We would like to offer you a warm welcome to Upton St Leonards C of E Primary School, a large two form village school set in the heart of the picturesque Cotswold countryside, but just a few miles from the city of Gloucester.
Upton St Leonards C of E Primary School provides a secure, caring and inclusive environment where children are able to flourish and be happy. Quality teaching leads to memorable learning and so excellent progress.
We are extremely proud of our school and children. The hard-working team of inspirational staff and governors are committed to sustaining the schools vision to continue 'building foundations for a love of learning, a love of life and a love of one another' for our children.
This integral vision and a set of core values is at the heart of all learning at our school. Guided by the Christian values and ethos that underpin our work here, we aim to provide the best possible education for every child, alongside outstanding pastoral care and support.
We strive to ensure high standards of achievement for children whilst equipping them with the skills to become responsible citizens and independent life-long learners. The key to our success lies in our passion and dedication to develop and nurture the whole child, to make sure they are happy and well-cared for individuals, ready to continue on their journey beyond our school through education and life. At Upton St Leonards, we are educating and preparing our children for the future.
Exploring the information on our website will provide a flavour of what life is like at Upton St Leonards CE Primary School, but we would encourage you to visit us to see the school in action, meet our staff and pupils and discover for yourself how your child could thrive here.
Thank you for visiting our website and taking an interest in our school.
Miss Sarah E Daly BEd NASENCo Headteacher
Building foundations for a love of life, a love of learning and a love of one another
Our Core Values
Latest Coronavirus Guidance
Upton St Leonards C of E Primary School will begin a phased re-opening to vulnerable and key worker families, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 pupils from the week commencing 1st June 2020
Mr Lewis outlines below how school will look and operate, on return:
Mr Jones, our PSHE Lead, has created lessons for pupils to support them with their transition:
Please note: Any member of staff or child with symptoms should not attend school and should self-isolate for seven days.
Any member of staff or child with a person with symptoms in their family, should self-isolate for 14 days.
Any member of staff who is pregnant, over 70, have an underlying health condition (asthma, COPD, bronchitis, heart condition, kidney disease, hepatitus, Parkinsons, Motor Neurine Disease, MS, a learning disability or Cerebral Palsy, Sickle Cell, HIV, or a BMI of 40 or above; should practice social distancing and should work from home where possible. Children in this category should seek medical guidance on their return.
Any member of staff or child who has been contacted by the NHS and told to practice 'shielding', should not been in school.
Coronavirus support for those pupils working from home
Under the 'Curriculum', Home Learning tabs of our website, you will find;
-A suggested daily timetable for your child to follow