Welcome to Elsley Primary School
We are a popular school in Wembley, close to the iconic stadium.
At Elsley, we value high-quality learning and achievement, together with a powerful moral development of sharing and respecting others.
Close to the hustle and bustle of Wembley, our school provides a beautiful contrast, situated in a quiet residential setting, at the end of a large playing field. We have two large playgrounds, a Multi Use GamesArea (MUGA), a wildlife area and pleasant, well-maintained gardens.
We are proud of our staff and children's diverse backgrounds, and we come together with an atmosphere of respect for each other. We expect children to achieve high standards in all that they do and we encourage: Self-motivation, Self-discipline and Co-operative learning.
Our Ethos and Elsley Values are an important part of what makes our school special:
Learning Sharing Achieving Respecting
We have defined what these values mean to us. To find out more, select 'About Us' from the drop-down menu at the top, then choose 'Ethos and Values.
I hope you enjoy browsing our website and find it useful. We are very proud of every aspect of our school.
Latest Elsley Primary School Calendar Events
- Mother's Day Afternoon Tea29Mar2017
3:15 pm - 4:45 pm @ Junior Hall
- Year 2 Fire Brigade visit30Mar2017
- Year 4 Easter Assembly30Mar2017
- Lily Owsley visit to Elsley30Mar2017
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- We are so excited to be hosting Olympic Gold Medallist Lily Owsley from Team GB’s Women’s Hockey team and Team GB & Scotland's Alan Forsyth who are visiting this Thursday! The two athletes will train with our hockey team and then host a KS2 assembly.
- We had a great day raising money for Red Nose Day. Children wore red and bought in £1, then after school, children got to dress some of our teachers up in silly costumes! Altogether we raised a whopping £556.65!!! Well done to everyone who donated.
- The Parent Staff Association (PSA) have organised a Mother and Carer’s Day Afternoon Tea in the Junior hall after school from 3.15pm-4.30pm on Wednesday 29th March 2017. There will be a selection of teas, cakes and nibbles available and entertainment.
- Year 3 had a wonderful trip to St Albans Cathedral as part of their 'Romans' topic. The children acted out the story of St Alban, made their own mosaics and tried on some amazing Roman armour!
- Year 4 enjoyed a visit from a dentist today as part of their Science topic, Teeth and Healthy Eating. The dentist demonstrated how to keep teeth clean and explained the importance of caring for your teeth.