Montage of school activities

Headteacher’s welcome

On behalf of all the children, staff and governors, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Millhouse Primary School. We pride ourselves on being a friendly and inclusive school that works hard to meet the needs of all our children. We aim to provide every child with the very best start to their education and to ensure that they feel truly valued. We are lucky to have an extremely dedicated and supportive staff who encourage pupils to take pride in themselves and to strive for the highest possible standards. Through an exciting and challenging curriculum we aim to inspire confident, aspirational and independent children who arrive at school every day with enthusiasm about the learning ahead.

We hope that this website gives you a taste of life within our school and a sense of what makes Millhouse Primary  the special place that it is. If you would like any more information, or wish to arrange a visit, please contact the school. We look forward to meeting you.

Mrs. Karen Gray


A warm welcome to Millhouse Primary School

Meeting the needs of our children

Millhouse has been through a lot of changes recently. Since 2011 Millhouse Primary School has expanded from just 76 children to 136 in 2015. In the last 17 months, we have added a classroom, basketball courts and a new adventure playground. As the school has developed and grown our ethos continues to remain the same and we strive to be a friendly, accepting school where our children of all ages collaborate, work and learn together.

Over the last year we have redesigned our curriculum, putting Millhouse children at its heart and we are proud to offer a broad and balance curriculum teaching through topics. We look at our own community including the history and locality of our school and the importance of farming in the local area. We also explore our rich Victorian history and architecture. We recognise at Millhouse, that the vast majority of us are of similar British up-bringing and backgrounds and we believe that our children need exposing to the wider cultures of Britain and the world whilst holding on to the fundamentals of cultural integration, respect, tolerance, individual liberty, the rule of law and democracy.

With that in mind, we have shaped our curriculum to include the study of different countries, cultures and religions looking at how they live and even tasting their foods and where possible we invite special guest speakers to meet with our children or arrange online conversations. We are lucky that some of our teaching staff have lived and worked in different countries across the world and their contacts help contribute to these projects.

Bringing learning to life

An integral part of our learning process is bringing learning to life and as part of the curriculum we are proud to take our children on educational visits. In the past this has included dressing up as evacuees (children and staff!) and visiting the Yorkshire Tourism award winning Eden Camp near Malton, taking a trip to Bolton Castle near Wensleydale and indulging in a specially prepared medieval themed packed lunch and visiting Sheffield Hallam University where our children were given the opportunity to work with PhD students, Doctors and Professors looking at applying science to real life studies.

Our school is in a great location with extensive playing fields and a true wooded, wild area utilised across the curriculum.


Millhouse Primary 1902

Millhouse Primary School in 1902