Burton Leonard Church of England Primary School

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We warmly welcome you to our school and recommend you come along and have a look during the school day so you can get a feel for what we are all about. Choosing the right school for your child is such an important decision.

We are more than happy for you to come along more than once! We would be delighted to show you around our school. We have moved to a four class structure and have limited places available in other year groups. Please contact Mrs Sally Drake on 01765 677412 to book an appointment.

Admissions Information

For school admissions information and access to an electronic application form, please use this link to visit the School Admissions page of the North Yorkshire County Council website.

For further information please refer to our admissions policy found on our policies page.

Starting School

If you receive an offer of a place at Burton Leonard from North Yorkshire County Council, you will then be invited to our open days and Parents Evening meetings during the summer term before your child starts school in the September. It is an exciting time and we will guide you through the process. In EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) we support your child in their personal, social and emotional development, and most of this will have been started at home. It is helpful if your child can cope with the following basic skills before starting school: use the toilet independently, wash hands, dress and undress in outdoor and indoor clothes, fasten and unfasten shoes/coats, use a knife and fork. Before your child starts school we ask parents to complete a pack of admissions forms giving certain information such as emergency contact details and medical history. We look forward to welcoming you to our school family.

Why choose Burton Leonard?

What do our parents and carers say?

The school is friendly, it has a family feel but also prepares the children well for high school. Wish we’d moved here sooner.

Child welfare is a priority – supporting each child to recognise and achieve their best

Our child is very happy at school, she likes all her teachers and friends

We like that the school is a safe and caring place, where the children feel valued

We like the openness and opportunity to discuss issues with any member of staff at all times

The family feel and the nurturing environment

Absolutely everything! Our child loves the school and is thriving.

Reward and recognition in Collective Worship, competitions and presenting work to others, teaching the children values

The very strong togetherness culture where all children of all ages show respect for one another; strong school values and enthusiastic staff always smiling and polite which sets a fantastic forst impression and standard

The values – Inspire, Believe, Respect, Achieve and how they are expressed through everyday school life

I love the atmosphere whenever I pop in- a truly happy place!

My child comes home happy every day and loves learning.

The standard of classroom teaching is excellent.

I love the flexibility provided by before and after school club, much appreciated and valuable provision.

Connections with the community – church, History Club, Dementia Forward and other schools

Such a friendly school with excellent dedicated staff and such well- mannered pupils who all look out for one another

It is like one big happy family

Great extra-curricular things offered – thank you Burton Leonard!