Bubwith Primary School
Church Street, Bubwith YO8 6LW Tel: 01757 288261 email:
From the school’s website…
We are a small school, set in the beautiful rural village of Bubwith in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
I hope this brief glimpse of our school, via our website, will give you an insight into the life of our school, our ethos and our vision for all our children. I also hope that it helps you to see what makes our school so special. I know that we have so much to be proud of.
At Bubwith School we demonstrate the Bubwith Rights in all we do:
…Everyone at Bubwith has the right…
- To learn
- To feel and be safe
- To be treated with respect
We aim to develop confidence and independence, recognising that each and everyone has a part to play as a responsible member of not only our learning environment but in our local community and wider society.
At Bubwith Community Primary School, we believe that all children thrive in an environment in which they are happy, having fun, challenged and secure. Secure in the knowledge that they are safe and cared for; challenged to achieve their best through a fun, enriched and engaging curriculum and happy in the knowledge they are appreciated for their individuality and their achievements both in and outside of school..
It is difficult to sum up in a short introduction everything that makes Bubwith Community Primary School such a special place, of which we are all proud to be a part. Please do not hesitate to contact us at school for any further information or to arrange a visit so that you can observe our school in ‘real life’.
Friends of Bubwith School (FOBS) is a registered charity working hard to support and enhance school life through fundraising and fun events.
There’s no formal membership and no obligation to make a big commitment, we welcome any parents or carers of children at Bubwith Primary to come along, join in and have some fun.
Bubwith Community Youth Club is open to any young person aged 7 to 16 years of age who live within the parish of Bubwith and the surrounding rural communities. It is run entirely by volunteers.
Some of our older members are on the Youth Council, they meet and discuss the sort of things they would like to see happening at Youth Club. They suggest activities that other members have requested.
To find a list of secondary or special schools that serve our community, please visit the East Riding of Yorkshire council website.
For information on local preschools, nurseries or childminders, please ask for a recommendation on the local Facebook groups.