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Diary Dates

School Year 2014-2015


2:45pm Class 6 assembly

Break up for half-term


Start of Summer 2nd half-term


Railway Children Theatrical Play to KS2

01.06.15 Railway children M&M productions KS2

03.06.15 Class photograph day


2:45 Class 7 assembly 


MacBeth Worksop Y5/6


Class 7 start swimming


6:00 Parents' meeting: new to FS1

7:00 Parents' meeting: new to FS2


NSPCC fundraiser: Zumba & Aerobics


Phonics screening test week.


10:00-1:00 Summer Fair


1:15 Sports' Day


South Craven mini-Olympics Y2


1:00 - 2:00 SEN drop-in


Year 5 Day South Craven

3:45 FOGs meeting


6:00 Parents' meeting: FS1 to Y1

6:45 Parents' meeting: Y1 to Y2


Y6 Induction Day South Craven


Y6 performance to school


2:00 & 6:00 Y6 performance to parents

1:00 - 2:00 SEN drop-in


6:00 EYFS Graduation


Reports to parents


End of school year 


Staff training day


Start of Autumn term for children 



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Ofsted Inspection Report March 2015 Summary

"A lively and exciting range of activities enthuses pupils and supports their enjoyment of learning."

"Parents are highly supportive of the school. They hold the school in high esteem."

"Pupils are polite, well-mannered and behave sensibly in lessons and around school. They have positive attitudes to learning and want to do well."

"Teachers and teaching assistants build strong relationships with pupils. This helps to create a positive atmosphere where pupils are happy and willing to learn."

"From their various starting points pupils’ progress across the school in reading, writing and mathematics is good, including the progress of those with special educational needs."

"The school’s work in the early years ensures that children are introduced to learning in a happy and friendly environment and so they make good progress in all areas of learning."

"Pupils are enthusiastic and keen to attend school. As a result, attendance is above average. The school is a safe and happy place in which to learn."

"Governors are rigorous and efficient in carrying out their duties and responsibilities. They are well focused on supporting and challenging the school in order to improve teaching and pupils’ learning."

"The headteacher is well supported by other leaders. Together they are focused on high quality teaching which results in good and improving achievement for pupils."

Click here to download the full March 2015 report 

Our school is proud to support UNICEF and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of a child. We embed these rights in all we do, making our school inclusive to all and a great place to learn and to be employed.

Here are some of the rights we promote:

Every child has the right to relax, play and take part in a range of cultural and artistic activities.

Education must develop children's personality, talents and abilities to the full.

Every child has the right to meet with other children and to join groups and organisations.

A child with a disability has the right to live a full and decent life.

Every child has the right to say what they think in all matters affecting them.

Child Protection Statement

Glusburn Community Primary School is committed to ensuring the welfare and safety of all children in school. All North Yorkshire schools, including Glusburn Community Primary School, follow the North Yorkshire  Safeguarding Children Board procedures. The school will, in most circumstances, endeavour to discuss all concerns with parents about their child/ren. However, there may be exceptional circumstances when the school will discuss concerns with Social Care and/or the Police without parental knowledge (in accordance with Child Protection procedures). The school will, of course, always aim to maintain a positive relationship with all parents. The school’s child protection policy is available publicly.

The Designated Senior Person for Child Protection is: Richard Hunt (Headteacher) 

The person who deputises in his absence is: Linda Hanson (Deputy Headteacher)

The school's Child Protection Policy can be accessed by clicking here.


Chair of Governor's welcome 

Mark Wheeler

Hello, on behalf of the Governing Body, the staff and the children I would like to offer a sincere and warm welcome to Glusburn Community Primary   School. I hope that you will find all the information you need on this website and that it offers you a friendly introduction to our school. Should you need any more information, or if you have any questions, please contact the school and we will be happy to help. I hope that your child has many memorable learning experiences with us and I wish them every success as they begin their learning journey at Glusburn Community Primary School.


Headteacher's welcome

Richard Hunt HeadteacherRichard Hunt Headteacher

Richard Hunt

Firstly, thank you for viewing our website. As a parent I know that choosing the right school for your child can be a daunting task; let me assure you that in choosing our school, your child will be getting the very best start to their learning journey in education. Our school is home to around 300 children and over 40 staff. It is the largest within the cluster of seven schools in the South Craven area. We can be found in a beautiful part of the country, with a rolling hillside providing the backdrop to our well situated school; located en route to Lancashire, whilst a short distance from Skipton and Keighley. We have a large playing field to the rear, a substantial outdoor area for the Early Years Foundation Stage, an outdoor classroom, a gardening area, a traversing wall, a separate playground for each Key Stage and a conservation area known as the ‘millennium garden'. We have seen an increase in pupils joining our school over the past number of years; indeed we've already enlisted pupils for our nursery who've only just been born! I look forward to meeting you and your child soon.

Deputy Headteacher

Linda Hanson