Cottingham Croxby Primary School

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Cottingham Croxby Primary School
Type Primary school
Religion Non-denominational
Head teacher Mr Ledgard
Location Bricknell Avenue
Cottingham
East Riding of Yorkshire
HU5 4TN
England Coordinates: 53°46′16″N 0°23′36″W / 53.771118°N 0.39340°W / 53.771118; -0.39340
DfE URN 117874 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 310
Gender Mixed
Ages 4–11
Website www.croxby.eril.net

Cottingham Croxby Primary School is a primary school serving Cottingham and the Bricknell Avenue area of Hull, England. Its intake is made up of children from two Education Authorities.

The school was seriously affected by the floods which hit the East Riding of Yorkshire during June 2007. The school itself flooded, which resulted in it being closed 4 weeks early. The pupils were educated in classrooms at the University of Hull for the remainder of the school year.[1] Although the school site re-opened for the start of the September 2007 new school year, the majority of children were educated in mobile classrooms.

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