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Parent Forum

The first parent forum was held on 6th March 2017. Please click here to read a summary of the meeting.

The next meeting will be held on Wednesday 10th May at 3.40pm




Aim High,Be Proud

  A Warm Welcome 

Our school is a small, friendly, village school situated in the village of Stillington, near Easingwold, catering for children between the ages of 4 and 11 years old. At present there are almost 40 children on roll. The aim of this website is to provide you with a flavour of our school and all the exciting things we do here.

Our school aims to provide the best teaching and learning environment possible and to reflect the spirit and outlook of the village it serves.  

By providing a learning environment where individual needs are met and each child feels happy and valued, children are encouraged to reach their full potential in academic and life skills.

I hope that you enjoy looking at our website. If you would like to know more about the school please contact Mrs Gough, School Administrative Assistant on 01347 810347 to make an appointment and I will be more than happy to show you round and further discuss the school and the education we provide.
Sarah Atkinson
Head Teacher


Pupil Premium

In the financial year 2015/2016 the school received £6,900 in pupil premium funding. Find out how it was spent and the impact in our full report here>>

Sports Funding

The school receives sports funding for all pupils. Find out how it was spent here

"Teaching is engaging in KS2 and this means that pupils have strong attitudes to learning.'

'Conduct of all pupils in the school at different times of the day is good.'

'Pupils feel safe and parents also reported that this is the case. Parents feel well informed by the school and reported that their children are happy and well cared for in school.'

Read our full Ofsted report here