Contact with school during the COVID-19 period is via email and telephone. We will send messages out via MarvellousMe, so please ensure that you have the app on your phone, desktop or mobile device. Many email messages will not need to be read immediately. If you or your children have safeguarding concerns please use the Worry Box below.
If you click on "Children" and then the drop down box "Home Learning" you will see a variety of activities that can be completed. Be assured that nothing is compulsory and it is up to you how much or how little is manageable given your circumstances. There are lots of general links to add to what we set if you find that your child needs more, or more open ended activities. Please email us via email@example.com with any examples of good work.
From Monday 1st June we are partially open to pupils in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 as well as vulnerable and critical worker pupils. It is essential that all parents / carers read the latest letter dated 14th May 2020 which was sent out via Marvellous Me and also available here. If you are planning on sending your child into school from Monday 1st June it is essential that you email school using firstname.lastname@example.org to inform us so we can prepare. Please do not just send your child to school. Many thanks for your continued support.
Please see latest information from Wolverhampton City Council for parents about the partial reopening of schools from Tuesday 2nd June.
We have updated our whole school COVID Risk Assessment please see here.
We have created an induction video for parents of new Reception children to introduce the school and key members of staff it can be accessed here.
Many thanks for your continued support.
With best wishes and stay safe,
Welcome to our website! If you are a member of our existing school community there is a host of valuable information at your fingertips. You can check past newsletters, view the school calendar for events and see the latest Twitter releases - @claregatepri. There are a host of school policies that explain our practice and in addition to this details about our curriculum.
In July 2016 Ofsted described our school by saying “Classroom atmospheres are harmonious. Pupils listen carefully, give considered responses when answering questions and remain focused when asked to work on their own.” Also that the children were “…well behaved, polite, confident and cheerful. They treat everyone they encounter with respect”. We also work very hard to ensure that “The school is an inclusive community where everyone is made to feel welcome.” If you are a new or prospective parent / carer that welcome would apply to you. The full Ofsted report can be seen on the Key Information below.
This website shares our main points of accountability such as our “Sport Report” and “Pupil Premium Report” which explain how we spend extra money given to us by the Government. “Our Staff” tells you who we are and “Our Governors” informs you who they are and their roles as well as their information that we legally have to provide. These are all on the “About” tab above.
The “Worry Box” allows children to express their concerns and this is always followed up. We wish to have a safe and happy school community and communication is a vital part of this.
Ofsted July 2016. "This is a good school."
If you are not yet a member of our school community we would like to point you to our mission and values in the “About” section and would wholeheartedly welcome you to look around the school to view this for yourself. I am proud to be the Headteacher of such a thriving school community.
If you have any queries or comments then please do not hesitate to contact the school office on 01902 558575. The telephone will be answered by Mrs Katherine Elliott - Office Manager or Mrs Winnie Maxwell - Administrative Assistant.
Mr. M J Murphy
Mr. M J Murphy,
Headteacher & Deputy Safeguarding Lead
We do not use commercial schemes for the teaching of all aspects of English and Mathematics. Our phonics provision follows the 'Letters and Sounds' programme.
Our Published Admission Number (the number of children admitted in each year group) is 60.
For details of our Curriculum simply click the tab above.
For timings of the school day see the Parents tab.
Look at our Ofsted report here
At Claregate Primary School we aim to prepare our students to become good citizens of the future. Through our curriculum we teach pupils British values and how to celebrate diversity.We aim to raise their awareness of radicalisation and extremist views, whatever the source. We have adopted the principals and advice found in Keeping Children Safe in Education 2017 and the 2011 Prevent Strategy. These are incorporated into our school policy on tackling extremism.
Mr M J Murphy - Headteacher and Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Mr D J Saunders - Deputy Headteacher and Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Miss L Evans - Designated Safeguarding Lead
Miss K Wigley - Special Education Needs Co-Ordinator
Telephone enquiries will usually be answered by Mrs K Elliott (Office Manager) or Mrs W Maxwell & Mrs S Lasance (Administrative Assistants)
School Nurses - The Pendeford School Nursing team can be contacted on 01902 444531.