Welcome to Hill West Primary School

ACE: Ambitious, Curious, Ever-respectful


We are exceptionally proud of our school and hope our website gives you an insight into the Hill West Family. Our core values of being ambitious, curious and ever-respectful run through everything we do.  We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of learners and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.


As part of the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership our aim is to ensure that all children experience equity, understanding, belonging, and love

Train to Teach

  • Provides QTS & PGCE
  • High quality training in local schools
  • Consistently high completion and employment rate
  • Graduates & career changers welcome

Head Teacher’s Welcome

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website and for taking an interest in our school.  Hopefully you should be able to find much of the information you seek from our site. If however, you would prefer to call us then please don’t hesitate on 0121 308 5392.

I have been the Head Teacher here at Hill West for just over 15 years having fallen in love with the school on appointment as Deputy Head Teacher in 2004.  Before taking up appointment at Hill West I worked in other Birmingham schools, one located in Kingstanding and the other in Aston and gained a wealth of knowledge and experience working with the children and families in those communities.

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Wow Wrens!! Your Elephant models are truly amazing!! @the_atlp https://t.co/4v69antfFB

The Wrens observed and nurtured their butterflies, but it was time to release them. @the_atlp https://t.co/kV26wley1T

Reception have learnt some new vocabulary words this week; savannah, charge, habitat and herd. If you get chance ask the children what they mean… On our craft table today, the children are using stencils to print elephants by mixing black and white together to make grey https://t.co/U03VxTG9y6