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A message from our Headteacher: 

Welcome to our school website. At Keighley St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School & Nursery, we aim to create an environment which gives children security, confidence, success and stability. We believe that all children should have access to all areas of the curriculum.

Our ethos is rooted in Christian values: Thankfulness, Valuing the Environment, Reconciliation, Forgiveness, Perseverance, Truth, Valuing Self & Others, Compassion, Love, Humility, Trust and Courage. Each half term we focus on two values and how we can all improve the way we live out that value both individually and collectively.

We help all children develop lively enquiring minds, good personal relationships and the knowledge and skills to equip them for the future and the ever changing world in which we live. In order to successfully achieve this we encourage self-discipline and tolerance for others. We value the partnerships we have with parents and believe that parents are instrumental in their children's development.

We have a strong and committed team of staff at Keighley St Andrew’s who provide a wealth of learning experiences within an exciting and stimulating environment. Such opportunities enable the children to acquire and develop the skills to consider and describe the world around them. Our children are also happy, enthusiastic and open individuals who are a delight to teach.


Our Vision at Keighley St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School & Nursery:

To raise standards through an engaging, relevant and enjoyable curriculum that broadens a knowledge and understanding of the world.

To be a school where our Christian ethos and values are evident in all that is said and done. 

To provide a caring environment that nurtures the individuality of each child giving security, confidence, success and stability so children can develop skills for learning and life. 

To encourage, support and value the contribution that each family, and the wider community, make in developing children to their full potential.



We are pleased to announce that Keighley St. Andrew's has been awarded the "Communication Friendly School" accreditation which is given to schools that have trained and support all their staff in communication and language development.

At Keighley St. Andrew's we recognise that communication is vital to children’s development.  We work hard to provide a whole school environment where a wide range of strategies are used to meet the needs of all children in school, providing them with opportunities to develop their communication skills.



School Attendance

Week Ending: 18 May 2018

Whole school attendance: 97%

Top classes for attendance over the past week 

FS:  RF - 94.1% KS1: 1S - 100%

          LKS2: 4M -99% UKS2: 5MC - 99% &

6W -99%               

 Our new reward badge for 100% attendance

This week's Values Champions for

w/e 18 May 2018:

RB - Maya Hanif    RF - Amina Shahid

1H - Mahek Nawaz 1S - Rahma Ali

2S - Momina Mahmood  2SC - Amaan Hasnain

3R -  Asfand Subhaan 3ST - Afsana Begum

4M - Samir Hussain  4N - Yousaf Iqbal

5M - Rahat Naveed   5MC - Ahtisham Asif

6H - Marwa Bi       6W

Our Values for this Half Term

Love and Humility

We are a FairAware School:


 If parents require  paper copies of any of the information on our website please phone school on  01535 604656 or visit our reception and we will provide copies free of charge.

Latest G.Higham Events

Curriculum Homework Exhibition24May2018

3:15 pm - 4:15 pm @ School Hall

For the children during the afternoon. Parents are welcome to view their children's work from 3.15pm.

Bradford Road Safety Team05Jun2018

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Workshops for all year groups, including reception

Cliffe Castle trip12Jun2018

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Miss Stuart's class (3ST)

***School Closure -Eid Mubarak!***14Jun2018

8:40 am - 18 jun, 3:15 pm

Children return to school at 8.40am on Tuesday 19th June.

Year 4 Literature Festival20Jun2018

9:00 am - 3:00 pm @ Cliffe Castle

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