Bishop Ellis Catholic Primary School
|Location||Barkby Thorpe Lane
|DfE URN||120218 Tables|
In the report of the Ofsted inspection on 5 June 2006 the school was rated Good, point two on a four-point scale. Each topic was rated outstanding or good with, notably, none less than good. However, the highest possible award of Outstanding was given for the Personal development and well-being of the pupils.
Madeleine McCann would have attended this school from September 2007. On 18 June that year, as part of the appeal for her safe return, the children lined up in the playground to spell out Find Madeleine, and the school raised £1,500 for the appeal. The school said that a place had been reserved for Madeleine and lit a candle for her.
- "URN 120218 Bishop Ellis Catholic Primary School, Thurmaston". Edubase. Retrieved 15 March 2017.
- "Statutory Instruments 1999 No. 2432 The Designation of Schools Having a Religious Character (England) Order 1999" Archived July 4, 2007, at the Wayback Machine., Office of Public Sector Information
- "Bishop Ellis Catholic Primary School"[permanent dead link], Ofsted, 7 September 2006
- "Reward for school's commitment to healthy life", Leicester Mercury, 14 February 2008
- "Exemplary behaviour is praised", Leicester Mercury, 20 September 2006
- "Right wavelength", Leicester Mercury, 27 April 2004
- "Madeleine parents to sue Portuguese paper", Fred Attewill, The Guardian, August 31, 2007
- "Schoolkids send heartfelt plea", The Sun, 19 June 2007
- "Pupils spell out Madeleine appeal message as supporters urge holidaymakers to be vigilant", Yorkshire Post, 19 June 2007, page 2
- "Candle of hope for Madeleine". The Times. London. 2007-08-31. Retrieved 2008-02-29.