Our Reading Heroes love to share new books with children in their class and during assembly times. " I like writing stories." Daisy, year 1
"There is a delightful atmosphere in school. Pupils feel safe and behave exceptionally well. They take responsibility and hard work." " Pupils greatly enjoy school because learning is enriched by an array of activities both in and out of lessons. They are especially positive about sport and reading."
'The Ellistown Way' is the ethos of our school. We always try our best and show kindness and respect to others.
" I enjoy the after school clubs because they are really fun and lot's of my friends go. Also I enjoy lunchtimes, because I am with my friend and there is loads of toys. I enjoy the teachers because they are really nice and funny." - Zach, year 5.
"Playing outside at lunchtime with Kandinsky is fun." - Lola, year 1. " I like the dinners, especially the sausages." - Harley , year 1.
" I like the school because we do lots of fun themes I also love maths. I like Mrs Barnes because she is funny, nice and kind, I also like Mrs Head. The lunchtimes are fun because we have exciting activities and play equipment. I love the after school clubs because they have lots of different ones like badminton and they are fun." - Harry, year 4.
Thank you for making us feel so welcome on our visit with Ruffle. You all joined in with the assembly - enjoying the performance as much as we did at Ellistown. Rachel Greaves - Ruffle the dog Author
Behaviour - " The behaviour of pupils is outstanding." " Pupils's exemplary behaviour and very positive attitudes towards learning are key factors in their good and rapidly improving rates of progress in many subjects. Pupils are kee to succeed and they work very hard in lessons. They like the school alot. As one commented, 'I can't wait to get to school.' They have a thirst for knowledge exemplified by their passion for books and explaining in some details the writing style of their favourite author."
Welcome to our school website. Here you will find all of the information that you will need about our school and see how proud we are of our learning.
Whether your child is starting school for the very first time or joining us mid-way through primary school, it can be a very unsettling time and so it is essential that you are fully informed and involved from the very beginning. Our prospectus along with any visits to the school aim to provide you with all the information and reassurance that you need during this time.
At Ellistown the staff and governors are committed to providing the very best education for all, having high expectations and aspirations for all of our pupils, both in and out of the classroom. Our main aim is to ensure that all pupils have the good care and provision that they need in order for them to achieve. With our school motto - Dream, believe, achieve ... the Ellistown Way - at the heart of everything we do.
Working in partnership with parents is essential to your child's education and well being during their journey through Ellistown. During your time as an Ellistown parent there will be many opportunities for you to take an active part in your child's learning.
If you have any queries or information that you would like us to include on our website or require a paper copy of any of the information included please contact the school office, who will be more than happy to help.
We very much look forward to beginning your journey with you and working together along the way.
Mrs. Keily Stretton
Kandinsky - Reception Class To Visit The Curve Theatre to see Tabby McTat
On Friday 9th November, all children in Kandinsky Class will be going to see ‘Tabby McTat’ at The Curve Theatre in Leicester. We had such a great time and all of our children were very well behaved. "I enjoyed Tabby McTat because it was funny. I liked the songs. " Hermione ...
Homework 2018 / 2019
HOMEWORK 2018 / 2019 Please click here for more information about homework in 2018/19 ...
Remembrance Day 2018
In honour of Remembrance day 2018 our pupils have been very busy by commemorating the 100th year anniversary by making poppies for our sign. Each class was given a number to place their poppies on to involve the whole school. We were also asked by former pupil Michael Wileman, resident of El...
NEW Trim Trail
We are excited to announce in the next few months we will be proceeding with the construction of our NEW trim trail. The money for this construction has been raised by pupils, family, friends and staff of Ellistown school which we are greatly thankful for. Thank you ...
Moore & Chagall Trip To The Black Country Museum
On Wednesday 31st October Moore and Chagall classes took a trip back in time and went to visit The Black Country Museum. Here are some of the photographs taken of our day. ...
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Ellistown Community Primary School
Headteacher: Mrs Keily Stretton
Whitehill Road, Ellistown
Leicestershire LE67 1EN
Tel: 01530 260301