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Welcome to King’s Stanley C of E Primary School

IMPORTANT DATES IN DECEMBER:

Monday 8th Junior dress rehearsal, Wednesday 10th matinee, Wednesday 10th evening show, Thursday 11th evening show, Monday 15th Christmas Panto, Tuesday 16th  Infant carol concert, Thursday 18th Junior carol service. Wednesday 17th Infant Christmas Dinner,  Thursday 18th Junior Christmas Dinner.

Advent Week KS1: 8th-12th December. (parent volunteers welcome)


 

Welcome to King’s Stanley C of E Primary school, a school at the very heart of the local community. We have around 200 pupils in seven classes, one for each year group. Our amazing grounds really enhance the children’s learning enabling all classes to work outside on a regular basis. The children’s learning is supported by our topic based curriculum which looks to link subjects together under one theme. One of the best ways to find out about a school is to ask the parents and, of course, the children:


PUPILS’ COMMENTS

This school is great, the best!”

School helped me to feel good about myself.“

School helped me to learn and to be good at maths and literacy

School pushed us to the best of our abilities.”


 

PARENTS’ COMMENTS

“ I feel part of a wonderful school community. My children love coming to school every day.”

“Our daughter has truly blossomed”

“We have seen our son’s confidence growing week on week”


As a Church of England school our Christian values are very important to us but we also value and respect other beliefs and traditions. Click on the links below to for find out about our school values and how they are preparing children for life in modern Britain. We have recently has our SIAMS inspection and were judged to be Good in all areas. This inspection identified the school’s many strengths and the strong relationship with parents and the local community.

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SIAMS’ COMMENTS

“ Regular high quality teaching of RE.”

“Spiritual development now permeate the curriculum”

“Pupils talk with compassion about the needs of others. ”