Coombe Road Primary School

Coombe Road Primary School

Every child, every family and every moment matters.

Milner Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 4BP

01273 077130

Headteacher's Welcome



Dear families,

On behalf of the children, staff and governors, I am so proud to welcome you to Coombe Road Primary School. We are committed to providing an excellent learning experience within an inclusive culture of pastoral support and care: an experience built on the foundations of strong relationships, where everyone is valued.

As a one-form entry school at the heart of our community, there is a real ‘family feel’ to our school and the fact that all of our staff knows and understands the needs of all of our children is a true strength of the school. As a result, here at Coombe Road every child is given the opportunity to thrive as we remove barriers to learning, ensuring that all of our children make excellent progress and achieve as highly as possible.

We can only do this when we all work in partnership and as a diverse and welcoming school community, our doors are always open for any child, parent or carer who needs support or advice. Our staff are highly dedicated, approachable and want our children to succeed – our children deserve the best.

We aim to develop confident, successful and responsible children who are able to take ownership of their learning and become increasingly independent as they grow older. Through our values, we teach our children to be respectful to one another, make kind choices and to be curious about the world around them. As demonstrated by our curriculum, we also have a strong belief in high levels of aspiration and want to give all our children broad experiences to enrich their learning and to equip them with the cultural capital to shape their future and lead successful lives.

Our website only gives a glimpse of what our school is like, so I look forward to welcoming you through our gates to meet everyone and see for yourself.

Mr Scrase


Welcome Tour

Welcome to our lovely school:

"All children, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), are well supported. They benefit from the school’s ethos that there are no limits to what they can achieve." Ofsted, 2023

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