Welcome to Elloughton Community Primary School's website. 

Thank you for your feedback relating to the consultation regarding the change of age range at Elloughton Primary School, the consultation period has now closed.  More information will follow shortly.

We are pleased to announce we have a brand new website under construction and will be launching it in the very near future. 

"On behalf of all the children, staff, parents/carers and governors, I would like to warmly welcome you to Elloughton Primary School. I am committed to ensuring that we provide the very best education for all the children in our care, and am privileged to see the many achievements of our pupils every day.. Every child is known and cared for as an individual. Elloughton has a supportive and caring community, where children’s talents can grow and flourish through learning and the opportunity to participate in the many activities. We ensure each individual pupil achieves academically through consistently good teaching, in an environment that seeks to nurture their love of learning and challenges them to excel.

We are a school with a positive, welcoming, warm atmosphere, where pupils take pride in their achievements. We encourage our pupils to be responsible for their learning, to grow in confidence and become independent

I feel privileged to lead a team of professional, talented and committed staff.

I hope that you enjoy browsing our website and that it gives you an insight into all that we do at Elloughton and the many different experiences and successes our children have enjoyed.

We look forward to welcoming you to our school community."

Mrs Carole Fulstow 


We have received two letters of congratulations from the Minister of State for Schools.  The first relates to the levels of attainment in Keystage 1 and the second is in relation to our Phonics results for our Year 1. Please read them to see just what he had to say about our results.

                   Letter from Minister of State for Schools

                  Congratulations Minister for State Schools 

To access the most recent information provided by the Government regarding National Curriculum testing for children in Year 2 and Year 6 please click the link below:

                   Info For Parents KS1 & KS2 testing