Welcome to our wonderful school.

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Our School

Chilton Foliat Primary School is a popular village school. We have 90 children on roll aged from 4 – 11.

SIAMS Report

We are a small, nurturing and caring Church of England school, focusing on each child realising their full potential.

Ofsted Report

We are committed to high academic standards in both progress and attainment. Following a recent Ofsted inspection the school has shared information with parents which can be found within the OFFICE – NEWSLETTERS section of the website.

Chilton Foliat Primary School is located in a beautiful setting

Our school is situated in the rural village of Chilton Foliat on the Wiltshire, West Berkshire border. The school and its grounds are set in a glorious location with views of the surrounding countryside.

We currently have 90 pupils on role aged from 4 – 11. The class sizes are smaller than average, each benefiting from highly experienced teachers supported by well qualified teaching assistants.

There are some exciting developments taking place at the school including the Chilton Foliat Community Clubhouse, which will be available from September with a new spacious classroom for our older children and a club house accommodating our wraparound childcare facilities which include breakfast, after school and holiday clubs. In addition adjacent to the school is a new development providing playing fields which the school will have access to as part of our sport and PE curriculum.

Katie Turner, Headteacher