Kirby Hill C of E Primary School is set in the pretty village of Kirby Hill, very close to Boroughbridge.
The school serves Kirby Hill and surrounding villages, and is a thriving and busy place. Children attend Kirby Hill School from the age of three years to eleven years.
The nursery is a Local Authority maintained early years class, which is able to offer free early years education to children from the age of three.
View a copy of the Kirby Hill Primary School Brochure 2018 (.PDF)
What makes our school special?
School Code of conduct
Keep Everyone Safe
Consider and respect everyone
Be the best I can be
Be proud of our school
Kirby Hill C of E aims to be an inclusive school. This means the equality of opportunity must be a reality for our children. We make this a reality through the attention we pay to the different groups of children within our school:
What our pupils say;
Our school is special because we have kind teachers that help us to learn interesting things. We are all kind to everyone, so it feels like a family. If we are hurt or have fallen over then one of the teachers makes us feel better. Our school is special because we are next to the church and our vicar, Reverend Alison, comes to visit us. We also have Santa who comes to visit us at Christmas. Lydia Bradley
Our school is special because we go to church to pray and we have a vicar. I’m very proud to be at our school because we all work hard and we all work together to be a good school. We have lots of visits and we do music. The adults are the most caring because they are always here for us and they help us when we are hurt. Our Head Teacher is good because she is part of the family, we are like a big family and you are very welcome at Kirby Hill, all of the time. Rose Staniforth