Welcome to Norham St.Ceolwulf’s Church of England First School website. Here you will find information about the wide range of activities that are available to pupils, as well as lots more about our rich curriculum and the “bespoke” learning experience we offer for every child.
Norham St.Ceolwulf’s First School is a small rural school in an idyllic setting where every child has the opportunity to flourish. It is a happy and caring school with every child’s happiness, safety and well-being as our key priority. We offer a stimulating and nurturing environment in which your child can develop as a whole person.
Visitors to school comment on the friendly atmosphere, engagement and enjoyment of our pupils and their attitudes to each other. We believe that the respectful relationships that exist between pupils, staff, parents, governors and the local community are a strength of the school, contributing hugely to family well-being.
We value working in partnership with parents to ensure that each child has the opportunities and conditions to achieve their very best. We have an open door policy for new and existing parents, so please do not hesitate to contact school if you require a guided visit, information or have any queries. We are also always seeking to improve, and so if you can't find what you are looking for here, please do let us know. Enjoy your visit!
For further information, please contact:
Mrs Sarah Dimond
Lapwing Class have been busy this morning!
Working on a PSHE/Literacy unit in school based on The Colour Monster. Inspired by @Talk4Writing writing across the curriculum course I drew and read my own text map to my class this morning and got a round of applause! They’ve been making their own text maps! @PieCorbett
@Norham1stSchool fantasy evening training team Norham 🙌🏼 We can’t wait to see Wild Wednesdays 🤩
First new display of the year for Lapwing Class. We’ve been reading The Colour Monster and have used it to explore different feelings and where we experience them in our bodies.
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