The portal for Middle School Applications opened on Sunday 12 September 2021.
Please log on via the NCC website and apply before 31 October if you require a place for your child.
The Reception 2022 portal opens on 1 November until 15th January 2022.
Please see School Information tab/School Admissions for further information!
Northumberland Education School Admissions
Or you can telephone the Contact Centre on: 0345 600 6400
- Excellent attendance and punctuality is directly linked to academic and personal success.
- Regular attendance promotes the effective learning of all.
- Regular attendance promotes well being and the ability to maintain positive friendships.
- Regular attendance and high levels of punctuality will assist in developing self-discipline and will help to prepare students for their future.
Welcome to our School Website!
In our small community school, we aim to provide a warm, enjoyable, caring atmosphere in which children can learn and succeed. We are committed to working with parents to create a partnership to enable the children to flourish.
We think that our school is very special and believe that children have the right to a lively, interesting and varied education which allows them to develop. That's why the children play a large part in planning their learning activities.
Our school is set in beautiful, spacious grounds, which are an ideal setting for children to interact, play and expand their knowledge and understanding.
The school is situated in the village of Riding Mill, approximately 6 miles east of Hexham.
As a Church school we have links with the village church St James Church.com and we uphold the Christian ethos at all times. We welcome people of all faiths and none, and promote understanding, respect and celebration for all.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING WITH LOTS OF ONLINE SHOPPING! With @easyuk shopping means more than just a purchase, it means more donations for Broomhaugh CE First School Riding Mill. #ThisMeansMore https://t.co/dBvfjb4eqn
What a day! Reception have loved celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth by learning about Rosa Parks, creating Kente cloths and recreating the wonderful art work of Alma Woodsey Thomas. The discussions were amazing! Follow the link to the website for more https://t.co/Fqpn5DFVm6
After hearing the story of how Rosa Parks was #ProudToBe an advocate for others, some of our Reception children were inspired to build a bus and show how they would have made a stand!
Reception class have been weaving their own versions of Nigerian Kente cloth. They have been learning what all of the different colours represent #BlackHistoryMonth
#thankyou to our children and families for the harvest donations for those in need of your gifts. The volunteers were astonished at how much you were able to give. @Localgiving #cornerstones #newcastle