Headteacher's Welcome

Children learn because they love it and they are happy just to be at school. We promote Christian values of respect for one another, friendship, curiosity, tolerance of difference and self esteem. The heart of our vision is that individuality is something to celebrate.

Every moment matters because we make it so. From a new laid egg to a poem created in the woods, measuring the height of a sunflower or cheering someone on to score their first ever goal.

The curriculum is constantly evolving as education never stands still - neither do we.

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Latest News

We had a very brave lady come to visit us today. Lauren Doherty suffered life changing injuries after she was ...Read more
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Ripon Fire Service came to visit us on Wednesday afternoon with their fire engine. The children were able to explore ...Read more
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We are a hardy outdoor group of people here at Skelton. Even with miserable November weather we make the most ...Read more
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Christmas Events at Skelton C of E Primary School Year 3/4 Cluster Carol Concert Holy Trinity Church Monday 3 rd Dec at 1pm ‘All Things ...Read more

Years 2,3 and 4 went to Outwood Academy today for a sports event. The children had a great time doing ...Read more
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On Tuesday, Elizabeth Bell from the churches conservation trust came in to talk to the children about the role animals ...Read more
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We have just returned from St. Helens Church in Skelton where the children have just been singing, reading poems and ...Read more
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Today Warrant Officer Palmer and some of his colleagues from 6 Regiment RLC visited us today. They talked to the ...Read more
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Today we have been working with Elizabeth Bell from The Church Conservation Trust. We have been looking at compasses and ...Read more
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The children sang beautifully and read out a weather report for the whole year since last harvest festival. They read ...Read more
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The year 5 and 6 children have been to Outwood Academy today for an afternoon of athletics. I was so ...Read more
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We run each day at the start of the afternoon so that we can build up fitness and stamina. We ...Read more
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The children have been enjoying games with Mrs Mardon at Morning Club. Morning club is open from 8:00am each morning in the outside classroom at ...Read more

Well done to all the children for such a fantastic effort at sports day this morning. We started with a variety of activities in the ...Read more

The children took party in our annual cross country event at Newby Hall on Monday. This involved local schools within the area who all took ...Read more

Pirates v Mermaids is a swashbuckling tale of the pirates at Me Hearty High School. This is the most distinguished pirate school on the seven ...Read more

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