Welcome to Elliston Primary

caroline-pOur aim is that our school is a happy, friendly, safe place where children and staff feel welcome and valued; a place where all members of the school community care about each other and are kind to each other; a place where behaviour is good and where everybody takes pride in whatever they do.

We are lucky to have a dedicated and skilful staff who all work very hard to provide the best opportunities for all pupils and to create a positive atmosphere of purposeful learning. We aim to build the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to help all our pupils become responsible and respectful young adults.

The support of our parents and the wider community is very important to us all. We know children learn best when parents and school work closer together and we value your input and ideas. Please come and talk to us about any worries or concerns you may have.

This website is an important link in the way we communicate all that we do here at Elliston.  Keep checking here regularly to find out what is going on at school.

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Thank you to all of you that donated cakes or sent money for buying one today! We had a guest of honour while the children bought the cakes at playtime today. Jeanie-May came in to have a cake with her friends. Don’t worry if you forgot this morning, we will have some more on sale at the end of the day! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to all of you that donated cakes or sent money for buying one today! We had a guest of honour while the children bought the cakes at playtime today. Jeanie-May came in to have a cake with her friends. Don’t worry if you forgot this morning, we will have some more on sale at the end of the day!

 

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Our school community really is the best! Staff, children and parents work together to look after each other and offer support in any way they can. Thank you from us for your generosity and a huge thank you from Jeanie May and her family. I know your words of support and acts of kindness are helping then through this incredibly difficult time ❤️

Such a fantastic day with so much generosity and it was lovely to see so many children smiling including our guest of honour Miss Jeanie-May herself 😃xx

Brilliant hat too Jeanie May !!😃

We are offering Cycle training sessions to Year 5 children. Tiger Class will be on Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th November and Leopard Class will be on Wednesday 22nd and Tuesday 28th November.
Children will need a roadworthy cycle and cycle helmet and must attend both days. Parents must check the cycle to ensure it fits their child correctly and is safe to ride.
Letters will be sent home for relevant children, please return as soon as possible as places are limited.
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We are offering Cycle training sessions to Year 5 children. Tiger Class will be on Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th November and Leopard Class will be on Wednesday 22nd and Tuesday 28th November. 
Children will need a roadworthy cycle and cycle helmet and must attend both days. Parents must check the cycle to ensure it fits their child correctly and is safe to ride.
Letters will be sent home for relevant children, please return as soon as possible as places are limited.
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