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.
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.
- For a while now we have been working with the Sherwood Sunrisers, the local Rotary Club, getting involved in their annual Swimathons.
- Dear Parents and Carers, you are kindly invited to our KS1 Phonics Inspire morning, on Wednesday 18th October, at 9:15 am (after Readers morning) in the KS1 hall.
- Friends of Seely (PTA Group) are again working with the school to give all children at Seely the chance to create a design which can be printed onto Christmas, Eid or other Celebration Cards, mugs, tea towels, bags, baubles – to name a few.
- The “Friends of Seely” (FoS) fundraising PTA would like to invite parents and carers of pupils, both new and old, to join us for cake and refreshments after school on Wednesday 27th of September from 3:30pm until about 4.30pm
- Please see attached for details of our Harvest Collection this week.
- We are delighted to let you know that Scholastic Book Fair is returning to our school next week.
- It is increasingly important for us to showcase the great work we are doing here at Seely through external articles such as the school website, Twitter, Class Dojo etc.
- Would you like some ideas to get children doing more productive things on a tablet/phone?
- Please see attached poster which we have been asked to share with our families.
Latest Term and Event Dates - USE THIS CALENDAR ONLY Events
- Christmas Dinner Day13Dec2023
12:00 am - 1:00 am
- Coffee Morning13Dec2023
9:15 am - 10:15 am @ KS1 Dining Hall
- Coffee Morning20Dec2023
9:15 am - 10:15 am @ KS1 Dining Hall
- Christmas Party Day (all year groups)20Dec2023
- HALF TERM21Dec2023
12:00 am - 03 jan, 1:00 am
Welcome to Seely Primary School
In School Events & Curriculum Activities
In School Events / Curriculum Activities
- Our Diversity Defenders worked incredibly hard during our second meeting today to make exciting plans for the new year. We’ve got plans for World Religion Day, a competition to design a diversity banner and a play for EYFS and KS1
- Our Rainbow Rangers Pupil Leadership group had their second meeting today and ticked off the first thing on their action plan - making posters for the corridors to encourage kindness and acceptance to the LGBT+ community ❤️
- Our UKS2 choir visited a local residential home to perform Christmas carols to the residents.
- We had a fantastic Winter Fair on Wednesday night, with so much fun and so many festivities.
- Year 5 and 6 had a wonderful, immersive Christmas experience at St Martin's Church this week.
- Our Community Rangers pupil leadership group met today to finalise their action plan.
- Well done to our Year 6 DAaRT graduates who articulately explained their learning over this important programme.
- Year 4 had a great time taking part in this morning’s Me vs Me sports event.
- F2 have been ticking off another '60 things to do at Seely' - bake it and eat it.
- In the lead up to Christmas we are running after school community crafts sessions.
- Children from Years 3 and 4 have been learning some basic Iris folding in art club.
- Lyndsey, our Mental Health Practitioner from the Mental Health Support Team (MHST), is running Worries Workshops for Key Stage 2 pupils over the next few weeks.