About Our School / Alumni

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Ayresome Primary School is a significantly larger than average, multi cultural and multi faith inner city school. The school, home to over 750 pupils, was opened in 1902. It is a two storey building typical of schools built in that period. The school has recently undergone a substantial refurbishment programme, to ensure, that the well maintained building, continues to provide a welcoming learning space for our local community.

The surrounding area is mostly terraced housing but a large park also borders the school. There are two playgrounds, a purpose build MUGA with 4G surface and a developed garden area. The outside areas for the Early Years are established and continually being updated. 

Our school is located in the North East town of Middlesbrough, which stands on the River Tees, and its history can be traced back to 686AD Middlesbrough is well know for its Transporter Bridge which was built in 1911 and carries cars and passengers across the river to Stockton.

The town is also proud of its football club which used to play near the school at Ayresome Park.

transporter bridge

Are you a former pupil of Ayresome Primary School?

Were you at Ayresome during the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s or the 90s?

Did you leave Ayresome recently and have memories and new experience to share?

Are you happy to share with us stories of your life at Ayresome and since?

Do you have any photos that you’d be happy to share with us?

We would love to hear from you at: office@ayresome.net

Please see some of the photographs we have been sent in recently. Including, Ron White who sent in the fourth year juniors football team – approximately 1952. Jim is stood on the far right of the picture.