The five parishes in the Teme Triangle area are well served by state and independent schools, as well as a thriving nursery and the Teme Valley Children’s Centre for families (a Sure Start project) based in Clifton.
Clifton upon Teme Primary School which lies at the heart of the village was rated by Ofsted in 2017 as “good”.
Headteacher: Cathryn Throup. Visitors welcome: call 01886 812258, visit www.cliftonupontemeprimary.org.uk for more information or email email@example.com
Clifton Early Years' Centre is on the same site as the primary school and offers daycare for children from 0–5 years. www.cliftoneyc.co.uk or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Teme Valley Children’s Centre is a Sure Start (government funded) service offering practical and emotional support to local families. Contact email@example.com for details.
Great Witley Church of England Primary School welcomes many children from The Shelsleys. It is just a mile away and there is a school bus. Head Teacher Karen Banford. 01299 896246 Their last Ofsted was in 2009. www.greatwitley.worcs.sch.uk
Martley Church of England School is just three miles away and also welcomes children from our villages. Headteacher Andrew Massey 01886 888201 email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chantry, Secondary Academy
The Chantry is an 11-16 Academy School situated in beautiful countryside in nearby Martley and serves a wide catchment area including our villages. Headteacher Andrew Dickenson. 01886 887100 http://www.chantry.worcs.sch.uk/
There is a wide range of independent schools locally, the nearest is Abberley Hall, which has Early Years, Pre-Preparatory and Preparatory School.
Others closeby can be found in Worcester (9 miles), Malvern (10 miles).