Our school vision

“You will shine among them like stars lighting up the sky.”

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“You will shine among them like stars lighting up the sky.”


“You will shine among them like stars lighting up the sky.”

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“You will shine among them like stars lighting up the sky.”

About Our School

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 Welcome to our school

As headteacher of Kirkby and Great Broughton Church of England Primary School, I am delighted to wish you a very warm welcome to our website. I hope it gives you as much information as possible about what we have to offer you and your child. 

Rooted in the Bible Verse: 

“You will shine among them like stars lighting up the sky.” 
(Philippians 2:15-16) 

Our Christian vision is for every member of our school community to shine: 

Shine within themselves 
Shine for our community 
Shine out to the world

Together, we light the way for others. 

This vision represents how we want all of our school community to be the best they can be, to make a positive difference in the world and to do this alongside others. 

We are very proud of our distinctiveness as a church school and Christian values and spirituality run through everything we do.  We create a safe and secure Christian environment where all can achieve their full potential and feel a sense of pride in their own achievements and the achievements of others. 

Partnership is very important to us and we work closely with all members of the community to provide the best education we can for our children. 
If you require more information or would like to visit our school then we would love to meet you. 

Please contact the School Office on 01642 712687 to arrange an informal chat or an appointment. 

Emma McCormick 


July 8th 2022 Newsletter

Reception Visit the Farm Earlier in the week, Reception pupils embarked on their first school trip visiting Monk Park Farm as partof their topic 'Amazing Animals'. It was a super day for a class trip, perfect weather for outdoor exploration and not too hot inside the...

June 24th 2022 Newsletter

Fun in the Sun The children have taken full advantage of the fantastic summer weather, enjoying the playtime equipment on offer on the Huff and Puff trolley and seeking shade whilst sharing a story in our Reading Shed. A big‘thank you’ to the Y6 Playleaders, who have...

June 10th 2022 Newsletter

Year 6s East Barnby Adventure Oscar says: The Year 6s have had an amazing time at East Barnby and everyone enjoyed it! We tookpart in several fun and new activities including Beck Scrambling, Canoeing, Sailing, Climbing andOrienteering and I think that everyone wishes...

May 20th 2022 Newsletter

Celebrating the Platinum Jubilee We have a great day planned within school to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee on Wednesday 25th May.Children will be learning about the history of our monarch and we will be visited by some members ofthe History Society who have very...

May 6th 2022 Newsletter

New Learning this Term Welcome back to the summer term, one that promises to be filled with fun and learning and hopefullylots of sunshine! It is great to be able to plan 'normal' end of year events too. Please see below forthese dates for your diaries.  

Welcome to our new website

We hope you enjoy our new website. Please come back soon as we begin to populate the news with all the great things going on.

April 1st 2022 Newsletter

Film Night Over 60 children enjoyed the film night last Friday. They were greeted with popcorn as they arrived atthe 'cinema', snuggled into their cushions as they watched the film and then enjoyed hot dogs in thespring sunshine. A huge thank you to our fabulous staff...

March 18th 2022 Newsletter

Our New School Vision It is with pleasure that we will be able to launch our new school vision with the children next week. Slightly delayed, we have now been able to gather the views of parents, staff, children, governors and the church to create our new vision...

11th Feb 2022 Newsletter

Amazing Art The children in year 6 have been improving their sketching skills, in particular drawing ellipse. Theydeveloped this by examining and drawing a range of Victorian artefacts. Freddie showed realdetermination took it upon himself to practise these skills at...