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Wednesday 13th February - Lions trip to The Deep

Thursday 14th February - Eagles Netball @ Campsmount 

Wednesday 17th July - Friday 19th July - Robinwood Residential









If your child is due to start in Reception class from September 2019, please see the letter here regarding your application.


If your child leaves school unsupervised, please ensure you complete this form.










We keep our parents up to date with a Friday newsletter, which 
include details about upcoming events and what the previous school week has involved.





Bewerley Park  2018





Forest Schools

A huge thank you to Ms Wolff for helping us gain our Silver and Bronze Green tree school award certificate 


24.06.16 Starfish Playground

Thankyou to our Parents and Friends who have funded our fantastic new cycle track in the Starfish playground. 





21.06.16 Sports day and teddy bear picnic

Today was a wonderful day, thank you to all who attended. Well done to all the children for competing, you were all amazing.  All teams are winners, but for this year the official winners were the green team.



07.06.16 - Consultation 

The Governing Body of Kirk Smeaton Primary School is proposing to make a new early years provision for 3-4 year olds. We would very much like to know the views of parents and other interested members of the community. A letter has been sent home today with our current pupils, but a copy can also be found here for anyone else who would like to comment.


12.04.16 - Profile Review

We will not be doing our profile review with parents coming into school at this time, but we will do at the end of the term instead. Letters will be sent home to advise of the date closer to the time. 


24.3.16 SRE PPTs


REC       Y1     
Y3 Y4
Y5 Y6

Y1 video:

Introduction- Year 5

Growing up- Year 5

What happens during puberty - Year 5

How boys and girls boys grow through puberty- Year 5- separate sessions

How babies are made- Year 6

Please let us know any comments


24.3.16 Last day and bye to Mrs Sayner- Congratulations to our Red Dragons who were this terms winners! They have won extra playtime and a bun baking session with Mrs Cuddy, which they all thoroughly enjoyed.


23.3.16 Easter Service- what a lovely service, the children were amazing.  Happy Easter !


21.3.16 Sports relief sponsored run/walk- well done to all children for taking part in fun run/walk.  Please send all sponsorship money to the office.  Thank you.

18.3.16 Class assemblies- well done to all children, they were fantastic.  Thank you to all parents that came and supported our sports relief event.  We hope you enjoyed the baking! Thank you to all parents for providing some beautiful baking for the event.


16.3.16 Campsmount dance- well done to all our Y2's and KS2 children that took part in the dance.  It was a super event and Kirk Smeaton came 2nd !!! DVD's are available from Campsmount.




9.3.16 Space play- well done to Lions, you were amazing!!! DVD's will be available next week at £5 each. Thank you.





12.2.16 The tyre park is complete.  Happy holidays to all our children and their families.



12.1.16 Please see the newsletter for updates


3.1.16 Happy New Year to all our children and parents/carers, all the very best wishes for 2016!

All staff would like to say a big thank you for the beautiful cards and gifts they received.


16.12.15 The Christmas Service- well done to our children, they made the service beautiful.  Christmas is finally here!


11.12.15 Christmas wish and carols around the tree


8.12.15 The school Christingle

Thank you to all the children they did a great job.  A big thank you to all staff for organising the event and also to the families who attended.


5.12.15 The Nativity was a great success, well done to all the children, they were fabulous.  DVD's are available at the office.





Parent's Evening Questionnaire results Spring 2015

Please click on the link below to download and view the document.

Questionnaire Spring 2015


Parent Pay

We accept payments online through Parent Pay. ParentPay offers you the freedom to make these payments whenever and wherever you like, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week - safe in the knowledge that the technology used is of the highest internet security available.

Please click on the link below:


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Parents wishing to find out more about the Dyslexia SpLD Trust - an organisation of reliable information for parents, teachers, schools and the wider sector; which acts as the main communication channel between government, leading dyslexia organisations, parents, schools, colleges, teachers and the sector.  Can click on this link

The North Yorkshire Parent Partnership Website for all parents and carers who have a child with Special Educational Needs (SEN) is available from the link below:


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Parents and Friends Association
We have a very active Parents and Friends Association which organises fund raising events throughout the year, for example French Nights, Spring and Christmas Fairs, Fun Runs and other events.

We always need new members - if you are interested or can help in any way, please contact the school.

Safeguarding Children
Kirk Smeaton Church of England Primary School is committed to ensuring the welfare and safety of all children in school. All North Yorkshire schools, including ours, follow the North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board procedures. The school will, in most circumstances, endeavour to discuss all concerns with parents about their children. However, there may be exceptional circumstances when the school will discuss concerns with Social Care and/or the Police without parental knowledge (in accordance with Child Protection procedures). The school will, of course, always aim to maintain a positive relationship with all parents. The school's child protection policy is available on request.
Internet Safety
If you struggle to keep up with your child's internet activities, you're not alone. A 2006 survey for children's charity NCH and Tesco Telecoms found that two-thirds of parents couldn't define a 'blog' - a web diary or notebook that invites comment from strangers on the net.

Even more striking was that only one parent in every 100 believed his or her child regularly visited a blog. In fact, the survey found that one-third of children - some as young as 11 - were logging on to a blog two or three times a week or visiting one of the increasingly popular social networking sites, such as Bebo and MySpace, which allow users to post messages, pictures and videos. 

Ten per cent of 11-year-olds said their parents knew nothing about the people they were making contact with online. A similar proportion claimed to surf with no adult supervision at all.

As in any other area of life, if you don't know what your children are doing, where they're going or who they're mixing with, you risk compromising their safety.

At Kirk Smeaton School we teach internet safety in Lions and Eagles classes but this cannot be a substitute for monitoring and supervision at home. The following websites are good if you need more information on the subject; there is also the BBC Chatguide booklet which can be downloaded (below). If you are concerned about your child’s safety on the Internet then you can always speak to one of the teachers in school.

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This is a place for parents to leave comments about our school. This requires a registration.


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This is a link to the Tapestry log-in page as used by Starfish Class.


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Free ebooks for home reading

This is a link to the Oxford Owl website where you can search and read 250 free ebooks (not all books available are free).

Link: Freeebooks