School

Shottery St. Andrew's Primary is a small school for pupils aged 4 to 11, where each child is valued and nurtured as an individual.  We have a strong sense of community, and seek to inspire the highest standards of educational and personal achievement in each student.  We are a Church of England Voluntary Controlled School and while guided by Christian values, we welcome students from all backgrounds. 

OPEN AFTERNOON September 2017 intake

Friday 15th July 2016 1:30 to 2:45pm.

Please follow the links below to see how Shottery Primary promotes British values and SMSC:-

                

          British values at Shottery Primary      

    

           Spiritual Moral Social and Cultural Development 2015

 

Our school is rated 'Good with Outstanding Features' by Ofsted, but that doesn't tell the whole story, and we constantly strive to improve and to innovate.  Please look around our website, and feel free to contact us if you would like to know anymore.

 

Pathway Through Life

 

Head Teacher: Mrs Sarah Marshall

Phone: 01789 551508
e-mail: admin3057@welearn365.com

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@shotteryprimary

 

 

30th May - 3rd June

Half Term Week

7th June - 10th June

(Teacher Training Day 6th June)

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All After School Clubs

are running this week.

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New Lunch Menu from

7th June 2016 - please follow the link below

County Caterers June 2016

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PE Kits to be worn on Tuesday and Thursday

by all KS1 and KS2 children

Raincoats and wellies on

Thursdays for Class HH and LC

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OPEN AFTERNOON September 2017 intake

Friday 15th July 2016 1:30 to 2:45pm.

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Leave of Absence 2015/2016

Link to

Leave of Absence Information Primary 2016

Application for Leave of Absence Jan 16

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Please see our latest Ofsted Inspection Report

under Parents' Information.

'This school continues to be good'.

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Link to

School Term and Holiday Dates for 2016/2017

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School closures - Please register at

http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/schoolclosures

 

 

Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school