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St Cuthbert's C E Primary School
King Street
Pateley Bridge
01423 711407

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In this section of the site you will find out more about our school day, transport, school meals and more. 

If you are unable to find the information you  need or wish to discuss any area of the site in more detail please contact Angela Lumley at the School Office on telephone 01423 711407. or email


About Our School

St Cuthbert’s Church of England Primary School has served the community of Pateley Bridge for the past 100 years or more. The school has Voluntary controlled status giving it a dual role in the town. Its Church of England foundation enables the school to educate its pupils within a context of Christian values, enjoying all the benefits traditionally associated with highly successful, popular church schools. At the same time however its status ensures that it is also a Community school, welcoming all the children of Pateley Bridge and its surrounding area, of whatever faith or indeed none.

”The school Aims for the highest academic standards and at the same time creates a wealth of opportunities for its pupils in an extended curriculum. Music, sport, theatre and outdoor education are integral parts of our programme. “Pupils say they enjoy coming to school because they like their lessons, appreciate the huge range of clubs and visits and because everyone is friendly all the time.” OFSTED July 2013


We understand that while parents clearly want their children to be academically successful and fully rounded individuals, they will also want them to be safe and happy.

OFSTED concluded that, “children say they feel safe and exceptionally well looked after.”

The school enjoys the privilege of being located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Ourlinks with schools both near and far enable us to share our natural advantages with others, but at the same time learn very important lessons from cultures very different from our own.

We warmly welcome your interest in St Cuthbert’s School and we will be delighted to have the opportunity to discuss further with you what is on offer at our school.

Lynette Brammah, Head Teacher


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