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Hutton Rudby Primary School
Doctors Lane, Hutton Rudby, TS15 0EQ, UK Yarm
Tel. 01642 700203

Hutton Rudby School

We are pleased to welcome you to Hutton Rudby Primary School.

If your child is just beginning their time here we look forward to a happy and successful partnership. If you are already a parent of the school, we are pleased to renew links with you.

Hutton Rudby has a long established reputation for academic excellence, delivered by a team of dedicated and committed professionals, both teaching and non-teaching. Everyone works hard to maintain the supportive and caring environment associated with our school.

Every child who comes to Hutton Rudby is special, and is taught and cared for with their individual needs in mind. Your child’s education will be interesting, challenging and progressive. When a child leaves us ready to go to secondary school, we would like them to be independent caring individuals who are able to reflect on the values upheld in this community school and confident about meeting future challenges.

We are a small school, which we consider a strength – the whole staff work as a team for the good of all the children. There are regular social and educational events where you will be able to meet us.

By building partnerships we are able to maintain a dynamic learning environment, drawing on the talents and expertise of our staff, supplemented by skills and support of parents and friends. We believe that to achieve the best possible education for your child, a close relationship between home and school is paramount. To this end, we maintain an open door policy to all parents and extend this to prospective families moving into the area.

We are very proud of our school and believe we have something special to offer. Come and see us and take the opportunity to find out more. You are sure of a warm welcome.

Yours sincerely

Amanda Beanland                      Brian Turner

School Organisation

Children are grouped in mixed ability classes, based on age. In order to provide for different needs in one class, the work is structured to the ability and experience of the children. Varied groupings within the class also assist the teacher to present work to children at the appropriate level. Teachers present work to the whole class, to mixed ability groups, to streamed ability groups, or to individual children. Each teacher varies the strategy according to the needs of the children and the requirements of the subject being taught.

Where a child has a particular need, and where staffing allows, we may be able to provide special support for short periods.

In cases where the School cannot fully cater for the needs of the child, we may refer them, after consultation with the parents, to the special support services provided by North Yorkshire Education Authority. The School invites the child's parents to be involved at all stages where special provision is made. Where a modification of the National Curriculum is required, Governors will seek the confirmation of the LEA that the provision is appropriate.

The movement between one class and another is on the basis of age. This is varied on occasions; at such times, we inform parents, in advance of action.

School Curriculum

The School's policy on curriculum follows that of the LEA. The broad principles are that:
  • We believe in giving all children full access to a broad, balanced, relevant, coherent, progressive and differentiated National Curriculum.
  • At all stages of development, learning should be structured and be a stimulating, enjoyable and worthwhile experience in its own right.
  • Equality of access and equality of opportunity should underpin provision for all. We recognise that, for some children, additional special educational needs (SEN) support will be required; for others a curriculum aimed at high achievers.
  • Where SEN arises, the class teacher, child and parents will establish an Individual Educational Plan (IEP) with the help of the designated SEN Co-ordinator (SENCO), to address those needs. School sees this as a positive partnership between School and Home.


The school meets its responsibility for teaching swimming through an after-school Swimming Club that is run with the help of the PTA. It is the Year 4 children who are given National Curriculum entitlement. In addition we are able to offer aspects of Swimming and Water Safety to children who would like it, from Reception age, upward.

Extra-Curricular Activities 2007-2008

Club / Activity




Netball Club

Y5 , Y6



3.15 - 4.15 pm

Mrs Lyon and Mrs Beanland

School Football Club

Y3 , Y4 , Y5 , Y6


3.15 - 4.30 pm

Mr Robinson


Y3 , Y4 , Y5 , Y6


In School Time

9.00 - 9.20 am

Mrs Brooks, Mrs Clay, Mrs Harris, Mrs Morley

PTA Swimming Club


4.00 - 5.00 pm

Stokesley Baths


Table Tennis

Y5 , Y6


3.15 - 5.00 pm

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