Queen Eleanor Primary is situated in the rural setting of Harby, a Nottinghamshire School but on the boundary of Lincolnshire.
We have a spacious Foundation Unit (F1 and F2s), Class 1 (Y1 & 2), Class 2 (Y3 & 4) and Class 3 (Y5 & 6)
We are a small, close-knit school with a great community feel, working closely in partnership with the local community, our family of schools, our governors our parents and other associations. Staff are highly motivated, energetic , enthusiastic and friendly with a common aim - of bringing out the best in our pupils, in a stimulating environment, in an exciting and fun way.
Our children are taught in small classes - our staff pupil ratio is low and the children are highly valued and constantly encouraged to reach their potential. Our national results are above average.
The school is in a beautiful setting, amongst fields and countryside, with a large outside area and a new sports Hall which complements our extra curricular sporting events.
We run a breakfast club, after school care club and several after school activities; and we regularly organise trips and residentials. We pride ourselves on our music, dance and drama and present a bumper Summer production annually in which everyone takes part! We also offer modern foreign languages as part of our curriculum - teaching French and Spanish in alternate years. We run an active gardening club and have a productive allotment on site.
This is just a microcosm of that which is Queen Eleanor. If you like the sound of our ethos and what we have to offer, please do not hesitate to come and meet us in person and see for yourself this exciting and innovative `good' school.
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