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Cheslyn Hay Primary School
Saredon Road, Walsall,WS6 7JQ Cheslyn Hay


Cheslyn Hay Primary School is situated in the south of the county of Staffordshire.  It is near to Cannock and is about 1 mile from junction 11 of the M6 motorway.

It is a large school having 340 pupils between 4 and 11.  Our nursery unit opened in September 1997.

We are proud of our children, their behaviour and their achievements.


Head Teacher, Martin Tibbets

This website is available to the local Cheslyn Hay Community to raise issues of concern. Materials submitted are in the public domain but local media wishing to use these areas as a source for articles and published information are expected to clear it with the school first as a matter of courtesy.

Who does what at Cheslyn Hay Primary School?

Who does what at Cheslyn Hay Primary School?

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Mr Martin K Tibbetts Headteacher, music and website co-ordinator
Mrs Jacinth White Assistant Headteacher, Key Stage Two Co-ordinator, Key Stage Two English, Y6 teacher - 6C
Mrs Vanessa Britton Assistant Headteacher, Key Stage One Co-ordinator, Key Stage 1 Maths, Foundation Teacher
Miss Kim Astley Year 3 /ICT/Art

Mrs G Banks

KS1/Foundation link SEN coordinator

Also working in  the SEN department are Mrs  J Richards and Miss J Tidmarsh who withdraw small groups from class (no more than 4 in a group) and work intensively with them in a room dedicated to SEN materials and resources.

Mrs J Tidmarsh
Mrs A Black 2H, PE/Community KS1
Mrs V Britton RC, Maths KS1
Mrs V Dos Santos RH, Science/Design Technology KS1
Miss Caroline Gilbert Year 4
Mr Rob Hughes 4S, PE Community KS2
Miss L Iannarilli 6H ICT/Art KS2, IT Co-ordinator
Mrs G. Kemp Year 6 Science/ Design Technology KS2
Mrs J. Macmillan Year 3 and Year 6 (part time)
Miss Claire Newens Year 1
Miss J Richards
Mrs Penny Smith 2C, English KS1
Mrs Leanne Vaughan 1C, History/Geography KS1
Mrs Lesley Flint PPA cover specialist/
History/Geography KS2

Mrs Liz Williams

Year 3/ Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator

The school has an an international
reputation for its work in ICT


This school is committed to maximising the skills and talents of its learning community to become independent, successful and caring citizens in a multicultural and fast changing world.

Aims for Pupils

Pupils will:

  • achieve their full potential through the curriculum and through "out of school" experiences provided by the school and the local community
  • achieve agreed targets set by their teacher in partnership with their teacher and parents
  • develop their individual talents and positively work on improving identified areas for development
  • become independent "Life Long Learners"
  • celebrate and learn from difference
  • use the school as a training ground to be caring and committed to the needs of others who may have different life experiences and apply that knowledge to life outside the school.
  • have pride in their school and contribute to the caring community that the school represents
  • be committed to equality of opportunity

Aims for School

The school will provide:

  • a broad and balanced challenging curriculum
  • an enriching programme of extra-curricular activities
  • a stimulating learning environment
  • a rich and varied and up to date range of learning resources
  • innovative teaching and opportunities for independent learning
  • an ethos of support, challenge and encouragement to succeed
  • learning partnerships between home , school and the community
  • opportunities to maximise individual talent
  • opportunities to take responsibility for decisions which add value to the school and the wider community
  • opportunities to engage with social and moral issues both inside school and outside school
  • opportunities to reflect on and contribute to ensuring the school gives equality of opportunity to its learning community and the wider community.
  • an all inclusive strategy that takes into account the different needs of individuals
  • internal processes and channels of communication for the whole community to enable issues of concern to be resolved quickly.
  • best value for money

The School will demonstrate its commitment to working as a learning community by:

  • striving for continuous improvement in all that we do
  • working collaboratively as a whole school in all that we do
  • becoming an Investor in People

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