Welcome to Seely Primary School’s website.  We hope you find the information that you are looking for.  

Seely Primary is a welcoming, vibrant place at the heart of its community.  We are a dedicated, caring team who have high expectations of all pupils.  We aim for children to leave our school as confident global citizens of the future, with the breadth of knowledge and skills to enable them achieve their aspirations.  

There is an excellent culture of diversity at Seely, where all pupils and their families have a strong sense of identity and belonging that is respected by all.  We have achieved the Rainbow Flag Award, as well as the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Quality Mark, to reflect the ethos and vision of the school.

Click HERE for Seely's Diversity Pledge

Our values are strongly aligned with British Values and we use them to underpin our behaviour policy, with four key words to help children to remember the key messages (please see our 'Seely Values' page within the Learning tab for more detail).

If you require any further information, please contact the school office and we will be happy to help. If you require a paper copy of any of the information on our school website, please contact the school office and this will be provided free of charge.

Latest News

School News

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Latest Term and Event Dates - USE THIS CALENDAR ONLY Events

F2 to Forest School23Jul2024

Year 6 Performance23Jul2024

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Coffee Morning24Jul2024

9:15 am - 10:15 am @ KS1 Dining Hall

Cream Tea for Parent Helpers24Jul2024

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Year 6 Evening Performance24Jul2024

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Welcome to Seely Primary School

In School Events & Curriculum Activities

In School Events / Curriculum Activities

  • What an amazing KS1 Sports Day we had yesterday!
  • Year 4 had a wonderful time on residential last week!
  • 3H spent yesterday at Wollaton Hall.
  • Our Year 5 drama club have taken centre stage to start their rehearsals of Romeo and Juliet at The Theatre Royal, Nottingham as part of our link with The Royal Shakespeare Company.
  • What an amazing time Year 2 had on their overnight camp earlier this week.
  • 3/4MD-H, 3N and 4KF had a wonderful day yesterday at Wollaton Hall and Park.
  • We always recognise World Refugee Week and again we shone a spotlight on our wealth of pertinent and beautiful books.
  • In history, Year 6 used different sources to look at local, national and international events from each year between 1945 - 1950.
  • Seely always loves being part of Sherwood Art week
  • As part of the "Running Out Of Time" relay, we met either in the hall and the playground to share our placards and see the baton being passed on...
  • This week,we took part in the "Running Out Of Time" relay which is designed to raise awareness of climate change.
  • It is Seely's Centenary! We are having a fantastic week researching and learning all about the school and community over the past 100 years.
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