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 you find everything you need on the website. Please tell us if there is anything missing or how it could be improved, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for looking.
Sam Pater, Headteacher
Are you looking for a Reception place for your child in September 2018?
We would love you to visit so we have the opportunity to meet you and show you round the school. We’ll be putting a series of Friday morning dates in the diary when prospective parents are welcome to join us at 9.00 for our community assembly, which features our orchestra each week, and then meet me for a chat and a tour of the school. If you can’t get here for 9.00, you’re welcome to join us at 9.30 for the tour. Please do contact us from the beginning of September onwards to check dates and arrange a visit. If you can’t get here on Friday mornings we’ll always do our very best to make an arrangement at a time that’s more convenient for you. Please contact the school office for further information.
I hope to meet you soon!
The online payment system for school dinners, trips and clubs. Contact the school for joining instructionsParentPay website
Please ask the school for an order form, or order online via the Alcester NSC websiteAlcester NSC website
School Dinners Menu
Warwickshire County Caterers have issued their Menu for school mealsMenu From 6th November 2017
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.St. John's
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”.OFSTED report
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.http://www.parentport.org.uk