Malmesbury Primary School prides itself on being an inclusive community school and we are privileged to be able to celebrate a wealth of cultures within our school. We have the highest expectations for both ourselves and for the achievement of our children. We encourage our children to ‘Be the Best They Can Be’ at whatever they do.

We have a holistic ethos of education with the well-being of our children at the heart of school life. We are passionate about the children’s learning not only in English, Maths and Science but also Music, Sport and the Arts. An exciting curriculum motivates our children by making learning fun and come alive through extending experiences into the wider world.

We encourage our children to become independent learners and confident young people through developing skills and attitudes which prepare them for their future life.

We are extremely proud that this approach means that our children achieved above national expectations in English and Maths in KS1 and KS2 SATs in 2017

Joanne Clensy, Headteacher

Livable Streets Programme

The Livable Streets Programme will be making changes in the Bow area; this will unfortunately effect your route to school. For further information please see below. Livable Streets Bow Trial Letter Livable Streets...

Mental Health & Well Being

To support your child with their mental health and well being please see information by clicking...


You can find more information on the KS2 SATs by clicking...

Actives Challenge Zap Bands

Here is a User Guide for the Zap Bands that we are selling; the guide explains how to install and register on the app. You can download the User Guide by clicking...

Nursery and Reception Applications

  Deadline to submit Nursery Applications - February 17th 2019 If your child was born between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2016 and you would like a nursery place for September 2019, you must submit an online application visiting the eadmissions portal Deadline to...


  • NURSERY 95.6%
  • RECEPTION 95.3%
  • YEAR 1 – 6 94%