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Pearson Primary School
Leicester Street, HU3 1TB, UK Kingston upon Hull
+44 (0)1482 328569


Every pupil has the right to attend an educational establishment which is committed to providing education of quality. At Pearson Primary School we believe in giving children the life chances they deserve.  We aim to inspire, challenge and expect our pupils to achieve the standards of work and behaviour that they are capable of. We will do this by providing a learning environment which is safe, secure and stimulating for all regardless of their culture, gender, age or ability and which encourages independent learning.

Through the school's curriculum, the governing body and staff of Pearson Primary School aim to...
Equip pupils with the academic skills and social attributes to meet the demands of today's world. Maintain an environment where children can develop self-discipline, responsibility and self-motivation.
To provide a curriculum that stimulates and challenges children to produce their best.
Find pleasure in learning and to experience success.
To acknowledge and celebrate personal achievements and contributions to school life. Develop lively, enquiring minds and the ability to question and argue rationally and to apply themselves both mentally and physically. To encourage pupils to work and interact with each other, regardless of, and with respect for, gender, religion, cultural background, disability or any other factor that would discriminate, provide discord or unfairness.
To develop children with confidence and self-esteem who recognise the worth of others in the school society.


Pearson Primary School has a variety of lunchtime and after school clubs every week for children to participate in.

Last year, children joined in with clubs such as Art and Craft club, Colouring club, Dance club, Sign Language club and more.

There will be even more clubs taking place in the new school year so keep looking back for more information about what they are... 



***We all agree that it is great to see children here all wearing their school uniform. Second hand sweatshirts can be purchased from the school office for £1.00 as well as buying new sweatshirts for the regular price.***

How can you help your child at home?

There are many ways that you can help your children at home, from working through basic maths skills (such as adding and subtracting) to listening to your child read their school reading book. This page is designed to give ideas to Parents and Carers so that they can help children to continue to learn at home.

At Pearson Primary School, we have designed Curricular Targets and Family Challenges to make learning fun and to continue learning after school ends for the day.

Why not take part in our family challenge. Have as many goes as you like -

click here for more information.

At Pearson Primary School we offer support in a number of ways for a number of different reasons.

Bullying and unwelcomed behaviour towards others.

Any case of potential bullying that we are aware of will be followed up by teaching staff and our Emotional Well Being Worker. We like to think that at Pearson Primary School we try and ensure that children enjoy their time at our school and therefore will try our hardest to avoid children being unhappy here.

As long as we are aware of any situation, we will do our best to sort any situation. Please make the school aware of any situation that has made your child unhappy or upset and we will follow this up as quickly as possible.

Gifted and Telented Children/More Able Pupils.

At Pearson Primary School we make as many provisions as possible to meet the needs of our More Able Pupils. We are aware that these pupils have special needs which need to be met. Wherever possible, teachers will extend these pupils thinking (related to the topic) with additional and challenging work to meet their needs.

Look at our Links page in the near future to see websites suited to More Able Pupils which may be of use out of school.


Every term, each class has a target for Literacy and Numeracy. This is a goal that the whole class are working towards achieving together.
There are usually two targets for Literacy (one for reading and one for writing), and one for Mathematics.

Throughout a week, some time within lessons is given to focussing on the targets. Progress will then be evaluated and at the end of the term, each child's progress will be reported to the relevant subject leader.

Why are we doing this?

At Pearson Primary School we are committed to raising standards for all children.

By using curricular targets, your child should know what they are aiming towards and can be in control of their own learning.

Parents and carers will also be aware of the targets which will help following up work at home.

At Pearson Primary School we always try to teach all lessons - including curricular targets in a fun and creative way.

The targets...

Maths: Understanding multiplication and division facts to 12x12 including related decimal numbers...

Can you count in twos?

Can you tell me 7x9?

Can you work out 0.6x8?

Children in Pearson Primary School are working towards meeting these targets. Help your children to understand their multiplication tables by counting with them in twos or fives, or you could ask them different multiplication sentences and work with them to find the answer...

Literacy: Setting your own targets to improve your writing.

What do you like about your writing? What could you do to improve this? What does your work need to include to improve it? These are the questions that children at Pearson Primary School are asking to help them to improve their writing.


Welcome to the Subjects page. Here you can find information about what each class learns in each subject. Click on any of the subjects below to see what each class learns as well as more information about some of the topics.












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