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
- International Week30Apr2018
12:00 am - 04 may, 1:00 am
- Bank Holiday07May2018
- Half term28May2018
- Year 5 Residential04Jun2018
Elsley Primary School News
- Reception have also been down to the Library at the Civic Centre this term for a storytelling workshop and a chance to practice their reading skills.
- Year 4 had a brilliant trip to the cinema for a private screening of 'The Iron Giant' based on their current topic book, 'The Iron Man'. The children really enjoyed the film and thought it was a great way to end their topic.
- Three Elsley bands rocked it with 2 fantastic performances for the school this week! Well done to all of our talented musicians and huge thanks to Mark from Rocksteady Music School.
- Year 2 had a visit from Kate Cunningham, author of Vlad and the Great Fire of London, the book they are reading in class. Children took part in an interactive story reading, re-enacting what it was like to be a firefighter in 1666 and looked at artifacts.
- Nursery had an exciting visit to Brent Civic Centre Library where they had a reading workshop themed around ‘weather’ books.