Clinton Primary School is a thriving school on the edge of Kenilworth. We are passionate about designing an outstanding environment, where everyone really matters, and where children can excel in a whole variety of ways. We believe in developing children’s confidence so that they relish taking on new challenges and can grow their strengths and talents, ready to use to help others. Children contribute to the life of our community in many ways and learning is designed to give them a great sense of purpose and engagement, as well as a strong sense of citizenship and compassion towards others. ‘Quality and importance of positive relationships’ is something we, as staff, model and encourage so that, as well as achieving strongly academically, we can feel proud of our children’s development in lots more ways.
We are very pleased with our latest Ofsted report (May 2018), which describes us very well and explains that they intend to re-inspect, with a view to establishing whether we may be reclassified from ‘good, with outstanding in the area of behaviour and safety’, to ‘outstanding’ overall. (Short inspections like most schools receive do not reclassify schools from their last judgement, so we couldn’t have received an outstanding judgement on that day).
Hopefully you will find what you need on our website, but if you wish to find out more, don’t hesitate to contact us via email@example.com
Sam Pater, Headteacher
The online payment system for school dinners, trips and clubs. Contact the school for joining instructionsParentPay website
School Dinners Menu
Warwickshire County Caterers have issued their Menu for school mealsMenu From 12th November 2018
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