Welcome to our school & website!
Happy - United - Inspired
Shenley school - fostering an inclusive, high quality, engaging learning journey, where children are valued and success is celebrated.
Thank you for visiting our school website; we are very proud of the community feel in our village school. Threaded throughout our inclusive school, you will find a strong sense of mutual respect and tolerance for the differences we have. We have high expectations for all our pupils to achieve the best they can in their learning.
Shenley Primary School is a friendly village school with approximately 160 children on roll, between the ages of 3 and 11 years. The vibrant Early Years Foundation Stage unit ensures that all the children get off to a really good start to their learning. Please feel free to arrange a visit to see the school in action by contacting the school office.
Each class, from Years 1 to Year 6, democratically elects two class representatives to the Shenley School Council. These pupils have an extremely important role as they represent the class views on important decisions which affect our pupils.
- Children are eager to succeed in their learning.
- Children are valued, feel safe, are nurtured and happy.
- Everyone strives to be a productive citizen of the school and wider community.
- Children are encouraged to be active and healthy learners.
- Be resilient, independent, confident and willing to take educated risks.
- Celebrate diversity, respect and accept one another.
- Aim for outstanding achievements.
- Apply positive community values.
- Develop a knowledge rich, challenging and inspiring curriculum.
- Promote a positive climate where supportive relationships and friendships grow.
- Be a highly dedicated, committed and professional team.
- Be safe
- Be respectful
- Be kind
- Be engaged in learning
- Be quiet when others are talking
You will feel you are held at the heart of a strong school community when you come to Shenley Primary School. Our children are Happy, United and Inspired, and you will hopefully feel the same way too.
With kind regards,
Mrs Rachel Amos