Teachers use questions skilfully to assess pupils' learning throughout lessons. Pupils discuss their ideas and learn from each other. Classrooms are organised well and the content and timing of activities are planned effectively.Extract from our Ofsted Report 2015, in which the school was rated - GOOD.
As it is a new year, I feel compelled to write a blog. It’s that time when we make our new year’s resolutions. If any of you have seen the Meghan Trainor and James Corden video doing the rounds on social media, you will realise there is a trend this year to accept that New Year’s resolutions never happen. For me this is probably true. They really are ridiculous. As a teacher, I expect the…Read full story >
Our huge but empty playground was transformed by the amazing team from Cool Canvas. A massive thank-you to Oliver and his fantastic team for creating such a special area! This video was created by the Oaks!Read full story >
Every child is as unique as their finger prints, every child's strengths, talents and individual little quirks are celebrated here at Grayrigg.
Our small numbers enable us to tailor learning to each individual child with every member of our Grayrigg family taking as much pride in the achievement of other's as they do in their own achievements.
The best way to understand our school is to see if for yourself. We would be incredibly proud to show you around. We are also running sessions for next year's reception children and would be happy if your child would like a taster of our small and friendly school environment.
For an appointment please contact the school office: 01539824676 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Grayrigg have really helped my son settle into his first year in education. We were a little nervous of how Joel would respond to a classroom situation, being the youngest at the school and very single minded! We needn't have worried, the school has been excellent and we have appreciated the difference a small school can bring by really knowing our child.Craig Butterworth - parent.
Our part of the worlds longest letter
On stage at the local theatre
Putting our MP through his paces
We all love forest school
Bridge building challenge
Cycling stage of KMF