Austhorpe Primary School

A school that is proud of its friendly and welcoming environment and is committed to creating a life long love of learning for all its children.

Central to the vision and ethos for the school is the belief that all children have this potential to SHINE:

S uccess
H appy and Healthy
I nclusion
N urturing
E nrichment


Success is a vital part of the learning process. Learners at Austhorpe Primary School recognise that success is gained through grit and determination and is reached after effort and improvement. Learners at Austhorpe Primary School know that failure is part of the process if working towards success and this can only be achieved when we have tried our best.

Happy and Healthy

Through an engaging curriculum, learners at Austhorpe Primary School aims to provide a happy working environment. Everyone at Austhorpe Primary School learns how get along and is supported by being given opportunities to collaborate with their peers.

Our outside environment is used widely to create safe and healthy learning activities. Through the curriculum, during break times and before and after school children are given a wide variety of opportunities to take part in healthy active PE sessions, play and clubs.


Austhorpe Primary School provides a wide range of different learning challenges and environments to promote the inclusion of every member of our school family. It is important to us to provide support and challenge for all children at Austhorpe Primary School.


The mental health and well-being of everybody at Austhorpe Primary School is a vital part of our nurturing ethos. Adults and children are encouraged to support one another and ask for help when it is needed.


Austhorpe Primary School is proud of how we use our outdoor environment in an imaginative and cross curricular manner to provide enrichment for everybody. The wide range of different environments allows learners at Austhorpe Primary School to experience different challenges and work to their own strengths and targets.

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