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
- Half Term18Feb2019
- Whole Day Staff training - School closed to pupils25Feb2019
- Pupils start back - Spring 226Feb2019
- World Book Day07Mar2019
Elsley Primary School News
- We wish all of our families a happy half term. Spring 2 will start for children on TUESDAY 26th February at 8:45.
- Parents/Carers - Not sure what to do with the kids during half term?? Have a look at all the fun events happening at Brent Libraries... Click on the picture or download the flyer from this news article.
- Reception delighted parents and children today with 2 performances of their Chinese New Year assembly. They delivered their lines, sang and danced brilliantly!
- Children from Yr 5 took part in a nail-biting spelling bee. Elsley were in competition against N W London Jewish School, Brentfield Primary and Preston Manor. In the end it was a pupil from Brentfield who clinched the trophy for a 2nd year in a row.
- Year 6 were very fortunate to hear about the incredible life of Vera, a holocaust survivor. She spoke to the children about her journey to England during World War II. Year 6 had lots of interesting questions and found the experience very emotional.