Welcome from the Headteacher

My name is Mrs Beckett and I have been the Headteacher at Burlington since December 2014. This role fills me with excitement and enthusiasm as I lead the school into a brighter future.

I am committed to working with the children and families to enable all pupils to be the best that they can.

My vision is that all children will leave Burlington Junior School with a love of learning and the life skills to take them into their next stage in education.

At Burlington Junior School we aim to provide an enjoyable and exciting learning environment where all children can achieve the highest possible standard in all that they do.

We work hard at encouraging confidence in our students; we try to raise the level of self-esteem of all children by planning and delivering a broad and balanced curriculum where children are encouraged to express their individuality and be proud of their achievements.

Burlington Junior School values and looks after the needs of every child and strives to make sure that all of our pupils enjoy their time here.  It is a place to grow in friendship and life learning which equips the children through the rest of their education and life.

Headteacher – Mrs A Beckett

We aim to :

  • Be independent, take risks and challenge ourselves
  • Join together as a community to achieve beyond expectations
  • Succeed in a competitive environment which is purposeful, engaging and inspiring

Latest News

Bridlington Poetry Festival – Poetryscope

Eight children from Years 5 and 6 took part in the annual poetry day at Sewerby Hall last Friday. Poetryscope’s Chrissie Lewis came into school during the previous week to [...]

Stone Age Project Work

At Burlington Junior School we love to celebrate our pupil's achievements and we have some wonderful work produced, which we showcase here on our website and around school.  Each term [...]

Trip to Hull and East Riding Museum

Burlington pupils have had the opportunity to visit the Hull and East Riding Museum to learn about the Stone Age, Bronze Age and on to the Iron Age. The children [...]

Visit from Murton Park

Continuing on with this term's topic 'Stepping into Stone Age', Burlington pupils enjoyed a visit from Murton Park to tell the children what life would have been like in Stone [...]

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