Southroyd Primary School

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Southroyd Primary School

"Our vision is that our children leave Southroyd Primary School as Active Citizens- they have the skills, knowledge, confidence and enthusiasm they need to succeed and are ready for LIFE"

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Inspire Co-operative Learning Trust


On August 1st 2013, Southroyd Primary School converted to a Co-operative Trust School, joining the recently renamed

Inspire Co-operative Learning Trust.

Through the trust Southroyd has developed a co-operative ethos incorporating key principles: equality, equity, democracy, self-help, self-responsibility, openness, solidarity and care for others.

Southroyd works within the Schools Co-operative Trust, attending conferences and training within the regional and national co-operative organisations, as well as working closely with partners in the trust.

There are 2 partners for the Trust, Southroyd Primary School and Leeds Rhinos Foundation but we are keen to develop our Co-operative Trust to see more people in our community involved.

The name "Inspire" was chosen by members of the Trust because it perfectly reflects the work of all involved:

"Inspire to me is where we are motivated by a culture owned by people who want to manifest their dreams into a reality, and who want to serve others on a daily basis." Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Leeds Rhinos

Find out about the Leeds Rhinos Foundation

"The word inspire for me, means I feel a positive physical and emotional response to something that I can't ignore. That means I have to take action immediately! It's when something or someone has compelled me to do something myself and made me feel like I will have a strong chance of success. That makes me feel that I will enjoy it - or benefit from it." 

Kate Prior, Southroyd.



Khushi Patel, from Y6, dances at the Trust dance festival held at Priesthorpe School in March.

The school choir perform at the Priesthorpe "Christmas Around the World" musical performance.