"Learning Together with Hope. Aspiring to be Agents of Change"
In our inclusive church school community we learn together, encouraging curiosity, valuing every voice and supporting each to flourish. We strive to become courageous agents of change in the world with kindness, resilience and wisdom"
"Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people..."
Welcome to our church...
Our Church, St Barnabus,is situated in the village of Gunness and is a short walk from our school. It is in the Pointed Style and has a chancel nave, a south porch, and a belfry which contains one bell. It was restored in 1902 and has around 60 seats, the registers dates back all the way to 1851.
We visit our church to celebrate, reflect, respond and remember and look forward to welcoming our community to join us for Christingle, Harvest, Remembrance and Easter Celebrations.
We all Learn Together...
Children and staff continue to learn...
All staff at Gunness and Burringham Primary School have recently completed a Mental Health Training Course.
Mrs Stone has completed a further course and is our Mental Health Champion.
Our community continue to learn...
Olly's Mum is a sergeant in the Police Force.
Matty's Mum works in travel and tourism.
If you attended Gunness and Burringham Primary School as a child, contact the school to be added to our "Learning Together" wall of recognition. Let's celebrate together!
These two young ladies have been awarded a drama award.
We are Agents of change in a world of kindness and delivered letters to our local community telling them of all that we have found out about our school, the letters were really well received - we loved sharing our knowledge and spreading a little community spirit...
Our Generous Community
We are agents of change in a world of kindness.
We had the best fun when we completed our Sports Day Colour Run and raised an incredible £2800 for our local hospice. This was very gratefully received by Selina from the hospice who was overwhelmed with the community and their generosity.
Our Church Family
We are very proud to be part of a strong church school family. We have a positive relationship with Reverend David Swannick. Reverend David joins us in school and leads Collective Worship, sharing our vision and promoting our school values through stories, songs and prayers.
Spirited Arts 2021
We are very excited to announce that we have entered our very first Spirited Arts Competition.
We took a questions and interpreted it in our very own creative way...
Our Worship Councillors chose the top ten entries of the school, these have been sent off to the National Association of Teaching of RE and will enter the national pool of winners. Fingers crossed and watch this space...