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Lythe Primary School is located in the centre of Lythe's village community.  We are actively involved in many of the cultural and social events within the village and surrounding area and often invite our neighbours to join in with our school activities.  We also think about the values that we share with the wider national and international community and do our best to prepare children to take their part in the wider world.

Local Events

Do come and join us at church events at St Oswald's!

Our village shop and tea room is a fantastic place for excellent local produce and is also great for freshly made takeaway hot and cold sandwiches. It supplies milk for the school and provisions for our breakfast and after-school clubs.

We are a very historic and interesting place!

There is always lots going on at the village hall. Children from school take it in turns to help out at the Lunch Club every month - here we are serving our local community.







St. Oswald's Church

Our beautiful and ancient church warmly welcomes all visitors.


Our Partners

Mulgrave Community Sports Association

Lythe School is an active member of Mulgrave Community Sports Association which runs the sports facility next door to the school.

The Sports Association's facilities, including the parking, can be used by the school and provides a fantastic venue for matches and school sports day.


The Stephen Kanja Primary School

We foster international understanding through links with this primary school in the Shimba Hills, about 50km south of Mobassa in Kenya.

Mulgrave Group of Parishes

Our benefice includes six churches, three Mother-churches (St. Oswald, Lythe; St. Hilda, Hinderwell and Christchurch, Ugthorpe) and three daughter churches (St. Mary's, Sandsend; St. Nicholas, Roxby and St. Peter the Fisherman, Staithes). There is a service in each of these churches most Sundays at the following times. Please check Parish Magazine for details each month (available in local shops).

    St. Hilda, Hinderwell: 11am
    St. Oswald, Lythe: 9.30 am.
    Christchurch, Ugthorpe: 11am

In each of these churches Holy Communion alternates with Morning Prayer

St. Mary, Sandsend: 6pm At least one Holy Communion Service, and frequent Evensong

St. Nicolas, Roxby : 9.30 am. At least one Holy Communion Service each month. Occasional Morning Prayer

St. Peter, Staithes. At least one Holy Communion each month

On the first Sunday of each month, a Benefice Eucharist is celebrated in one of the three main churches. See Parish Magazine for details.

At the great church festivals, joint benefice services are also held.

The children of Lythe School come for a service in St Owald's church at Christmas (Christingle) at the beginning of Lent (Ash Wednesday) and on the feast of Ascension. Individual classes also visit the church to become familiar with its architecture and sacraments.

Mustard Seed Group. Every Sunday during the service children meet in the village/church hall where the service is being held. They can participate in a variety of activities and then come into the service at the end, to report on what they have done and lead us in a final hymn with their guitars etc.

Our benefice is happy to welcome children to participate in, and receive, Holy Communion before Confirmation, with appropriate preparation. Please contact school, Rector or Curate if you would like your child to be prepared for Communion.

Special Services are held throughout the year and will be posted on this site.

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