Headteachers’ Welcome

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Set in the beautiful rural village of Naburn, just outside the city of York, we are a small school with a big history, a big heart and big ideas!

Members of our local community joined past and present members of the school to celebrate our 150th anniversary in 2022. It was a truly special day, celebrating our long history and our bright future at the heart of our community.

As a church school, we follow Christian Values in all we do: the way that we treat each other, the way that we look for opportunities to help those in need and in the example we demonstrate to those we meet.

Pupils’ personal development is carefully nurtured through a vibrant, distinctive curriculum which does not narrowly focus on academic achievement measures and through the outstanding commitment of staff towards the school’s Christian ethos.SIAMS Inspection, 2017

We aim to develop confidence and independence, recognising that each and every one of us has a part to play as a responsible member of not only our learning environment but our local community and wider society.

Naburn Church of England Primary is a small, tightly-knit community where adults and children work joyfully together inspired by the Christian values of compassion, trust and perseverance.SIAMS Inspection, 2017

A Nut Free School!

At Naburn, we believe that all children thrive in an environment in which they are happy, having fun, challenged and secure.

If you are interested in applying for a place at Naburn and would like to have a guided tour, please do get in touch!  You can find out more about admissions here.

The GTRSB Pledge

As a small school on the outskirts of York where 40% of our children are from GTRSB families it is so important that we engage this community to ensure that they thrive and flourish and want to be in school. We have seen first-hand the power of education and how it can boost and enable this group. We have also witnessed how vulnerable they are, and therefore commit to the GTRSB Pledge for Schools to deliver best practice and improve outcomes for GTRSB children and their families.