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Shifnal Primary School 

Curriers Lane, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11 8EJ


TEL: 01952 460500



Summer Term 2014



"We're proud to achieve!" - school motto



said this is a GOOD school


with OUTSTANDING Features

 click to read the latest report



Parent View

Children Survey



Shifnal is situated in the beautiful county of Shropshire.

The school has open aspects to fields and woodlands and we have the benefit of sharing the site facilities and expertise of Idsall Secondary School, which has Sports College status.

Sports & Clubs


The Arts


Lunch Menus


Trips & Visits


House Points/School Council







Extension activities are organised for the more able pupils, including Spanish and recorder clubs at lunch-time.

Children are encouraged to take up instrumental tuition delivered by the Shropshire Music Service and our school staff.

Pupils from each class sit on the School Council and take their responsibilities very seriously.

Once a week older pupils serve lunch to Shifnal Senior Citizens in the dining hall.

There is a rota of librarians who look after the refurbished library.




The excellent nursery at the school, led by highly qualified staff,

won an achievement award from the department of Education and Skills

 in 2001 and more recently a prestigious,

nationally recognised Quality Award Mark for excellent practice

 in Early Years Education in the Nursery and Reception classes.







Pupils are praised for demonstrating good behaviour and citizenship in the wider aspects of the community in Shifnal and for success in whatever field.

There is a house system named after traditional local trades, Currier, Dyers, Saddlers and Tanners, and pupils are allocated a House on joining the school.




In the summer term there are separate Sports Days for KS1 and KS2.

The results of the events count towards the House Cup at the end of the school year.




After-school clubs include football, hockey, netball, rounders, rugby, tennis, cricket, crafts, dance and music.

During the summer term, Year 5 pupils have swimming lessons.



The school has a purpose-built, cookery area, which is used by all pupils




The school promotes healthy eating by asking children to bring fruit or vegetables for morning break.



Dried fruit, Fresh fruit and Fruit Drinks





The hall is used for assembly, PE and school Meals






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