'Within our Brough Primary School community we aim to provide an inclusive, enjoyable, stimulating and safe learning environment where our vision is to promote creativity and a passion for learning with high expectations.'

Head teacher: Mrs I Peirson          Deputy Head teacher: Mr S Mearns         Chair of Governors: Mr K Smith

(South Hunsley) Brough Primary School News

School News

  • Reception Share Days
    Reception have been enjoying their spring share days.
  • Marble Season!
    Marble season runs from Monday 24th of March for three weeks! Enjoy.
  • National School Quiz
    Brough school was the winner of the area heat for the national school quiz competition. We have now won a place at the semi-final in York at the end of April.
  • Year 4 Dance Competition
    Our amazing team of Year 4 dancers won the South Hunsley Dance Festival Competition last week, gaining high praise indeed from the judging panel.
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How to find us. . .

  • Leave the A63 at the exit signposted to Elloughton, Welton and Brough
  • Turn right at the traffic ligths and then immediately left onto Welton Low Road.
  • In Elloughton, opposite the Half Moon pub, turn right onto Elloughton Road.
  • Just after the digital speed sign take the second left onto Hunter Road.
  • Then take the second right onto Woodland Way.
  • At the end, turn right onto Sprinfield Avenue.
  • As you turn the corner, the school is on your right.


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Special Educational Needs 

The government are currently reviewing the SEN (Special Educational Needs) Code of Practice for children and young people from 0 to 25 years. If passed, the changes will take effect from September 2014. The Local Authority will produce a local offer which will set in one place, information about provision they expect to be available to children, young people and their families when a child or young person has Special Educational Needs. 


Further information regarding this will be published on our website as it becomes available. 




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