Welcome to Thorngumbald Primary School

A warm welcome

Welcome to Thorngumbald Primary School

I would like to extend a very warm welcome to Thorngumbald Primary School in the rural village of Thorngumbald on the edge of the city of Hull. We are all proud of our closely knit and supportive school community whose welcoming and purposeful atmosphere is often commented upon by our visitors.

Our children find themselves in a busy and enthusiastic learning environment where there is always much to do, see and learn. We hope that you will find this website useful, informative and “to the point”. You should get a good impression not only of our school’s learning ethos but also of daily school life as experienced by the children.

Please enjoy our website!

Mrs J Carroll
Acting Headteacher

Upcoming events

december, 2015

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2dec1:45 pm- 3:15 pmChristmas Activity Afternoon KS1 & KS2
7dec9:30 amViolin and Guitar Concert
10dec12:00 pm- 1:15 pmChristmas Lunch
16dec1:30 pm- 3:30 pmKS2 Christmas Party
17dec1:30 pm- 3:30 pmFoundation Stage and KS1 Christmas Party
17dec6:00 pmKS2 Carol Concert
18decAll DayLast day of term

Latest Tweets

Our Christmas lunch is to be served on 10th December, please see the letter on our website https://t.co/UEWjFb5QJP for the menu.
Congratulations Miss Bulman on your @BBCCiN winning Cake competition entry - Well done from all the children.
1st prize in our staff @BBCCiN cake competition went to Miss Bulman, what do you think @PaulHollywood & @MaryRBerry? https://t.co/BgyhTwOgIQ
Do we have @PaulHollywood/@MaryRBerry within our staff? Our staff competition will be judged by the children today! https://t.co/7PURM0GtPW
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Latest News

Violin Lessons with Year 4

Every Monday morning Mrs McKee gives violin lessons to our Year 4 children, we hope you enjoy our short video from this mornings lesson.

Year 6 Residential visit to Castleton Photographs

Set within the beautiful Gothic mansion of Losehill Hall, YHA Castleton acted as a superb base for our residential trip.

Years 3 & 4 National Coal Mining Museum Visit

The museum at Wakefield in West Yorkshire gives the visitor the opportunity to go 450ft down one of the oldest working mines in England.

Welcome back…

Welcome back to the new school year after what I hope has been an enjoyable summer break for you and your family. September is always an exciting time in school […]