Paisley Primary School is a Community Primary Co-educational day school. There are ten classes for children aged 5-11 and a foundation unit for children aged between 3 and 5.

Our aim is to provide the very best opportunities for each child to develop their full potential, whether it may be academic, sporting or creative. It is important to us that every child is celebrated and that each child enjoys school, feels safe, works hard and feels a real sense of achievement.

At Paisley, we encourage children to care, share and to show respect.  This was recognised during our recent Ofsted Inspection, which resulted in our school being judged good with elements of outstanding.  Please find below some quotations from the Ofsted Report.

“Teaching is good and some is outstanding.”

“Pupils are happy, polite and well-behaved.  They feel safe.  Misbehaviour is rare.”

“In lessons, pupils are very eager to learn and make good progress.”

“Teachers have good subject knowledge and high expectations.”

“Pupils in the school are happy, polite and friendly.  Pupils comment that, ‘this is the best place ever.’ Their behaviour is good.”

“The attention to the need for rules and the importance of good manners and kindness towards others is a strength of the school and helps all to develop good social skills and an understanding of right and wrong.”

If you wish to read the full report, please click below.

Ofsted Report 2012 (102.96 kB)


Above is a word cloud which shows the most common words found in our Ofsted report.

Paisley Primary School currently has a Pupil Admission Number (PAN) of 50 children per year group.  You can find more information on admissions here.

Parents may access the School Performance Tables published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education’s website.







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