Chilton Foliat Primary School is located in a beautiful setting
“With thankfulness, courage and love,
we strive to improve heart and mind.”
At Chilton Foliat Primary School we honour our educational heritage, supported by a strong Christian ethos. We strive to provide a diverse education that inspires children to develop a thirst for knowledge. This is delivered in a safe, supportive and nurturing environment promoting self-discipline, motivation and excellence in learning. We encourage strong partnerships and positive relationships amongst pupils, parents, carers, staff and the wider community.
Our intention is to offer the best of educational experience, in the widest sense, full of enrichment and engagement with our local community and further afield. Our curriculum is broad, balanced, connected and values based. We believe that our values encourage reflective and inspirational attitudes and attitudes which can be nutured to help all our children discover the very best of themselves. As a result, our children leave Chilton Foliat Primary School as well rounded young adults, who strive to achieve their best, have a strong sense of community, and are kind, loyal and fair.
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 95 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.
The Chilton Foliat Community Clubhouse accommodates our wraparound childcare facilities which include breakfast, after school and holiday clubs. Our extensive grounds and access to the local countryside enable full delivery of our PE curriculum and outdoor educational experience.
We offer a wide range of clubs and extra-curricular activities during the day and after school.
If you would like to come and take a look at all our school has to offer, it would be my pleasure. Please contact the office on Tel: 01488 682630 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie Turner, Headteacher