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Burnhope Primary School
Langley Avenue, Burnhope, DH7 0AG, UK Durham
Tel. 01207 520243

Our school

About our School

Burnhope Primary School is located in the centre of a village with an area of mixed private and council housing.

The school is situated in extensive grounds and we have gardens, a wild area, two playing fields, a play area, one tarmac netball court and a separate play area for nursery and reception children.

Our school consists of an Early Years Unit (reception and nursery) in one area of the school and three classrooms in the main building. The school is well resourced with a hall, library, separate dining hall and two cloakrooms. The Early Years Unit is organised into two teaching areas, a reception area and a nursery area. The children are organised into classes, each class being in the care of a class teacher who is responsible for the child's progress. Class teachers work closely with their colleagues to ensure curriculum continuity and progression.

School Clothing Policy

We have a school uniform and hope that parents will see that pupils attend school suitably dressed and provided with PE shorts, tops and suitable footwear. The wearing of jewellery for school is not allowed, particularly earrings which can be dangerous during PE and in the playground.


In view of the problems with schools nationally, our school has invested in a stringent security system. All doors are closed, and unable to be opened from the outside, after 9.10 each morning. This is totally safe and conforms to fire regulations. Visitors should use the telephone intercom at the main entrance.


We have lots of activities running throughout the term, these include lots of sporting activities aswell as curriculum based, such as French and Art.Class Activities

Here is a some more information about the types of activities that we do in school:

ICT Club

French Club

Art Club

Board games sessions

Family reading club

Derwentside primary schools 7-a-side league

Kwick Cricket league

Cross country league

Durham County althletics event

Computer Club

There is a computer club on a Wednesday night, this starts at 3.30 and finishes at 4.30.

At the minute the club is only offered to pupils in Class 1 & 2 as demand has been very high. The childern are supervised throughtout the time they are on the computers and are restricted to the websites they can access.

During the computer club students are allowed to do various things such as playing on games on the internet, create birthday cards or even work towards their Digital Excellence awards!!

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