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  • In memory of Queen Elizabeth II

    Sat 17 Sep 2022

    In light of the recent passing of Her Majesty The Queen, this morning, some of the pupils from Cheslyn Hay Primary School visited people in the village to spread some joy, showing their respect and appreciation for her years of service. 

    Many people, as you will have seen in the news, have laid flowers at the various royal estates. Here at Cheslyn Hay, we also gifted flowers in memory of The Queen. However, rather than laying them at one of the many royal estates, with your nominations, we gifted them to people in our community in Her Majesty’s memory.  


    A special morning was had by all, with many smiles and memories made, which we believe would be in keeping with The Queen’s values. 

    A huge thank you to the PTFA for kindly donating the flowers allowing for such a lovely morning in sad circumstances.

  • Cross Country competition

    Thu 10 Mar 2022

    Wow! An incredible performance at the Cross Country competition from some of our Year 5 and 6 pupils today. Amazing finishing positions and excellent encouragement for each other. Well done - we are so proud of you all!

  • 17th March - St Patrick's Day menu

    Thu 10 Mar 2022

    17th March - St Patrick's Day menu

  • A huge thank you for a dedicated 45 years.

    Fri 04 Mar 2022

    Cheslyn Hay Primary would like to say a huge thank you to Pauline, our School Crossing Patrol, for a fantastic 45 years of service. Pauline's continued dedication has ensured the safety of our children for the last 45 years - here's to many more!

    We know that the parents and friends of Cheslyn Hay Primary will join with us as we say, 'Thank you!'. 


    Fri 08 Oct 2021

    If your child’s fifth birthday is between 1st September 2022 and 31st August 2023, it’s almost time to apply for their Reception school place. Come and visit us on Thursday 21st October at 4pm. Applications open on Staffordshire County Council website on 1st November. Please share with any family and friends.


    Fri 08 Oct 2021

    If your child turns three before 31st December 2021, you can apply for your child to begin our Nursery on 4th January 2022, and if your child turns three before 31st March 2022, you can apply for your child to begin our Nursery on 25th April 2022. Applications will be live on the school website on 1st November. 
    Come and visit us on Wednesday 20th October at 4pm.

  • Free online behaviour and well-being workshop

    Wed 30 Jun 2021
  • Happy Maps

    Wed 17 Mar 2021 N Harrison

    Happy Maps NEW RESOURCE!


    A website for parents, carers and professionals. Reliable and up-to-date resources on emotional health for your children.

    For all ages, from babies to young adults.


    Worried about your child’s behaviour or mental health? Not sure where to start looking for help? Happy Maps has information and resources to help you and your child of different age groups, comprehensive help directory and information for professionals.


    There are also resources for children or teenagers with special educational needs (SEN) or disabilities, who often experience issues with mood, anxiety, poor sleep and other problems.


    Visit Happy Maps at:
  • Cheslyn Hay’s Christmas advert

    Wed 16 Dec 2020

    This is not just any Christmas advert, this is Cheslyn Hay Primary’s Christmas advert... 

  • November birthday parties

    Thu 19 Nov 2020

    Dear Parents, 

    Next week we will have our class parties to celebrate children whose birthdays have taken place in November. As it is an INSET day on Friday 27th November and children are not in school, the parties will take place during the afternoon of Thursday 26th November. As before, children will have their school lunch or packed lunch as usual but can also bring in a small snack/treat (e.g. a packet of crisps, small cake) to eat in the afternoon. Food items must not contain nuts and cannot be shared. Children should come to school in their normal school uniform.

    We look forward to celebrating with them. 

    Yours sincerely, 
    Mr Griffiths