As a Christian school, we value each child as special and unique in the sight of God and, through love, challenge and opportunities we offer, enable them to develop as confident, caring and successful young people within our 'Safe Haven'.
We are a rural primary school within the West Wight area of the island, and we are dedicated to providing high quality education to our learners.
We are very proud of our school and invite you to find out more about our warm and caring ethos and how we support and develop our learners.
Our whole school community, with active parent and wider community involvement, aiming together for high achievement of all learners.
Inclusion and participation of all young people in the life of the school leading
Opportunities to explore and appreciate the world, including the rich range of cultures that represent modern Britain.
The Christian beliefs, values and principles that underpin our school and community such as: trust, love, acceptance, responsibility, truth, forgiveness, patience, fairness, faith.
Physical activity, a healthy lifestyle, personal, social and emotional health and
Creativity, collaboration, independence and respect for all.
It’s all happening at Shalfleet CE Primary School, where a group of our children
in years 5 and 6 have set up a lunchtime lending library! Children across Key Stage
1 and 2 have the opportunity to borrow books from the service to share with their
friends. It has become quite a hit, with children viewing reading as a social, interactive
activity. A range of texts are on offer from comics and magazines to animated novels
Lunchtime lending librarian, Matthew (10)
Abbie ~ Year 5
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We have teamed up with the Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) to launch
a new clothes recycling scheme to help raise money for the school and The Salvation
Army. It is called ‘Recycle With Michael’ and we now have a really colourful clothes
bank for us to fill with our unwanted textiles and shoes. When the bank is full,
local collectors from SATCoL pick up the donations and the school is rewarded with
an amount of money to spend on our own facilities. The textiles collected are either
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