Welcome to our website! We hope that through this site you will get an insight into our school, its aims, activities and organisation.
Uley School is a Voluntary Controlled Primary school for 4-11 year olds based in Gloucestershire. We are a Rights Respecting School where the rights of the child are at the heart of everything we do at Uley.
As a church school we are proud of our strong links with the community. We consider children as individuals, where they feel happy, secure and valued and where intellectual development and creativity are encouraged. This is achieved through a structured, well-balanced curriculum with an emphasis on the enhancement of skills, knowledge and understanding. We set high standards for the children and believe in an active partnership between school, church and home.
Our last OFSTED Inspection was in July 2012. We received a superb OfSTED Inspection Report, which can now be downloaded.
Please click here for additional 'USEFUL INFORMATION' for parents/carers of children at the school or those considering our school.
On Friday 25th April Year 6 are hosting a 1950’s retro café to raise money for the Allsorts children’s charity. The café will be open to Class 4 and Year 6 parents from 2:30pm in the school hall and then open to all other pupils and their families from 3pm.
See photographs of our beautiful school garden which has been completed over the Easter holidays.
Read our latest Newsletter
Download analysis of Parent Questionnaire (March 2014)
Thanks to the FUS, we have signed up with Gloucester Rugby for the season. The club will give us 10% of ticket purchases over the season. Just quote "connection scheme" and our school name when buying tickets so we can benefit from the scheme.
FUNDRAISING: The FUS has set up an account at easyfundraising. Follow this link to join and then when you make a purchase up to 15% of the price will be donated to our fund - at no additional cost to you!
School Recycling Scheme
Please send in your unwanted Textiles. We have raised a fantastic £314 already from the 'Rag Bag' scheme. Thank you!