Statutory Information

On this page, you will find compiled all of the statutory information published on our site. Links to the original posting will be provided with the information.


Contact Details Richmond Hill Primary Academy
Melton Road
Sprotbrough
Doncaster
South Yorkshire

DN5 7SB

Telephone: 01302 782421

E-mail: pa@richmond.doncaster.sch.uk

  Click here to view our Contact Us page
For all enquiries, please contact Mrs Found on either the telephone number or e-mail address provided above. Alternatively, please visit our Main Office
  SEN Co-ordinator: Mrs Robinson

For any queries regarding our SEN provision, please contact our SEN co-ordinator via the details listed above

Click here to view our SEND page

Admission Arrangements We adhere to the Doncaster Council admissions criteria, as outlined in our Admissions Policy. Our admissions number (per relevant year group) is 60.

To arrange a visit to our school, please contact Mrs Found via the details listed above

For more information, please see our Admissions Policy and our Admissions Timetable Overview

Ofsted Reports Click here to view our most recent Ofsted report (Taken 17th January 2017)

Click here to view our GOV.uk page

Performance Tables Our performance tables can be found on our GOV.uk page
Behaviour Policy Click here to view our Behaviour Policy
Complaints Procedure Click here to view our Complaints Policy and Procedure
Special Educational Needs and Disability Click here to view our SEN Information Report (2017-2018)

Click here to view our SEND page, including our Local Offer and SEND Policy

Charging and Remissions Click here to view our Charging and Remissions Policy
Values and Ethos At Richmond Hill, we follow our CARE values:

  • Care – Working with others towards a common or shared goal
  • Aspiration – The hope or ambition of achieving your goal
  • Resilience – The capacity to recover and move on from difficulties
  • Endeavour – To find the unknown, go beyond what can be taught

These are used alongside our House Points and Perfect Purple behaviour achievements to instil upon all of our pupils the values of perseverance and effort, resourcefulness, thoughtfulness and attitude, friendliness, tolerance and sharing.

For more on our Values and Ethos, please see our Core Values page

Equality Objectives Click here to view our Single Equality Policy (currently awaiting ratification)
Requests for Copies Requests for paper copies of any information included on our website can be made via our Main Office. Alternatively, you can contact Mrs Found by telephone or e-mail using the details listed above
Exam and Assessment Information Click here to view our Results page
Click here to visit our GOV.uk page
Curriculum Information At the end of the 2017/2018 academic year, we made the move over to the Cornerstones curriculum.

We are currently gathering a wealth of information to help better inform our community about this curriculum and what it entails.

From their website:
The Cornerstones Curriculum is a creative and thematic approach to learning that is mapped to the 2014 primary national curriculum to ensure comprehensive coverage of national expectations. It is based on a child-centred pedagogy called The Four Cornerstones and is delivered through Imaginative Learning Projects (ILPs) which provide a rich menu of exciting and motivating learning activities that make creative links between
all aspects of children’s learning.

Pupil Premium Information Click here to view our Pupil Premium page
Sports Premium Information Click here to view our Sports Premium page
Governors’ Information Our Governors are:

  • Chair – Mavis Latham
  • Vice-Chair – Irene McLaughlin
  • Carol Ann Swift
  • Christopher Toyne
  • Debbie Secker
  • Deborah Temperton
  • Katie Glossop
  • Kelly Cousins
  • Nigel Hair
  • Clerk – Julie Found

For more information regarding our Governors and their roles, please visit our Governors page.