Welcome to Ingleton Primary
Ingleton Primary School was built in 1973 to a semi-open plan design and enjoys plenty of space and lots of natural light indoors. Outdoors we are blessed with extensive, attractive grounds and the school is in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
There is a tradition for providing a high standard of primary education and care for 3 to 11 year olds. We are a community school and work in close partnership with our community and other local schools.
Ingleton Primary is a good school. Its care, guidance and support for pupils and its links with a wide range of partners are outstanding
We work hard to make learning fun and relevant for all our learners and OFSTED have consistently complimented us for our quality provision and creative approaches to teaching and learning.
A typical parent comment was, "I feel incredibly fortunate that my children attend such a good school where there is a lovely atmosphere. Pupils' individual learning needs are very much catered for."
"Ingleton Primary is a wonderful school and pupils leave as active learners and confident young citizens, keen and able to contribute to the community"
On Monday 2nd June Year 5s went to talk to the residents of Ingleborough Nursing Home about WWII. This was to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy. The children asked the residents questions about what they could remember from D-Day and what life was like during ... Read more
Year 6 had an action packed three days in Edinburgh. On Monday we travelled up to Edinburgh by train and then we had a picnic in Holyrood Park followed by Dynamic Earth and then a Ghost walk in the evening. On Tuesday we explored Edinburgh castle and we were lucky ... Read more
Year 6 pupils enjoyed a morning at the library with Saviour Pirotta who has written a number of amazing children's books. He inspired us with an exciting and gruesome pirate tale which was very memorable. We were fortunate because he also shared tips for structuring stories and we were motivated ... Read more
The new starters in Nursery have settled in very quickly and are having lots of fun exploring their new environment. Already we have been busy picking blackberries and baking blackberry and apple pies. We have been down to the woods to find conkers, enjoying the warm sunshine and dry grass. ... Read more
The second annual Farmers' Market held at school on Friday 24th April was a big success. We welcomed stall holders from the community selling eggs, meat, cheeses, fruit and veg, bread, jams and plants. There were craft stalls run by parents, grandparents and children. The school stalls were a sellout! ... Read more
Year 6 had an action-packed visit to Crucial Crew. They took part in twelve different activities such as fire safety, water safety, internet safety, autism awareness and railway safety.It was a really informative day and we all benefited from the professionals' advice and presentations. Read more
On Thursday 11th June, Year 6 went to London to visit the Houses of Parliament. We had an early start to catch the train to London Euston. Then we travelled by tube to Green Park and enjoyed a stroll past Buckingham Palace towards Big Ben and Parliament. We had to ... Read more
Six children from Class 6 (Jonathan, Rachel, Jed, Elliot, Ethan C and Millie) were in the final of North Yorkshire's Debating Competition after coming first place in the Craven heat. 48 schools entered and there were 8 in the final. Miss Braund and Carl Lis (Chair of Governors) accompanied them ... Read more
Gardening Club cooked tea on a bonfire in the woods to mark the end of the gardening season. Everyone ate far too many marshmallows! The sausages from George at Country Harvest were really tasty. The club will start again after February half term in time for the planting season. Read more
We all had lots of fun dancing and playing games in the hall. We were excited to see Father Christmas too. Read more
As a school we have been supporting an initiative helping to provide clothes for refugee children fleeing Syria. When boats arrive on the Greek islands at night, or children are literally washed ashore or plucked from the sea, it is vital that they are stripped of their wet, freezing clothes ... Read more