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Welcome to Stutton Primary School

 

The staff, governors and children are very pleased to welcome you to Stutton Primary School. We are dedicated to ensuring that every child is valued as an individual and is given the opportunity to share their own strengths and talents. We are a Church school, and promote an ethos of Christian and British values reflected in the relationships and everyday life of our school.
We are situated at the heart of the beautiful village of Stutton and are fortunate to have Stutton Young Explorers Playgroup on our site. We enjoy close links with Stutton Young Explorers, local primary schools and Holbrook Academy.
Places are available for the upcoming academic year and we warmly welcome prospective parents and children to visit us at any time.
Anne Clarke – Headteacher
2017/18 Term Dates Information about Academies and MATs Questions & Answers from meeting with ASSET Education

Re: Ofsted Inspection Report: January 2018

The following comments were received during our recent Ofsted Inspection. The full report can be found above.

The school is an extremely happy place.

The school provides a caring, inclusive environment, where relationships are strong between adults and pupils.

Pupils enjoy learning and playing together.

A strong moral code underpins the school’s values.

Pupils are happy, confident, courteous and well mannered.

Pupils say the school is a safe place and there is always someone to talk to if they have any concerns.

The teaching of writing is strong.

Teaching in subjects such as art and modern foreign languages is strong.

Teachers ensure that pupils develop their mathematical skills and provide plenty of opportunities for pupils to develop their problem-solving and reasoning skills.

Reading is a strength of the school.

Pupils who have SEN and/or disabilities make good progress.

Pupils’ work is of a high standard.

Pupils are proud of their school.

Children know their opinions are listened to.

Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is promoted well.

Early Years – The indoor and outdoor areas provide a range of interesting learning opportunities matched to children’s interests, needs and different levels of ability.