Southey Green Primary School & Nurseries is situated in the North of Sheffield within easy access of the M1. It was first built in 1930 as a grammar school and has recently been modified from the separate Junior and Infant schools in 2006 into one of the largest primary schools in Sheffield which stands today.
The school’s excellent facilities include:
- extensive grounds, with spacious playgrounds
- outdoor sports facilities including a field as well as two hard court multi-use cages suitable for football & basketball
- a purpose built Arts/Sports-space for indoor activities and community use
- a wildlife garden
- two large quads for animal & plant development
- a well- stocked library
- portable computer hardware and a state of the art ICT Suite
- two halls which are used for assemblies and physical education each fitted with 3m electric screens with surround sound audio & mobile stage lighting
- food Technology room
- a purpose built kitchen in which our catering staff and prepare healthy meals .
- spacious dining room in which our daily Breakfast Club takes place and the pupils eat their mid-day meal.
- conference facility
We are a primary school for pupils aged between 3 & 11 and currently have more than 650 children on roll who all come from different ethnic backgrounds. Most of our children move on to our local secondary schools such as Chaucer, Yewlands, Parkwood & Ecclesfield when they leave Year 6 at age 11, although parents do have the right to choose any secondary school.
We have an enthusiastic, dedicated and experienced team who are committed to providing children with the best possible education.
The school has Nursery provision both at Southey and our off site Lindsay Nursery. Lindsay also offers wrap around care including pre school, lunchtime, after school and holiday provision. We are committed to an extended programme of after school clubs and holiday activities. The school has a fantastic Sports Arts building which is used for curriculum and community use. Breakfast club also operates daily prior to the start of every school day.