Kirk Hammerton Church of England Primary School

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Kirk Hammerton Church of England Primary School
Kirk Hammerton Church of England Primary School.jpg
Established (originally) 1820; current building 1975
Religion Church of England
Headteacher Miss Emma Miller
Location St John's Grove
Kirk Hammerton
North Yorkshire
YO26 8DE
England Coordinates: 53°59′44″N 1°17′26″W / 53.995548°N 1.290615°W / 53.995548; -1.290615
Local authority North Yorkshire County Council
Staff 8
Students 40
Ages 4–11
Houses Yellow, Blue, Red
Colours Navy blue, yellow
Website www.kirkhammerton.n-yorks.sch.uk

Kirk Hammerton Church of England Primary School is a primary school located in Kirk Hammerton, a small village off the A59 road between Harrogate and York in North Yorkshire, England. It currently educates around 40 pupils[1] under the Executive Head Teacher Miss Emma Miller, (in post since September 2011). Miss Miller splits her time between Kirk Hammerton and a nearby North Yorkshire primary school, Staveley Community Primary School; the two schools are in partnership meaning they have separate governing bodies and a joint governing body. The school has been housed in its present building since 1975 but the original schoolhouse (now called 'Glebe Cottage' and situated in the north-east corner of the churchyard) dates back to an agreement made on 27 October 1820 between the Vicar, William Metcalfe and the Squire, William Thompson.[2] It is affiliated with St John the Baptist church, Kirk Hammerton in the Anglican Diocese of Leeds.[3]

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  1. ^ "North Yorkshire - list of educational establishments", North Yorkshire County Council, 28 October 2012
  2. ^ Newell, Charles S. (1938). The Story of Kirk Hammerton Parish Church. John Whitehead. p. 27. 
  3. ^ "A church near you", A church near you, 4 November 2012

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