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Summerfield Primary School

Welcome to the Summerfield Primary School website.  

Please find a link to our school calendar. here

On Tuesday the 16th of July, at 1.30pm, our Y6 children will be performing 'The Peace Child'.

Thursday the 18th of July is 'Transition Day'. Children will spend the day with their new teacher and support staff.

On Friday the 19th of July, 'Leeds Urban Planning' will be carrying out a workshop with our Y5 and Y6 children.

Our Y6 children will have their end of year celebration on Friday the 19th of July after school.

The last day of this half term is Tuesday the 23rd of July. We return to school on Tuesday the 3rd of September 2024.

Our School

Our School

Summerfield Primary School

We aim for all children to succeed at Summerfield through good quality teaching and learning underpinned by a caring ethos which promotes their emotional health and well-being and reflects our core values: respect, caring and potential. Our philosophy and aims provide the basis for what we are trying to achieve for the children of Summerfield.
Philosophy and Aims

 

About the School

The school first opened in the early 1950s as Intake First School and had just three classes! It was known as ‘Little Intake’. Over the years it grew in size and is now a 1-form entry primary school with eight classes including our Nursery. The School caters for 210 children aged 5 to 11 and has a 39 place nursery for morning, afternoon or flexible sessions.  Much of the school was rebuilt in 2003 and the older part of the school refurbished. The school provides a spacious and attractive environment for learning. Years 5 and 6 have their own separate Classroom block, whilst in the main building, as well as the other classrooms, we have a lovely and well stocked Library, Computer Suite, Sunflower Base, SSEMH Leader's room, Staff Room and Offices. Years 3 and 4 have their own small group area outside their classrooms. Year 2 have the largest classroom in the school with an enormous 70 square metres. We have a large hall as well as extensive playgrounds, a playing field, pond and wildlife garden with a young orchard. The playground has benefited from improvements, including playground markings, playtime toys, a tyre park and a covered way for shelter in all weathers. This was funded by the Friends of Summerfield and the children's own fund-raising activities as well as the school. We also have a trim-trail.
Summerfield Primary School Prospectus 2023-24