Safeguarding and keeping children safe is our top priority.
We are proud to be open, following government guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic, and are delighted to welcome back all our pupils. During lockdown, with the wider opening, we opened for all year groups (not just key workers, vulnerable children, Foundation Stage, Year 1 and Year 6). In the Summer Term 2020, 85% of the whole school was in attendance. In the event of any future lockdown, we would strongly encourage all eligible pupils to attend school.
Shenington C of E (VA) Primary School is situated in the picturesque village of Shenington in Oxfordshire, on the boundary of Warwickshire, about 6 miles North West of Banbury. We are a Voluntary Aided Church of England School belonging to the Diocese of Oxford and the Parish of Shenington. Our small school has a well-established teaching team and a caring community.
We serve children aged 4–11 years from Banbury and various villages in Oxfordshire and Warwickshire. We promote inclusion in our school and celebrate the strengths, abilities and diversity of all our school community members. We support our parents in their decisions when choosing a secondary school place, whether in Oxfordshire or Warwickshire, including taking the Eleven Plus.
We love to meet new parents and children, contact the school office to arrange a personal tour of the school to meet our children and staff.
Miss Sarah Reynolds - Head Teacher
"Key Stage 2 attainment of the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics (88%) was
significantly above national and in the highest 20% in 2022"- Ofsted Data 2022