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Welcome to Cumberworth CE (A) First School

Welcome to Cumberworth Church of England First School. We are delighted that you have taken the time to have a look at our website and find out about our school.  At Cumberworth we pride ourselves on our strong relationships between school and our families and it is through our shared goals that our children continue to exceed our high expectations. They are true ambassadors for us all and constantly make us proud by their polite, friendly and welcoming manner.


I hope this website gives you an insight into our school and its ethos. If you have any questions that are not answered by the website please do not hesitate to contact us. Visitors to our school are always welcome - please come and have a look around and find out more about us. You can make an appointment by phone or email.


Maggie Walker, Head Teacher

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Upcoming Events

Tuesday 28th September

Cross Country at Shelley College Yrs R, 1 & 2 from 4:00pm

Monday 4th October

Rev Steph lead Collective Worship

Tuesday 5th October

3:30 EY / KS1 Dance starts

Thursday 7th October

3:30 KS2 Dance starts

Latest news from Cumberworth

Class Eagle - PE

Class Eagle enjoyed a very energetic and non-stop PE lesson this week....

Class Eagle - Literacy

Class Eagle have been writing setting descriptions in their literacy lessons. As part of this work, we have spent time exploring what it would be like to be in a tunnel, inspired by the book ‘The Tunnel’ by Anthony Browne....

Portraits - Step 2

Class Puffin’s second step to a successful self-portrait - drawing an outline of their face and the features, ears, nose, eyes and mouth onto their dried colour washed piece of paper. The children found out about how the features of the...

Portraits - Step 1

Class Puffin’s first step to a successful self-portrait – applying a colour paint wash to a piece of cartridge paper. We decided that a lightly coloured piece of paper was much more interesting than white!  We also thought an earthy yellow...

Money Maths!

Year 2 have been investigating the variety of ways a value of money can be made by using different coins....