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About our fantastic school.

 The village of Grasby is situated between Brigg and Caistor. The famous Viking Way walk passes through the centre of the village in front of the school.  Our main school building was built in 1855 by Charles Tennyson Turner (brother of Alfred Lord Tennyson) who was vicar of the parish. 

At the rear of the school, we have an adventure playground, log cabin, large playing field, stage and millennium garden.

Our pupils are very happy and enjoy an exciting curriculum.  We currently have 80 pupils in our lovely school.  We have an active Student Council, a wide variety of extra-curricular activities, residential school trips, a busy Out of School Club and a toddler group.

Every Monday, we hold a Parent and toddler session in our Foundation room and outside area from 1.45pm until 3.15pm. £2 per family - all are welcome.

We provide before and after school provision for all age groups from 7.45-8.45am and 3.30-5.45pm.