Mr T Jenkinson
Mrs S Nash
Chair of Governors
Mr G. Brown
Highgate Community Primary School
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If you have an urgent safeguarding concern and need to speak to a Designated Safeguarding Lead out of school hours or during the school holiday, you can email a DSL on email@example.com (mark in the subject box DSL). Alternatively, you can call Leicestershire First Response Children's Duty on 0116 3050005 or call our dedicated School Safeguarding Mobile on 07377846424. Please leave a message on the answer machine as this mobile is monitored.
How to find us:
Highgate School is situated on the east side of the village towards the smaller village of Seagrave. From Sileby High Street, turn onto King Street, going under the train bridge, pass Redlands School on the left and continue along Seagrave Road and up towards the top of the hill. Turn right into Heathcote Drive and Highgate School is some 300 metres on the left hand side.
There are regular trains on the Ivanhoe Line providing direct links to both Leicester and Loughborough. Sileby Station is 10 to 15 minutes walk to the school.
There is a service from Leicester & Loughborough that stops outside the school and is provided by Kinches Coaches.
Please call us if you require any help regarding mobility or disabled access and we will help you.
Sileby is a village and civil parish in the Soar Valley in Leicestershire, between Leicester and Loughborough. Nearby villages include Barrow upon Soar, Mountsorrel, Ratcliffe-on-the-Wreake, Seagrave and Cossington.
The origins of the village date back to around 840 AD. The area was settled by the Danes - Leicestershire forming part of the Danelaw along with other counties in the vicinity. The name Sileby may in fact come from the Danish name 'Sighulf'.
Sileby is a large village with a population of approximately 9000 and was an industrial village with hosiery, boot & shoe industries. Many of these former factory sites have now been developed for residential housing.