A VERY WARM Welcome to our school
At Scremerston First School we have hard-working, dedicated staff, a committed Governing Body and a supportive PTFA who together contribute positively to the ethos of our school. As a team, we strive to create the best learning environment possible where all the children in our care are valued and reach their potential. We aim to ensure that every child is treated as an individual, is safe, cared for and achieves success.
Scremerston First School is a small rural 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 with a delightful wooden play area, log circle and large field where the children enjoy exploring. We also have a garden with decking to the rear of the school which includes an area for children to grow vegetables. We have a Community Building within the grounds which was built in 2011 to accommodate our Lucky Ducks Pre-School and which has a community room that is available for members of the public to use on request, when it is not being used as an additional classroom.
We hope you will enjoy browsing our website to find out more about our school. Please give us a call on 01289 307536 if you would like to come for a visit. We look forward to welcoming you.
Latest School Events Events
- NO SWIMMING LESSONS TODAY12Dec2018
9:30 am - 11:30 am @ Swan Centre
Christmas Play rehearsals at the Rugby Club during the day
- NO ACTIVITIES CLUB12Dec2018
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- Christmas Play12Dec2018
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm @ Berwick Rugby Club
- Rotary Story-telling13Dec2018
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Berwick Rotary Club annual Christmas story-telling during the afternoon, with other Christmas activities.
- Christmas Jumper Day14Dec2018
8:40 am - 3:00 pm
Wear a Christmas Jumper and bring £1 to school for 'Save the Children'