Welcome to our school!
Every day is an Open Day - call us and arrange a visit or join us for our scheduled Open Mornings:
Rated securely 'good' by OFSTED in July 2015, our school is in a semi-rural setting at the heart of the Claydons, within easy reach of Buckingham and the surrounding villages. We have approximately 170 pupils ranging from 4 to 11 years old. We also have a thriving nursery for children from 2 and a half years old.
Message from the Head Teacher
It is a privilege and an honour to be the headteacher at Steeple Claydon School. On behalf of the children, staff and governors, I would like to welcome you to our school website and thank you for your interest.
Here at Steeple Claydon Primary School, our pupils are welcoming, well behaved and enthusiastic – they are all ‘Steeple Stars!’ We take pride in ensuring we provide them with a rich, creative and engaging learning journey from nursery to year 6. We want our pupils to achieve highly not only academically but also socially, emotionally, creatively and physically as well as in the skills of being a lifelong learner.
Underpinning all of this is our commitment to ensure that our ‘Steeple Stars’ leave us with the values that will enable them to live successfully in society and prepare them to be positive, active citizens within their local, national and global communities.
Of course we are only a part of your child’s life and so we are very keen to work closely with parents, families and the wider Steeple Claydon community to ensure every child’s needs are fully catered for and their potential is realised.
Please get in touch if you would like to come and visit. We would be happy to show you round the school when it is ‘in action’ so you can fully appreciate the wonderful things that happen here!
If you have any feedback on the presentation, usefulness and accessibility of the information here, please don’t hesitate to contact us. I hope this website gives you an indication of the welcoming, vibrant, hardworking school we are and the high standards we strive to maintain.
Mrs Christine Richards