For hereFor the School Ofsted Report please click here.

Data information 2018

Data information and comparison (to March 2018)

Crooksbarn performance tables

Crooksbarn Primary is a co-educational school for girls and boys aged between 3 and 11 years.

Most of our children join us after spending some time in our nursery. At the age of 11 the children transfer to secondary school. Details regarding secondary applications can be found here

When visiting the school for any reason, please go to the school office first.

To enter school, please press the button at the main door.

*For security reasons, we have locks on all external doors. We need to monitor the presence of all visitors on the school premises in order to protect our children.

Please note, Crooksbarn Primary School is fully compliant with The Disability Discrimination Act.

School Opening Times (Normally – these are slightly different currently due to staggered start/finish times to support distancing)

Morning Session

KS1 – 8:55 – 12:00  KS2 – 8:50 – 12:00

Afternoon Session

KS1 – 13:00 – 15:10 KS2 -13:00-15:15

At the end of the school day, a parent or designated adult should collect young children. If a child has to leave school during the day for any reason, e.g. a medical appointment, a parent or a designated adult should collect him/her from the school office.

Nursery Opening Times

30 Hours

9am – 3pm

Morning Session

8:30 – 11:30

Afternoon Session

12:15 – 15:15

If you are interested in a Nursery place for your child, then please complete this application form and return it to our school office.

For Stockton Borough Council school term dates, click here

Any parent who would like more information on the School budget and how it works can request this by contacting Mr Twiby.


Our uniform is available from:


Elizabeths Embroidery


If you are interested in sending your child to Crooksbarn Primary School please click on the link below, where you will find further information and contact details.

Please note, Stockton Borough Council is the only means of offering and securing a primary school place for your child.

SBC Admission Policy

Co-ordinated Admission Arrangements 2019