Byron Primary School

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We are incredibly proud of our amazing pupils at Byron - and this is often recognised by people who come into contact with the school.

Here is a record of some of the lovely things they have said about us...

Reception Class Trips to Temple Newsam - July 2021

All three Reception classes visited Temple Newsam Farm this month, the staff were very proud of the children's behaviour and attitude towards the trip this year. Please visit our gallery to see the class photographs: 

Comments from Debbie who ran the tour : "Thank you, Byron have been a lovely school to show around the farm, they were very sensible and friendly".

Miss Salma, who drove the mini-bus and stayed to support on the trip: "Such well behaved children, I really enjoyed the trip".

Donaldson parent: " My child really enjoyed the trip. During lockdown we had not been able to go out as a family, it was nice that they could go on the trip".

Year 6 Employability Workshops - June 2021

Can I just say thank you so much for once again making me feel so welcome at Byron Primary. Staff and students have been brilliant, it is such a lovely school!

I have had a brilliant three days!

Michelle Hogan

Own Futures

Year 6 Life Skills First Aid - June 2021

CONGRATULATIONS once again, to all the Year 6 pupils at Byron Primary School who have successfully completed their LIFE SKILLS FIRST AID course, this term.

Byron Primary School are trailblazers in recognising and promoting the importance of First Aid knowledge for both pupils and staff.

The school take essential life skills very seriously as part of the curriculum. For the past five years every year 6 pupil at Byron Primary has taken part in a weekly programme of Basic First Aid, delivered by professional trainers at LIFEAID.

Byron Primary School have always encouraged children to engage in these skills and to understand the importance of having the knowledge to be able to deal effectively with any emergency situation that may occur at home, in the community or at school.

The children themselves saw the need to further improve first aid facilities within the locality and so raised funds to purchase a new AED (defibrillator). This automated external defibrillator is now situated at the entrance to the school and is for the benefit of pupils and staff at Byron and also the wider community.

Hats off to ALL at Byron Primary!

Al & Lynn Vigus,  LIFEAID