Stafford Leys is a good school. Pupils from all abilities and backgrounds make at least good progress. Teaching is good. Staff have an effective working relationship with pupils, OFSTED Inspection Report, July 2014
Stafford Leys Primary School is situated in Leicester Forest East,a suburb of Leicester, five miles west of the city on the A47 Hinckley Road.
Stafford Leys Primary School was built in 1966 and extended in 1975. An
additional building was opened in 2004. It is a well established school
with a good reputation in the community.
Children start our school at the beginning of the Autumn
term after their fourth birthday (Year R or EYFS) and leave at the end of Year 6. Most of our children go onto Bosworth College or South Charnwood High School.
The school is set in substantial grounds and has excellent accommodation including 21 teaching classrooms, 5 rooms for small group work, a large school library, an ICT suite, two P.E/assembly halls and a linked community centre.
The School Governors take an active part in school life and make regular formal and informal visits to the school, to increase their knowledge and understanding of the way the school works.
Parents and Friends Association
The school has an enthusiastic P.F.A. which is dedicated to raising
money to improve the facilities in the school.