Fordhouses Wolverhampton WV10 6NN
Tel: 01902 558866
Fax: 01902 558868
Elston Hall Primary is a school where all learners are happy, in an environment based on trust and support.
We will settle for nothing less than excellence in our drive for achievement wherever this can be found.
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Friday 18th July - School closes for Summer (Children)
Monday 21st July - INSET day for teaching staff
Monday 1st September - INSET day, school closed to children
Tuesday 2nd September - INSET day, school closed to children
Wednesday 3rd September - children return to school
Friday 24th October - Children break up for half term
We offer a number of extra curricular activities during and after school hours.
These include After School Clubs, Sports Clubs, Gymnastics and Music Tuition.
We hope that as you explore these pages you will find the information you need and that you begin to gain a flavour of our school.
Elston Hall Primary is a school where all learners are happy, in an environment based on trust and support. We will settle for nothing less than excellence in our drive for achievement wherever this can be found.
To attain a calm, welcoming and purposeful atmospheres; providing a curriculum which is broad, balanced, enjoyable and challenging; differentiated in order to meet the needs of all our children.
To provide a school environment that is attractive, stimulating and informative that motivates individuals to reach their full potential. This will be done within a culture of learning, high standards and expectations.
We want our school to be a happy, safe environment where everyone feels cared for, nurtured, valued and free from discrimination. We aim to encourage mutual respect and sensitivity to the needs of others and recognise and celebrate success in everyone.
To encourage and develop parental involvement in the everyday life of the school and to foster a partnership between school and the wider community based on trust and openness.
To empower staff and governors to develop their professional expertise and fulfill their role as valued members of a team, working to achieve the aims of the school, through effective leadership systems and professional development of staff.
To ensure we promote the expectations outlined within the National agenda across EYFS, Key Stage 1 and 2 with regard also to local and other legal regulations.
Kevin Grayson - Headteacher