North Scarle is a small, rural village. The school has always played a very active part in the village community and likewise the local community and environment have greatly helped to enrich and broaden the curriculum of the school. The school itself consists of three classrooms, a large playground and a large playing field. We currently have 48 children on roll.
At North Scarle Primary School we aim to provide children with a happy, caring environment in which children are encouraged to enquire and experiment in their learning, putting into practice what they have learnt. In addition, we aim to foster a caring attitude towards each other so that each child knows that they are valued as a member of the class and school. Children at North Scarle are aware of what is expected of them in behaviour, responsibility and organisation. This is apparent by the interest and enthusiasm they show in their work.
We are proud at North Scarle Primary School to be able to offer education to children from four years of age through to eleven. All staff and Governors work together to build a school that is caring, safe and achieves high standards.
We offer children the full range of activities as prescribed by the National Curriculum, and in addition offer children the opportunity to join clubs, represent school in inter-school matches, participate in out of school trips and welcome visitors into school.
We value all of our pupils as individuals and aim to realise their full potential through the broad and balanced curriculum that we offer.