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.
Please take a look at our virtual tour video:
13/05/2022: Our latest Newsletter is available to view - please visit the News tab and scroll down to Newsletters! There is also a letter from Mrs Shackleton. Have a lovely weekend!
25/04/22: Please note that we have updated our calendar with dates for 'share-a-sessions', events and trips - please visit our NEWS tab and scroll down to 'Calendar'. Should you have any questions please call the school office or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Easter and see you back in school on Monday 25th April 2022!
*Latest Newsletter - 8th April 2022 * Please visit our News tab and scroll down to Newsletter to view. Please also refer to the letter from Mrs Shackleton which details revised school timings also.
Important Notice ref last day of term - Friday 8th April 2022: We are asking children to wear yellow and blue in support of Ukraine. Please refer to our latest newsletter (dated 25th March) for further information and how to donate to First News Ukraine Schools Appeal. Thank-you for your ongoing support.
Newsletter - 25th March 2022: Please visit our News tab and scroll down to the 'Newsletters' to view out latest publication.
Important Information from Worcestershire Children First - New Online Free School Meals Self-Service System: For further information, please visit our Parent tab and scroll down to 'Free School Meal Application information'. Thank-you.
*Latest Newsletter available 11.03.22* Please visit our News tab and scroll down to Newsletters!
Comic Relief "Red Nose Day" - 18th March 2022...For further information, please visit our Parents tab and scroll down to 'Letters' to view the Red Nose Day letter which also details our JustGiving page.
Virtual Parents' Evening Appointments: Please visit the Parents tab and scroll down to 'Letters' to view details on how to book an appointment.
February Newsletter: Visit the News tab for a copy of our February Newsletter (with accompanying Bingo documents!) and a letter from Mrs Shackleton.
** WEATHER WARNING ISSUED FOR FRIDAY 18TH FEBRUARY 2022 ** Please be aware that we may not have a school crossing patrol on Friday morning (18/2/22) morning. The weather forecast predicts very strong winds, so please take care when travelling to school!
Latest isolation guidelines from GOV.UK (announced 17th January 2022): Any child displaying symptoms of Covid-19 should obtain a PCR test. Children not displaying symptoms but test positively on an LFT do not require a PCR but MUST isolate under the current guidelines - please visit the Stay at home guidance from the GOV.UK site for further clarification. Thank-you for your support in keeping our school as safe as possible!
21/01/22: Keeping children safe on-line is extremely important and we are all responsible - please visit our Keeping Children Safe on-line page which can be found under the Parent tab and select the latest poster "What parents need to know about Fortnite Chapter 3". Fortnite age rating is 12+. Thank-you.
07/01/2022: Please refer to the Letters section under the Parent Tab to view the most recent letter and updates from Mrs Shackleton, thank-you.
Adult Learning Worcestershire have a number of fantastic Family Learning Courses available for the new term January - April 2022...please visit the Parent tab and scroll down to the Adult Learning Tab.
** Emergency contact number for COVID-19 reporting only ** In the event that your child (who attends St Kenelm's CofE Primary School) receives a positive test for COVID-19 out of school hours, please send a text message to 073794 59591 - this will of course be handled sensitively and appropriately! Please remember that all other absences must be reported in the normal way by leaving a message on the absence line on the main school number. Thank-you.
Don't forget to follow us on Facebook for updates and ideas - @Romsley St Kenelms CofE Primary School
School Lunch Menu - should you wish to view, please visit our Parent page and scroll down to Shires Catering.
Don't forget to follow us on twitter for messages and ideas! Our Twitter handle is @KenelmsSt. Please do follow us and retweet!
Daily Mile School: We are a daily mile school! Staff and children have been enjoying the new fitness and well being regime. Find out more on http://thedailymile.co.uk
Data Protection Regulations: have changed and as a result we have updated our privacy notices. This is all part of our continued commitment to compliance and protecting your personal information. We are not changing how we use or collect your information, rather our policy more clearly explains how, why, where and when we store and process your data, and also reflects your rights under the GDPR. A copy of the Privacy Notice for Parents / Carers can be accessed here.
Parking: In the interests of safety please could we ask parents to refrain from mounting and driving along the pavement to let oncoming traffic by before and after school. We appreciate that the road outside of school gets incredibly busy but we would ask for your patience in letting other road users by rather than jeopardising the safety of children and other pedestrians. We also ask that parents/carers park vehicles considerately especially at the beginning and end of the school day. The Swallows Nest and The Sun have kindly agreed for parents/carers to use their car parks providing parents/carers do not park in or near the entrances. Thank you.