St Kenelm's Church of England Primary School

St Kenelm's Church of England Primary School

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Welcome to St Kenelm's CE Primary School

I would like to offer you a warm welcome to St. Kenelm's CE Primary School. We are a one class per year village school with strong links to the local community, situated in a beautiful, rural setting.

Ours is a happy school with a family atmosphere where everyone is known, understood and cared for. We believe that building high self-esteem and confidence is the key to success in order that each individual can achieve their potential. We aim to develop a strong sense of citizenship in our children within the school, local, national and global community.

We have high expectations of each individual at St.Kenelm's and we expect everyone to do their best. We strongly believe that fostering a real passion for learning is crucial to achievement and we try to enhance this through a whole range of experiences both within and outside the classroom environment through an exciting and vibrant curriculum.

As a church school, we have a strong relationship with St. Kenelm's church community and our Christian values underpin everything we do. However, we believe that we should develop the spirituality of all our children whether they are of the Christian faith, other faiths or of no faith.

St Kenelm's is an open, friendly school and parents are always welcomed and encouraged to be partners in school life. We value a happy, secure, relaxed yet purposeful environment and a tour of the school will demonstrate the respect, the fun and the challenge we offer.

Suzanne Shackleton
Headteacher

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Welcome to Spring second half term!

We all had a great time celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 2nd March - ask your child's teacher if you have not received their book token.

If you have any "small world" toys such as doll's house, dinosaurs etc which you no longer want please speak with Mrs Guest, Reception Class Teacher. 

Please also let Mrs Guest know if you have any old guttering which could be used for outdoor learning and problem solving.

Please click here to read our school newsletter from 3rd March or here to read the 10th February newsletter.

13th January  - Please click here to read our SIAMS report (December 2016)

Spring Term 2017 - Please click here for details of this term's after school clubs.

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