Happy New Year
It has been fantastic to welcome pupils back for the start of Spring term 2022, thankfully so far this year there have been no last-minute plans to move to remote learning. I sincerely hope that this remains the case. At school we hope to keep everything as consistent and normal as possible for our pupils, however, like all organisations we must continue to look closely at keeping everyone safe.
Reading at Home
We are continuing to have a huge focus and emphasis on Reading at home. As a whole school community, we know the importance that reading fluently and with understanding has on becoming a successful learner and that the way to becoming a good reader is through regular practice at home and at school. Please make sure that you hear your child read daily at home and record this in their home school reading record. Each day your home school reading records are checked in school. Thank you for your support with this.
Finally we are very proud to announce that we have been rated 'Good' following our recent ofsted inspection. The full report can be read here on our website under 'our school- Ofsted'
One pupil told an inspector that 'the school is a compassionate place where everyone has a friend' .
The wellbeing of pupils is a fundamental priority for staff
Pupils are proud of their school and it's environment, They talk enthusiastically about reading
Pupils positive attitudes to learning help them achieve well
We are very proud of all our pupils, staff and the support from family and the local community
Is your child ready to be starting school in September 2022?
Are you thinking about moving schools?
Thirsk Community Primary School is a warm and welcoming school for your child learn, to be happy and supported to achieve their personal best. If you would like to arrange to have a tour of our school please contact the school office on 01845 524349 or email email@example.com
Celebrating World Book Day 2021
Enrichment Week April 2021. The Dinosaurs come to visit.
Face to face with a T REX!!
Wood donations for EYFS!!!
Celebrity vet and friend of Thirsk Community Primary School pets Mr Julian Norton who came to judge our Pet competition. Thanks Julian!