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Parents, Carers and Visitors

'This is a good school'

'Teaching is consistently good, with some that is outstanding'

'Pupils are keen to come to school and enjoy all aspects of school life. They feel very safe and well cared for'

'Pupils are well behaved and unfailingly polite'

'Pupils of different abilities receive challenging tasks that help them to make the best possible progress'

(Ofsted December 2013)

Welcome to the Eldene Primary School website. Choosing a school for your child is a very important decision and we have set up this site to provide useful information to our parents, children, governors and prospective parents. The site is growing all the time and will be updated regularly. 

Our school is warm and welcoming, with a calm and positive atmosphere. We provide excellent care, guidance and support for our pupils. In addition we have an exciting curriculum and high expectations for all - for those who find learning difficult as well as those with special gifts or talents. 

Your children’s education and their enjoyment of school are our highest priority. Please contact us if we can help you to make your child’s time with us at Eldene even more successful.

Mrs Heather Kellett

Headteacher

Our remaining Staff Development Days for 2017-18 are on Tuesday 2nd January & Thursday 26th July 2018.

 

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Celebration Assembly Children of the week!

Congratulations to Jaydon, Nday Anta, Skye-Lilly, Ashley, Michael, William, Emma, Ryan, Alana, Caitlin and Cayden.

National 'Achievement For All' Award - this quality award recognises the work done by the school to improve progress in reading, writing and maths for all pupils. Mrs Kellett said that the whole school has worked together to make the changes that led to us receiving the national accolade.
National 'Achievement For All' Award - this quality award recognises the work done by the school to improve progress in reading, writing and maths for all pupils. Mrs Kellett said that the whole school has worked together to make the changes that led to us receiving the national accolade.

Friday's assembly was all about Resilience and Together We Learn - here we are doing it!
Friday's assembly was all about Resilience and Together We Learn - here we are doing it!

Stagecoach came to do a drama and music workshop with all of the Infant children. We had so much fun!