Hollymount School has been featured in the ‘Education Today’ Journal (Autumn 2016). Click here to read how we went from ‘Good To Great’ (p7). To read letters to Professor Blandford, please click here.
Hollymount School is a happy welcoming school with an inclusive ethos. Every child is valued, without discrimination on the grounds of gender, ethnicity, culture or disability. We want children to enjoy school and work in partnership with parents, to enable children to reach their full potential both academically and socially.
Through a broad, balanced and varied curriculum we aim to build pupils’ self-esteem and confidence, broaden their experiences, nurture and challenge their skills and support them in becoming happy, independent learners keen to discover more about their world. Excellent activities enrich the curriculum within and beyond the school day. At Hollymount we firmly believe that every child has a talent for something, finding and developing this is important to us. It is the key to building their confidence and will enable them to develop and flourish.
Hollymount School has spacious grounds which provide room for the children to play in, take part in sporting activities and also includes a ‘Forest School’. Our large hall is used for school community events and indoor sports. A second hall provides us with a dining room which produces fresh, home cooked food daily. The food is excellent and supports our healthy school status. Why not check out our new menus?
Black Pear Trust
Hollymount School is proud to be part of the Black Pear Trust, which was formed in 2014 and has subsequently been granted permission by the Department for Education to become an academy school.
The Black Pear Trustees have ultimate responsibility for the financial control and quality of education at the School. The Trust delegates responsibility to the Schools Local Governing Body. Please click here to find out more.
Hollymount School is located on Hollymount Road in the Gorse Hill area of Worcester. Please see the map below: