Our Vision

As a loving school family, who takes pride in our environment and equipment, our vision is to sow the seeds in our young people, growing compassionate and confident learners who harvest respect for others; developing their special gifts, enriching each individual in God’s own image.

 

Colossians 3:12-15, Genesis 1:27-29 and Matthew 13:1-9

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12/6/20 Updated Letter from ERYC Transport Services

Update 12th June 2020 - Advice to Parents Regarding Transport to School

22/5/20 Letter from Deborah Myers, 

Head of Children and Young People, Education and Schools. ERYC

22/5/20 Advice to Parents Regarding Transport to School

Message from East Riding of Yorkshire Council - 20/3/2020

Coronavirus and schools closure information for parents / carers

Following the Government’s announcement, East Riding of Yorkshire Council would like to reiterate that schools, colleges and childcare providers will be closed for the vast majority of children until further notice.

Many parents working in critical sectors may be able to ensure their child is kept at home. Every child who can be safely cared for at home, should be.

The Department for Education is asking schools, colleges, nurseries, childminders and other registered childcare settings to offer provision, where they can, for children of critical workers and vulnerable children. You may have already been contacted by your child’s school. If this is not the case please look at their website.  
This is an offer to parents and carers who are critical workers or have vulnerable children. There is no requirement for parents and carers to send children to school if you do not need or wish to do so.
Further information is available at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/closure-of-educational-settings-information-for-parents-and-carers/closure-of-educational-settings-information-for-parents-and-carers

Welcome to Bugthorpe Church of England Primary School’s website which we hope will provide you with a window into our school.

We are a Church of England Primary School set in the attractive village of Bugthorpe in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds. The school is situated just off the A166, 4.5 miles from Stamford Bridge. The school’s ethos is underpinned by our Christian Values, and we are proud of our strong links with the village church, St Andrew’s.

Bugthorpe C of E Primary School is small enough to foster a close-knit, family atmosphere, but large enough to offer an exciting range of opportunities for our pupils. The school has entered into a collaboration with nearby Sutton Upon Derwent CE Primary School, sharing a Headteacher and working closely with its sister school to the mutual benefit of all pupils. The school has well-resourced grounds that offer both play-opportunities and the scope for an interesting, interactive and varied outdoor curriculum.

We are a friendly, welcoming and inclusive community where every child receives the best possible education in a safe and caring environment. Pupils with additional needs are supported by programmes of work which are individually designed to enable them to make maximum progress.

Bugthorpe C of E Primary School offers a broad, exciting and challenging curriculum that provides the building blocks for our pupils’ physical, intellectual and emotional development and well-being, as well as instilling in them a thirst for lifelong learning.

Pupils are offered a wide range of high-quality sports by our Sports Coach. They take part in local matches and tournaments and enjoy considerable success in them.

We highly value our parents and carers and see them as equal partners in their child’s education.

We hope that we have stimulated your curiosity to see our school and welcome visits from prospective parents/carers.

 

Mr Bracken Holtby

Executive Headteacher

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