Our School

  • History

    Skelton Newby Hall Church of England School was founded by Lady Mary Vyner in 1856. The school is proud of its history and has had a close relationship with the Newby Hall Estate since it opened.

    Children wear a royal blue sweatshirt bearing Lady Vyner’s coat of arms as part of the school uniform.

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  • Grounds

    The school is a traditional village school located in a Victorian building in rural North Yorkshire. It benefits from a large playing field, climbing frames, a pond and woods; all of which are used to enhance the learning experiences of the children. We aim to make the most of our wonderful rural environment enabling our children to develop a love of the outdoors and a respect for whole of the natural world.

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  • Classes

    Small groups for core subjects are hugely beneficial for our pupils. The children are taught in three classes.

    Class 1 (Learning Nest): Reception, Year 1 and Year 2

    Class 2 (Learning Lab): Year 3 and Year 4

    Class 3 (Learning HQ): Year 5 and Year 6

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  • Policies, Curriculum & Statutory Information

    Click to view key school policies, the curriculum and other statutory information, including but not limited to our SEN Information Report, Accessibility Plan and details of Pupil Premium and Sports Funding.

    All of our policies are available for you to view in the school office and alternative formats are available on request.

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  • Ofsted

    Latest Ofsted report February 2016

    Click To View A Copy Of Our Latest Ofsted Report.

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  • Staff

    • Mrs L Taylor – Headteacher
    • Mrs L Briggs -Assistant Headteacher and KS2 Teacher
    • Ms L Wheatley – KS2 Teacher
    • Mrs K Hornby - KS1 Teacher
    • Mrs H Heap – French Teacher
    • Mrs B Bradley – Teaching Assistant and Lunchtime Supervisor
    • Miss L Johnson– Teaching Assistant and Lunchtime Supervisor
    • Mrs L Palmer – Administrator

    In addition to our core teaching staff we employ specialist teachers for Music, Dance and P.E.

    Our teaching assistants support learning for all our pupils and provide special guidance for pupils with additional educational needs.

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  • Governors

    Governors 2017 to 2018

    Skelton Newby Hall Church of England Primary School and Sharow Church of England School have a federated governing body. Click the icon to download details of the governors and their roles and remits within the governing body.

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  • The School Day

    • The school day begins at 8:50am and ends at 3:30pm.
    • The mid-day break is from 12 noon to 1:00pm.
    • At the end of each term, school closes at 3:00pm.
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  • Federation

    Skelton Newby Hall CE Primary School formerly federated with Sharow CE School in September 2012. The schools share a governing body and Mrs Taylor is the Executive Headteacher of both schools.

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