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Conway Primary School
Conway Road, Birmingham,B11 1NS
0121-772 0622


School Photo

Conway School is situated near the centre of Birmingham, just off the Stratford Road. We are very close to the famous Balti district of the city.

Conway has 436 pupils on roll, and a further 50 in the Nursery. We also have a very successful private Playgroup on site, taking 36 pupils aged 2/3. It is a very popular two-form entry school with waiting lists in all age groups.

The majority of our pupils (over 95%) have English as their second language. Most of our pupils are of the Islamic faith, but we also have a small number of Christians, Sikhs, and Hindus. Many of our families descend from Pakistan or Bangla Desh.

We have achieved the Investors in People Standard, the Basic Skills Quality Mark, and have recently been recommended for a Leading Aspect Award for our work with parents. We have very close links with our parents and the local community.

The staff and governors seek to provide the very best possible opportunities for our children, whilst ensuring they feel happy and safe in a secure and caring environment.

The school has an excellent long-term reputation. We were very pleased that the last OFSTED report highlighted the many positive aspects of the school. In recent years our results have shown a real upwards trend, and we are working on further improvement.

General Aims

To provide a broad balanced and challenging curriculum which meets the needs of all pupils.

To develop a happy enthusiastic, confident and independent approach to Learning.

To develop effective partnerships within the school environment, and between school, home and the wider community.

Equal Opportunities
To ensure opportunities for all our children to achieve their full potential.

To create a caring supportive, safe and stimulating environment, where everyone is a valued and respected citizen.

To encourage everyone to be fully involved in achieving high standards, especially in Literacy and Numeracy.


Curriculum Aims

To develop Literacy skills in order that the children will communicate effectively and confidently. We want the children to enjoy Literacy and attain the highest possible standards.

To foster in the children an enjoyment of Mathematics enabling them to solve problems in a variety of everyday situations, and prepare them for future learning.

To encourage children to develop the skills for scientific enquiry and knowledge and understanding of the world.

To develop confidence and competence in using a wide range of I.C.T. skills across the curriculum, and in their future lives.

To develop an awareness and understanding of the world around us past and present, and the effect of change on our lives and our environment.

R.E & P.S.E
To develop a sensitivity towards the feelings and beliefs of others, and to promote the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of all pupils by providing opportunities for self expression in a safe environment.

Design Technology
To develop an analytical approach, to nurture skills and positively impact on the environment, using the available technologies.

To foster the development of creative and aesthetic skills through drama, music, literature, dance and the visual Arts.

To develop pupils physical competence and confidence, encouraging a positive attitude towards an active, healthy lifestyle with equal access and opportunity for all.

School Uniform


  • Electric / royal blue sweatshirt / jumper of cardigan with Conway School logo
  • White polo shirt with Conway Logo (summer term)
  • There is no school tie

Trousers / Skirts

  • Electric / royal blue or grey shalwar chemise for girls or grey skirt or pinafore
  • Grey trousers
  • Preferably black shoes
  • White, grey or black socks

Children must be properly dressed for their own safety in P.E.

  • Blue / black shorts
  • T-shirt, preferably in white or blue
  • Pumps or trainers
  • track suit bottoms can be worn instead of shorts
  • NO jewellery is allowed during P.E.

Children in years 2,3 and 5 will need a swimming costume and a towel for when their class goes swimming. Our swimming days this year are Mondays and Wednesday.

All items of clothing should be clearly labelled with the child's name to lessen the possibility of loss.

Children must not wear high heeled shoes, long earrings or glass bangles. These are unsafe.

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