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High Coniscliffe C.E. Primary School
Ulnaby Lane
High Coniscliffe
County Durham
DL2 2LL
Tel: 01325 374 412
 

Heateacher: Mrs Wendy Aitken

email: admin@highconiscliffe.darlington.sch.uk

 

High Coniscliffe C.E. Primary School is a small, rural primary school for pupils aged 4 - 11 years.
It is situated in the village of High Coniscliffe, near Darlington in the North East of England, UK.

Website updated: 26th June 2015

What's for dinner today?
The Spring and Summer Dinner Menu is available on the PARENTS page.

School dates for 2015-16
The dates for the new school year are now available on the PARENTS page.

Sporting Successes
March has been a particularly exciting and successful month for the school and details of a variety of sporting events are available on the SPORT page, including the results of the Swimming Gala and pictures from the dance competition.

An exciting opportunity
From Monday 9th February 2015, Miss Aitken will be taking on the role of headteacher for both High Coniscliffe CE Primary School and Cockerton CE Primary School. Miss Aitken will divide her time between the two schools with additional leadership and management support in both schools from existing, outstanding staff. More on the NEWS page.
News School website
A new website for High Coniscliffe C.E. Primary School is under construction and is now available at
www.highconiscliffeprimary.wordpress.com

This new site will be more tablet and smart phone friendly, and also features a link to the school's Twitter messages. The new site is developing rapidly although both websites will be maintained for the coming months to enable a smooth transfer. Please visit the new website and follow our tweets and blogs.
Read for my school
Read for My School is the national schools reading competition from Pearson and Booktrust, with support from the Department for Education.
Reading for pleasure is at the heart of the initiative, which aims to generate excitement about books and cultivate long-lasting positive attitudes towards reading. Read for My School challenges children attending primary and secondary schools in England to read as many books as they can across two months of the spring term. Prizes are available for pupils and for schools taking part in the competition, at regional and national levels.