

and continue to improve” Ofsted May 2015

“The teaching assistants are a strength of the school.

They are well trained and focus on pupils’ well-being,

personal development and academic achievements”

Ofsted Inspection May 2015

Governors know how good the quality of teaching is and

will not stand for anything less than consistently good or better.”

Ofsted 2015

A typical comment from a pupil is,

‘I am proud of my achievements and this makes me think

I can do really well when I leave school.

This school has taught me so many things about behaviour, safety

and how to get on with other people.”

Ofsted May 2015