Welcome to our website. Clinton is a single intake Primary School situated on the edge of Kenilworth in Warwickshire educating children from 4-11. We hope our website will tell you everything you want to know about Clinton. Lots of our visitors tell us Clinton is a friendly happy school – who are we to disagree? We hope our website is friendly too.
Hopefully you will find that the mix of school administrative links, prospective parents information, and the class and social activities will give you an insight into how we learn together.
Safeguarding: If you have any concerns regarding safeguarding, please contact the following staff: Sam Pater; Gary Viner.
The link governor for Safeguarding is: Rosalind Currie
See our Volunteer Page for full details about becoming a school helper.
Admissions: All admissions are handled through Warwickshire County Council. Please follow this link. http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/admissions. Further information about admissions can be found in our prospectus.
Reception Class children joining us in September 2016 - Welcome to those families whose children will be starting here in September! If you haven’t had a letter from us by Friday 6th May, please get in touch. We’ll be holding our information evening for new parents on Tuesday 17th May at 7.00 pm and look forward to meeting you then. School Dinners Menu - Warwickshire County Caterers have issued their Menu for school meals: Menu From 9th May 2016 St. John’s & Kenilworth Children’s Centres - St. John’s and Kenilworth Children’s Centres have a joint timetable of activities for 2016. They are located at Mortimer Road and Bertie Road Kenilworth, and can be contacted on 01926 856397. For more information, please visit their website 2014 OFSTED Report - In our March 2014 inspection, Clinton was rated as “a good school which is outstanding in the area of behaviour and safety”. You can view the 2014 OFSTED report here Parentport.org.uk - Please take a look at this leaflet that was given out by the parenting group – it’s a website for parents to report anything that is inappropriate in the media for children. :- Information about Measles - Please take time to read these documents provided by the Health Protection Agency about recent increases in measles outbreaks :- Letter to schools Don’t let your child catch Measles It’s not just for Children
Please tell us if there is anything missing from the website as it’s quite new and we want to keep improving it. Contact us at email@example.com
Thanks for looking.
Sam Pater, Headteacher