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Anti Bullying Week

Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

Our Christian Value this half term is Trust

Well done to all families who got involved in Early Reading Club and Mission Addition. The fun continues next week

Snainton LogoWelcome to Snainton CE VC Primary school website

Snainton is a rural village set between Scarborough and Pickering amongst beautiful countryside and farmland. The school is well supported locally and attracts families from outside Snainton including Ebberston , Wilton and Scarborough.

The school building retains many of its Victorian features but has also been refurbished and has three bright, airy classrooms and a space to gather children together for music, drama and assemblies.

Snainton CE Primary School strives to be a central part of the local community. We ensure that all pupils and their families feel secure and welcomed in our school family. We work to serve our community through voluntary work at our local Christian retreat and through our many school community activities.

Through our Christian values, including those chosen by the whole school community, we promote a Christian ethos and expect high standards of behaviour.  Respect for others is a high priority and diversity is actively celebrated. We act swiftly when these values are challenged.

Our curriculum is designed to prepare our pupils for the world of work through high quality teaching and a breadth of experience including outdoor learning. We encourage resilience and reward perseverance as well as excellence. Children are encouraged to explore and raise questions. We aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum in order to inspire our pupils and promote a love of learning which will lead to a successful future. Our aim is for all our pupils to find their place in the world and that they make a positive contribution to society.



Ruth Wackett

Headteacher.

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