Brough Logo Brough Community Primary School 

Located in the east of Cumbria, Brough Community Primary School is a welcoming, inclusive school.  We have wonderful pupils who are enthusiastic and inspired to learn in a supportive atmosphere.  The staff, school governors and parents have made the school a fantastic place to achieve and thrive, delivering a well sequenced, broad and balanced curriculum.

Brough School was established in 1875, and serves a large area from Stainmore to Musgrave. The school has four main classroom areas, library and a large hall, plus additional teaching areas where groups or individual pupils can work. All classrooms utilise interactive whiteboards and children work 1-1 with Chromebooks and Chrome tablets, to enable digital literacy.

In the grounds of the school we have an extensive play area including adventure trail, vast play tower, a traversing wall, outdoor gym and a lovely separate area for our foundation stage and year one pupils.

The school has close links with the 'outstanding' local pre-school group which shares the school grounds and runs transition sessions within the school premises.

Our school is one of a handful of Google Reference schools in the country and we have Eco-Schools Green Flag status.  It places an emphasis on the welfare and personal development of its pupils as well as promoting an active, healthy life style.

The school has a fabulous curriculum, following the National Curriculum, that sets high expectations and aspirational goals to all the pupils, in a safe, caring, inspiring and fun environment.  I look forward to welcoming you, in whatever capacity you join us, to our fabulous school.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mr Phil Cooper
Contact Position
017683 41284  017683 41284 
Brough Primary School
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Where to go

Church Brough
Kirkby Stephen 

CA17 4EW

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Our Aim 

We believe that all children have an equal right to a broad, balanced and appropriate education to enable them to reach their full potential. 

To ensure that they achieve the outcomes of which they could be capable, for some children, this means ensuring provision that is ‘additional to and different from’ that provided within the differentiated curriculum. This ‘special needs’ provision focuses on the four areas of need identified: 

  • Communication and interaction 
  • Cognition and learning 
  • Social, mental and emotional health 
  • Sensory/physical
Contact Name
Mr Phil Cooper
Contact Telephone
017683 41284
Contact Email
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