February Half Term

11 February 2019

School will be closing at 3pm on Friday 15th February. We will be open as normal on Monday 25th February.

Christmas Holiday Closure

13 December 2018

School will be closing at 1pm on Friday 21st December. We will be open as normal on Monday 7th January.

Community Day '18

15 March 2018

Community day was wonderful at Elm Tree Community Primary with many parents attending.

World Book Day '18

12 March 2018

World Book Day was a huge success at Elm tree. Students and Teachers took part on this day to show us their favourite characters from their favourite books. Throughout this day, students took part in different exercises based on books.


27 October 2017

After a recent Ofsted inspection which took place on the 26th - 27th September. We are pleased to announce that we received the status of Outstanding.

Student Council

8 September 2017

We have appointed a brand new Student Council to guide us through this academic year 2017-18. Our meetings will be held each Friday to discuss current events and topics. The council have a major part to play this year in shaping our school and introducing new concepts.

Organic September

1 September 2017

Small changes make a big difference, so in September join us in encouraging your friends and family to make small changes when they shop and help us grow organic for good! You know that when you choose organic, you choose products that promote a better world.

LFC Tournament

1 March 2017

Elm Tree were again represented at the LFC foundation on Wednesday the 1st March. The boys battled hard against a number of other primary schools in a bid to prove they were fit to win the tournament. Despite being unsuccessful the boys did themselves proud and should hold their heads high after their courageous effort.

Potato Council

28 February 2017

We're taking part in this fantastic project, this year we're aiming to grow our first batch of potatoes and get the children into growing fruit and veg all year round! "Launched in 2005, Grow Your Own Potatoes (GYOP) was one of the first primary school based growing projects. Since then it has become the largest of its kind with over 2 million children taking part in learning where potatoes come from, how they grow and that potatoes are a healthy food. Its simplicity and the fact that GYOP is a hands on activity makes it perfect for young pupils."

Class Residential Trips

26 September 2016

Our children are being given the opportunity to go on some fantastic adventures, as we carry out our Class Residential trips for the second year running. Children will be taking part in a hole host of activities, including: Narrow Boat Driving, Zorbing, Go-Karting, Cave Trampolining, Laser Quest and much more.