A warm welcome to you and your child
The Boyle & Petyt Primary School is a vibrant and thriving school on the outskirts of Beamsley in the surroundings of the Bolton Abbey Estate in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Our catchment area includes the villages of Beamsley, Bolton Abbey, Draughton, Halton East and the hamlets of Hazlewood, Storiths and Deerstones. Children also attend from Addingham, Ilkley, Skipton and Silsden.
Our school is more than just a school; it is a warm and welcoming community of enthusiastic children and dedicated staff who strive for excellence at all times. We are passionate about giving children the very best possible start to their educational journey and we are proud of the varied and rich opportunities available to all children in our school. Our children enjoy a broad and engaging curriculum which helps them to grow into independent, creative and confident young people who are curious and eager to learn. We give all of our children the opportunities and experiences they need to prepare them for the next stages of their learning journeys.
Alongside our excellent academic curriculum, we teach and support the children in their personal and social development. Our children are happy and thoughtful and they show respect to others and to their environment. The school provides opportunities for children to take responsibility and they leave our school confident in their abilities and proud of their achievements.
We are fortunate to have wonderful outdoor learning spaces, which include a playground, a field and a woodland area. Our excellent school environment means that the children enjoy a significant amount of outdoor learning time - extending the work that they do in the classroom and broadening their experiences.
I would love to welcome you to our school, so that you can meet us and see for yourself what a special place The Boyle and Petyt Primary School is.
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Children from Early Years and Years 1 and 2 'trooping the colour'.
2021 Sing Up Digichoir video featuring our children at 1'43"