Here at Forest of Galtres Primary School we are committed to nurturing your children as they grow through school. All staff work together to provide a rich and exciting learning environment built around our school vision and our core values of Care, Creativity, Courage, Collaboration and the Christian Faith. Our school has a distinctive ethos as the only Anglican Methodist primary school in North Yorkshire: this is shown in the very high level of care that we show towards everyone in our school.
In 2016 we chose to convert to academy status and since December 2016 we have been part of the Hope Sentamu Learning Trust family of schools alongside Manor CE Academy and Poppleton Ousebank Primary School.
This summer we have worked on developing our indoor and outdoor Early Years Foundation Stage provision and we are now admitting children aged 3 years as part of the 30hrs entitlement for families; from September 2017 Shipton Preschool and Toddlers have also been based on site. In April 2019 this became our school Nursery, providing education and care for children aged 2 years and above.
We are a busy and friendly school, with lots going on. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing up to date information for parents, pupils and the wider community.
We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find the information you are looking for. Please feel free to contact the school direct with any queries you may have, or if you require any paper copies of any documentation.
Welcoming children aged 2-11: “a vibrant and inclusive environment in which pupils feel valued and safe” (Ofsted 2019)
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Part of the Hope Sentamu Learning Trust, York. Nurturing children through our 5 Commitments: Care, Creativity, Collaboration, Courage & the Christian Faith
URGENT school will be closed for an additional training day on Tuesday 5th January following the lockdown announcement tonight as we work on our essential educational provision
Same for us. Constant error message and no response @Edenreduk
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement tonight parents MUST NOT send children to school if there is any way they can be cared for safely by others. Please help protect everyone including our staff and their families
Hi everyone and thanks for all the support! Great to see the children who have been getting on with home learning things already, and are keeping in touch with each other and us. We miss you! 👋🏻