Please click here - For the letter regarding the re-opening of Stokesay Primary School (May 20th 2020).
Please click here - For a copy of our Home-School agreement during Covid-19. (May 31st 2020)
Please click here to view Temporary Changes to Schools Student/Parent Privacy Notice due to response to Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Please click here for a letter to Parents regarding arrangements for September
Bagels are on offer at no cost, every morning, for every child (and their parents/carers/families too) who would like a delicious, nutritious 'breakfast bite', to start the day. This encourages prompt attendance and a positive start to every school day. This is just one of the things that makes our inclusive school special.
‘Where everyone is welcome and everyone is valued’
‘I can, We can’
At Stokesay Primary School we aim to support and raise aspirations and the self-belief of our children through an ‘I can, We can’ attitude. We provide a safe, happy and nurturing environment for every child to develop and succeed. We believe in building strong, positive relationships between pupils, parents, staff, governors and the community. We recognise that all children have a number of gifts and talents that we celebrate and nurture.
Stokesay Primary is proud to be an extremely inclusive and diverse school. Our pupils and families come from a wide variety of backgrounds, and our curriculum design and implementation reflects this. We have close links with the local mosque as well as the local church (St Andrews). This rich and varied mix of backgrounds and cultures is something we rightly celebrate. Our teaching team work incredibly hard designing lessons with the individual needs of each child in mind, enabling children to achieve their full potential.
Our aim is to provide the best start in life for every child. We work hard to ensure that our curriculum is balanced, stimulating and enriching, building skills and knowledge sequentially as a child develops.
We offer a wide variety of after clubs including breakfast, homework. nurture, chess, crafts and sports for children. We have a Family Support Worker and run half–termly Family Learning groups. We also put on workshops, in areas such as maths, phonics and grammar, to help our parents and carers to better support their children’s learning.
Please feel free to have a good look through our school website. We are very proud of all of our pupils and the direction in which the school is heading. We hope that the information and the photographs you will find offer a snapshot of our happy and welcoming school.
Mr P O’Malley