Our Schools

Claycots School Partnership - Our Story

Claycots School Partnership is the expansion of Claycots School in September 2012 to form an innovative model for education in Slough where working with Slough Borough Council the school agreed to open an annexe to accommodate the rise in school admissions within the Borough.

 

In a joint venture the historic and landmark Old Town Hall was converted to form a new campus for our school with a blend of traditional features and contemporary redesign. A second phase is now being undertaken to expand the building with a modern addition to learning space that will not only significantly expand the footprint of the school but add a design statement to match the ambitions that we have for our children as 21st century citizens.

 

Following this we have created two dynamic campuses of the Claycots School Partnership which are both reflective of their unique school catchments and communities.

 

The orginal school based at Monksfield Way has become Claycots School (Britwell Campus) and the new expanded annexe has become Claycots School (Town Hall Campus). Together they work to uphold the values of the Claycots School Partnership, meeting the needs of a significant portion of the Slough community and to challenge the aspiration of our stakeholders to create a learning community that is world class, forward thinking and committed to the principles of 'Tolerance, Respect, Service and Resilience.'

 

In September 2015 in continuing to work in pioneering partnership with Slough Borough Council we agreed to the further expansion of the school to become 8 form entry to accommodate the significant rise in popularity and demand for places at Claycots School, allowing each campus to offer 120 places in every year group enabling more of our community to be able to attend both their local school and the school of choice.

 

By doing so we became the first primary school in the UK to enroll over 1200 pupils and in light of continued expansion we became the largest primary school in the UK also bringing with it a national profile and opportunity to increase the impact that we can have on the futures of our children.