Welcome to Carlton Miniott Community Primary School
Our school is situated in the attractive village of Carlton Miniott close to the market town of Thirsk. We are a happy and caring school where staff and governors work together to promote a family atmosphere where all feel safe, secure and listened to.
Our school is a Community School which aims to provide a stimulating and productive environment where children enjoy to learn. As well as teaching the National Curriculum we provide a wealth of experiences in and out of school which give opportunities for children to develop thier skills, whatever their level of ability. We are very supported by the envolvement of parents in our school and an enthusiastic Friends of School which hold many events throughout the year.
This website will provide you with lots of information about our school but we would be very pleased to show you round so don’t hesitate to contact the school and make an appointment. I look forward to meeting and working with you.
It is our vision for Carlton Miniott School that every child will leave our school feeling successful, positive and having achieved their full potential.
Key Features of Our School
The school has recently completed consultation with parents and stakeholders on whether to join the Elevate Multi-Academy Trust. This is a local trust made up of local primary schools with a real focus on improving learning for children. Following the consultation the School Governors have decided to continue with the process of joining Elevate. They aim to complete the conversion on 1st February 2018.Click here for frequently asked questions or on logo below to visit the Elevate webpage.
Young Voices 2018
In January this year 36 members of our singing group joined a choir of 5000 other children at Sheffield Arena to take part in the Young Voices Concert. They had spent a term practicing a range of songs including cartoon favourites, pop classics, newly written songs and songs from the past. They performed these with enthusasm and lots of dance moves and actions. The concert also included a range of performers including local artists including Natalie Williams, Magnet and dance from the Urban striders. Everyone involved had a fantastic time.
We are very proud to be members of North Star and Polaris Teaching School Alliances. North Star and Polaris formed a unique partnership in 2016 to support school improvement across North Yorkshire and work with around 70 primary schools in the region. Our collective aim is to improve outcomes for all children through a self-sustaining, dynamic system of school improvement and support across North Yorkshire and beyond.