Welcome to Scremerston First School
Scremerston First School is a small First School located in a beautiful area of North Northumberland. We are a friendly, welcoming school with a capacity of 90 children aged 4 – 9 years (published admission number 18). Set within Scremerston, a small village situated close to the A1 and just south of the historic border town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, the school provides attractive and exciting school grounds for the children to explore and enjoy.
Our last Ofsted report (February 2011, www.ofsted.gov.uk) was full of praise for our school.
Scremerston is a good school. It has several outstanding features. The school is highly successful in ensuring that pupils flourish in a cohesive school community and is rightly proud of the outstanding quality of its pastoral care. The school makes excellent use of its small size to promote a nurturing family atmosphere in which the adults know the pupils extremely well. As a result, pupils' sense of community, their knowledge of how to keep themselves safe and how to follow a healthy lifestyle are excellent.
To find out more about our school and our community please have a look around this website. If you have any questions or would like to visit the school please contact us and Julia Bradbury (School Secretary) or Helen Harrison (Head Teacher) will be in touch with you. We are always happy to welcome visitors to our school.
Data related to the school can be found in the Dept. for Education's School Performance Tables at www.education.gov.uk
SCHOOL UPDATES - FEBRUARY 2016
WEEKLY TALK TOPIC SUBJECTS are on the 'For Parents - Parental Involvement' Page
FREE online reading books, games and activities are available through the Oxford Reading Tree site. Details of the site and Username and Password are on the 'For Parents - Parental Involvement' page.
OUR 'MATHS HELP VIDEO' features children showing how we solve addition calculations in school. Find it on this website in the KIDS ZONE - MATHS HELP.
Teachers from Denmark visit school.
Artist Samantha Cary works with all classes.
Teachers from Norway visit school.
Children work with Samantha Cary in groups to create montages.
School closes at 3pm. for the half term holiday.
School reopens at 8.40 am.