Academy Information

Friarage Community Primary School
is a member of the  Scalby Learning Trust.

The Scalby Learning Trust in Scarborough aims to improve education in the locality through establishing coherent and collaborative practice across schools and other educational institutions in the area.

It will:

  • Provide a safe and purposeful environment within which each pupil is valued and motivated to strive for excellence
  • Provide a high quality of teaching that increases knowledge and understanding, fosters an enjoyment of learning and develops skills for life
  • Offer a varied and balanced curriculum
  • Provide equal opportunities for all
  • Develop successful leadership at all levels
  • Work in partnership with parents, governors and the local community

By:

  • Inviting schools to join the Trust or work in collaboration with it for the benefit of young people in the local area
  • Working with local colleges to improve outcomes for post 16 learners
  • Working with the Local Authority through the Opportunity Area initiative to improve outcomes for young people
  • Establishing a school improvement model with practitioners experienced in raising standards from the age of 4 to 18 with a particular focus on closing the gap between disadvantaged youngsters and others
  • Establishing a cost effective support service to support all schools within the trust in order to maximise funding for school improvement.

Further information

What our children say in Year 5 and 6: –
“I love science because I enjoy working practically. Our school has a great gardening club which I help to run. We won an award last year. “

Aaron, Pupil Voice

What our children say in Year 5 and 6: –
“I have learned how to do ratio and proportion using the bar model method. I love the CUC programme because I am much speedier at times tables facts now. “

Leah, Pupil Voice

What our children say in Year 5 and 6: –
“My great-grandma and great grandad were in the WW2. Great grandad fought and great grandma made bullets. This is why I love learning about history and the past. “

Michael, Pupil Voice

What our children say in Year 5 and 6: –
“I love art because I can explore different concepts. You can learn to portray different shapes and anatomy when you draw or paint. I want to be a graphic artist when I grow up”

Evie, Pupil Voice

What our children say in Year 5 and 6: –
“I love basketball and table tennis because you can earn medals for effort. We don’t win at football because we don’t have a field to practise on but I don’t mind because I love football anyway. “

Ehan, Pupil Voice

What our children say in Year 5 and 6: –
“I like this school. I have learnt to speak English quickly; I have learned English in 10 months. “

Mirra, Pupil Voice

What our children say in Year 5 and 6: –
“I love to read because it helps me to get ideas in my head which I can use in my own writing. “

Jessica, Pupil Voice

What our children say in Year 5 and 6: –
“Writing and maths are my best lessons. I like to get my punctuation and grammar right. I also like table tennis club after school because my skills are getting better and better. “

Jayden, Pupil Voice

What our children say in Year 5 and 6: –
“I got really good at decimals today and bit by bit, I am getting better. I like to look after our environment and I do litter picking at play and lunchtimes. “

Hazel, Pupil Voice