Wednesday 3rd September 2014
Reminder - children return to school tomorrow, Thursday 4th September 2014.
I look forward to meeting eveyone properly tomorrow.
Our website is currently being redesigned. With immediate effect we will ONLY be updating the Letters to Parents and Newsletters pages of our website. Once the redesign is complete we will ensure it contains fully updated information. If you require any information please contact the office in the first instance. School Policies can be viewed in hard copy form.
Best wishes Mr Twyman
Burley County Primary School
"Developing Successful Learners for life"
We are pleased to welcome you to Burley Primary School. The school is a non-denominational Community Primary School catering for boys and girls from rising 5's to 11 years of age and currently has 107 pupils. It is situated near the centre of Burley village and forms a key part of the village community.
When you first arrive at our school, you will notice a unique atmosphere. Strong bonds and high levels of trust exist between staff and pupils, creating a happy and close community.
We provide our learners with an inspiring and exciting curriculum , challenging ideas and encouraging independent thinking whilst maintaining an ethos of nurture and support. Our school places a great emphasis on developing those skills which will enable pupils to value and enjoy learning for life. Each learner is valued as an individual with a unique set of skills and abilities. Everyone is encouraged to be the best they can be by taking advantage of all opportunities presented to them, by working hard and having fun as they learn.
This prospectus will provide you with most of the information you will need to know about out school but it will not allow you to experience the uniqueness of Burley Primary School. The only way to do this is to come in and meet our exceptional team.
With best wishes, from the staff and governors at Burley Primary School.
Our latest (May 2008) OFSTED report can be viewed here.
This website was last updated on 3 September 2014