Our whole school community will strive to enable everyone to be successful , confident, effective and responsible learners. We will work together to build a happy, healthy and inclusive school community.
Our curriculum is underpinned by our values:
RESPECT / AMBITION / RESILIENCE / INTEGRITY / KINDNESS
We are going to be finding out about British engineers in our assembly on Friday. If anyone would like to take part in this challenge at home, have a look at these British Engineers and find out what they are well known for!
Some pupils in the village of Mpeni in Malawi currently have to walk 6km to get to school and walk 6km to get back from school every day, as there are not enough classrooms at their local primary school. As such, we have decided to fundraise for additional classrooms. Each class has been participating in fundraising activities throughout the year, and we completed a sponsored walk.
On Wednesday 28th March Primary 4-7 classes completed a 12km sponsored walk. Thank you to Sainsbury’s for donating water and snacks to keep us going.
Thank you to all staff and parent helpers.
Take a look at the route we did twice: once in the morning and once and after lunch
Some pupils in the village of Mpeni in Malawi currently have to walk 6km to get to school and walk 6km to get back from school every day, as there are not enough classrooms at our partner primary school. As such, we have decided to fundraise for additional classrooms. Each class has been participating in fundraising activities throughout the year, and we completed a sponsored walk.
On Tuesday 27th March Primary 1 – 3 classes completed a 6km sponsored walk. Thank you to Scotmid for donating water and snacks to keep us going.
We did it!! Thank you to all staff and parent helpers.
Look at our route:
Friends of Stockbridge School (SC042765) is a small local charity with close links to Stockbridge Primary School and seeks to support learning and development opportunities for the school and its pupils through charitable fundraising and grant funding. The charity is currently seeking a new volunteer to replace an existing trustee who is standing down in the near future. The charity has 4 trustees in total.
We would welcome any volunteers from the Stockbridge area who are independent of the school (e.g. no current direct connection to the school) who would be interested in the role to contact the charity on email@example.com. The role would require attending approximately 4 trustee meetings each year and some limited other work between meetings to support the charity aims.
Stockbridge After School Club is a non-profit charity offering on-sight professional childcare to the children of Stockbridge Primary School, during term-time, holidays and In-Service days.
They currently have a number of available spaces;
- Part-Time (P1 and P2) Mon-Thurs 2.55pm to 3.20pm £3
- Full-Time (All ages) Mon – Thurs 2.55pm or 3.20pm to 6pm £11
- Friday 12.25pm to 6pm £15
Holidays and In-Service Days 8.30am to 6pm (£27.50 on indoor days and £32.50 on trip days)
If you have any questions or would like to make a booking please contact the club directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting 07467227977.
Registered Charity Number: SCO43519
Care Commission Number: CS2013321743
Parent/Carers survey for Early learning and Childcare:
In response to feedback the council has adapted the citywide parent/carer survey specifically for Early Learning and Childcare settings.
The link to the Early Years new survey is:
The closing date for this survey is 30th March 2018.
We would urge both morning and afternoon nursery parents and carers to respond to the survey as the feedback will be used to help us plan our nursery improvement plan for next year.
P4 are holding a breakfast stall in aid of Mpeni School, in Malawi.
This Monday to Friday (12-16 March 2018) from 8.30-8.50am in the P4 classroom.
Please bring £1 and choose either hot porridge and topping OR bread and butter and a snack sized piece of fruit (bring your own bowl and spoon and we’ll wash up!).
Younger children can bring their parents.
They will be selling surplus books from the P2/3 book fair and nasturtium seedlings from the Global Giants Group.