Officially the best school in NE Lincs!

We are incredibly proud to announce that we have been rated the best school in NE Lincolnshire by the Real Schools Guide.  This rating took into account a number of factors, not just performance tables.  We always knew we were the best, now we have the proof!

A link to the article in the Grimsby Telegraph can be found here.

A link to the Real Schools Guide report can be found here.


Well done team Healing!

Proud Points

Following our competition to rename the Proud Point teams, we have chosen Attenborough, Hawking, Holmes and Rowling.  We feel these famous Britons represent our core values of pride, resilience, determination, dedication, empathy, kindness, integrity, perseverance, positivity and many, many more.

Congratulations to the winner of our Proud Point team naming competition!

Sir David Attenborough

Writer, broadcaster and dedicated conservationist.

Stephen Hawking

Scientist, professor and author.

Dame Kelly Holmes

Athlete - Olympian and Gold Medallist

JK Rowling

Author and charity ambassador.

Go Team Healing!

Healing Primary School has been annouced as the top performing school in NE Lincolnshire, 11% above the second place school.


We could not be more proud of all pupils and staff, and thank parents and carers for their continued support.


The link to the Grimsby Telegraph article can be found here.

Design an Ad winners

Congratulations to our Design an Ad winners, Alyssia and Georgia, who were selected from across the region as designing the best adverts for two local companies.  We couldn't be more proud of you!


The link to the Grimsby Telegraph article can be found here.

'Bring a tin to get in!'

We are proud to have donated to the local food bank following our 'bring a tin to get in' initiaive for Christmas concerts.  Thank you to all parents and children we donated much needed food to those in need this Christmas time.


The link to the Grimsby Telegraph article can be found here.

Badminton Tournament

We are incredibly proud of our wonderful badminton team who did us proud in an inter-school tournament.  They put 100% in and really impressed us with the progress they made in their badminton skills over the course of the training sessions.  They really shone throughout the tournament.  Well done, team!

Remembrance Day

Healing Primary School were honoured to take part in the Remembrance Day parade.  Our Head Boy and Head Girl proudly marched to the cenotaph and respectfully laid a poppy wreath for us.  Lots of children and parents attended the service, and we felt privileged to be involved in such an important event.

Well done, Team Healing!

We are incredibly proud of Team Healing as we learned this week that Healing Primary School is in the top 4% of primary schools nationally for our Phonics Screening score.  An amazing 98% of children passed the phonics screening last academic year.  A huge well done to all of the wonderful children and staff!

Please see the letter below from Nick Gibb congratulating us on our success.

File icon: pdf Phonics letter from Nick Gibb [pdf 29KB] Click to download

Happy Diwali!

We celebrated Diwali by exploring the meaning behind the Festival of Lights.  We also made lanterns and chalked our own rangoli patterns on the playground.

Harvest Festival

A huge thank you to everyone who donated food during our Harvest Festival.  We collected lots of valuable food items to donate to the local food bank.  Well done, everyone!

Hello Yellow!

To support World Mental Health Day, we all wore something yellow.  We also spent time discussing and reflecting on the importance of taking care of our mental health, and made bunting to display around school that shows positive images and messages to help us remember how amazing we are.

October MAT Newsletter

We're pleased to share the first Healing Multi-Academy Trust Newsletter

File icon: pdf MAT Newsletter - Oct 18 [pdf 2MB] Click to download

Ancient Greece Day

UKS2 pupils enjoyed a day learning all about Ancient Greece. They were visited by the Hands On History workshop where they became history detectives tasked with the job of finding out all about the past though a range of Greek artefacts. They learnt about the Olympics and participated in a mini Olympic Games; the winning girl and boy were awarded with medals designed by the children. They also got to taste many Greek foods they had never tried before and many now have these new food items to put on their shopping lists! Finally, they got to design and make a clay pot using the coil method. They will be decorating these pots next week. This was a great day for all the children and it will be one to remember.

Keep Dancing!

Our Y6 pupils completed the Clifton's 4,2,1 Step Challenge. Keith and Judy Clifton, former world dance champions and parents of Kevin from Strictly, were impressed with their dance moves. We think our pupils were A-MA-ZING and FAB-U-LOUS! Their video can be seen on Facebook/Instagram at Cliftonsdanceacademy86 and Twitter at Cliftons_dance.

Multi-skills at Healing Primary School

Year 3/4 are enjoying their multi-skills sessions, learning to fence with Mr Bakes.

Science Technology Engineering Maths

On Monday 10th September, the children in Magnolia Class were visited by a lady from a construction company in Leeds. She taught us all about the different roles of people who work on a construction site. She has let us borrow some resources for building in our outdoor area. We have had lots of fun working together to try to recreate famous structures such as Big Ben.

Key Stage 1 Hook Day

Our topic question is 'Did children in the past have more fun?'

To help us to answer our topic question, we are thinking about how toys have changed. On the 13th September, the children in Key Stage One were asked to bring in a favourite soft toy for our hook day. We worked in groups of Year 1 and 2 children to complete four exciting activities. In Mr Greenwood's group we used watercolours to paint our toys. With Mrs Knight we learnt about the history of the Punch of Judy show and made puppets. In Mrs Taylor's class we used a computer programme to make a bar graph about toys and with Mrs Pratt we played playground games from the past. What a great start to our topic work!

Tag Rugby Champions!

Year 6 entered an inter-school tag rugby competition.  Both teams were amazing and really did us proud.  One team managaed to make the quarter finals, whist the other went on to win the competition!  We are extra proud of the winning team as they proved themselves to be good sportspersons by giving their medals to the runners up, as the final was such a close game.  Go Team Healing!