Welcome to the website of Masham C.E. Primary school
Whether you are a current student or a parent looking for a school for your child, we hope that you will find this site to be a useful source of information about all aspects of life at our school.
The school comprises five classrooms, one school hall, an office used by the Head, a reception office used by the School Business Manager and the Administrator, workroom and staffroom. There is a large playground to the rear of the school with a newly developed imaginative work area. There are steps that lead down to the wilderness, reflective area, play area and the recreation ground, which is used for sports.
A message from the Headteacher
A warm welcome to Masham Church of England Primary School. We are located in the heart of this rural market town and cater for children aged 4-11. We believe that it is crucial to provide all of our learners with a broad, balanced and creative curriculum in a nurturing environment, where each of our pupils feel valued as an individual. If you would like to visit our school when considering an education for your child then it would be our pleasure to show you around.
Suzy Smart (Acting Headteacher)
A message from the School Council
In School Council we have several members of Masham School including Mrs Fitton, Mrs Teasdale, Alfie, Sam, Issie, Isabelle, Daisy, Millie, Callum, Max, India and Eain. The children have been nominated by their classes to be on the team.
School council make big decisions, including fundraising events and school trips and they aim to make the school a better place!
A message from the Vicar
Masham School was founded in 1760 to serve our local and wider community. This remains our mission today. Our school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality for children of all faiths and none, within the context of Christian belief and practice. We promote Christian values through the experience we offer to all our pupils and encourage an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith. As a Church of England School, Masham enjoys very close links with the community of St. Mary's Church, sharing an understanding of Christian beliefs and practices.
Revd. David Cleeves