• St John's Church

    Local clergy present Collective Worship each week in school. Spiritual, social and cultural awareness is developed through Christian teachings and services for the community are led by pupils in church each term.

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  • The Diocese of Leeds

    As a church school strong links exist with other local schools and the Diocese. Ripon Cathedral hosts themed services where our pupils can build new relationships with pupils from our local communities.

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  • Harrogate and Rural Teaching Alliance

    Harrogate and Rural Teaching Alliance is a well established and growing collaborative partnership of 26 member schools and a further 21 Strategic Member schools. The Alliance is built on the core principle of “Improving Learning for all Pupils Through Collaborative Partnerships” and all of our schools work together to achieve this.

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  • Community Links

    The contribution of the staff and governors is rewarded each year when the Year 6 pupils plan, prepare and serve a marvellous meal for them during the summer term. They are supported by a local chef, Rick Jones, who works hard to make the whole dining experience such a success.

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  • Community Projects

    Our Year 2 pupils worked closely with Jenny Ruth to develop some amazing rainbow chairs. Pupils selected the colours we wanted and the talented staff at Jenny Ruth made our ideas come to life. The children love spending time reading in the chairs.

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  • Link Schools

    Each year our older children take part in a Reading Project with other local primary schools. Children take turns hosting events and great fun is had by all.

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  • Sharow Village

    Children regularly participate in Sharow Village fair - entering competitions for best cake, best flower arrangements and even the best crown suitable for the Queen.

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  • Federation

    We have now been federated with Skelton Newby Hall Primary School since 2012. We working closely across the two sites’ staff, pupils and parents regularly enjoy joint adventures and activities together.

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