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Learning, enjoying and achieving

Welcome to our website. Here you can find essential information and experience what we feel makes our school special. Stokesley Community Primary School is both a happy place and one of high all-round achievement.

Children and their rounded development are at the heart of our mission. All our staff work hard to provide a skills-based curriculum that is vibrant, meaningful and full of memorable experiences. We are equally proud of our sporting, artistic and academic prowess.

"Stokesley Community Primary School is a place where everyone has respect for themselves, others and their environment. We foster a caring and creative environment where every child succeeds and is encouraged to be an independent learner".

We take our “Community” school title very seriously. We have a strong PTA and close links with the secondary school, library and other community provision. Within our campus we have a children’s centre, a before- and after-school care facility and a pre-school playgroup.

All our children are encouraged to achieve their very best. We have a strong commitment to inclusion with provision for every individual to maximise their potential in all areas of school life.

If you are interested in any aspect of our work please contact us and come to experience our school.

Scott McFarlane, Headteacher

 

School Notice Board

The school hopes that the majority of pupils will be resplendent in their new uniforms ...
Following a resolution by the Governing Body we have expressed an interest with the Department ...
The hard work of the staff and pupils has again paid off. We have consolidated ...
Mrs Graham has been approached by the Local Authority to fill the post of Acting ...
Hi Everyone My name is Yvonne Pickersgill I am the Community Support Advisor for Stokesley ...
It has been an interesting year in which we have embedded many of the changes ...
Many thanks to all our pupils and parents for supporting this event, we have had ...

Latest News

The school hopes that the majority of pupils will be resplendent in their new uniforms in September. There have been a few misconceptions passed around the Stokesley "Grapevine" prior to breaking up which need clarification. Please note: •The only items which need to be purchased from Elizabeths Embroidery are the school jumper and tie. •Other items can be purchased at the usual stores or online •The school hopes children will be in the new uniform by November half term but ... Read more
Following a resolution by the Governing Body we have expressed an interest with the Department of Education to convert to Academy status in September 2016. This decision has not been taken lightly. A number of issues have led us in this direction including those financial, practical and relating to the diminishing capacity of the Local Authority to support further school improvement. A number of models have been considered. We have chosen to further pursue joining the Enquire Academy Trust. Enquire ... Read more
The hard work of the staff and pupils has again paid off. We have consolidated last years good results and improved them beyond expectation. Well done to all pupils across the school. Our Foundation stage pupils improved their Good Level Of Development from 54% to 73% The Year One pupils phonics score reached 83%. Treble our score of three years ago and our best ever percentage. The Year Two Sats were our best for many years. 100% attained level 2 ... Read more
Mrs Graham has been approached by the Local Authority to fill the post of Acting Head Teacher at Ravensworth Primary School, Richmond, during the summer term. This is obviously a highly positive move for Mrs Graham and Ravensworth School itself. Mrs Graham has a number of specific roles in school which will be covered by Miss Elliott and I who, for the term, will be our Acting Deputy Head. Mrs Graham's work in the Hive will be covered by our ... Read more
Dear Parents, After Easter we are refreshing our approach for the need to arrive in school 'ready to learn'. We have an increasing number of pupils who arrive not ready. This can be due to no breakfast, or an inappropriate breakfast of sweets or fizzy drinks. Many pupils arrive in school ill equipped. This includes no homework or no PE kit. We are also going to tighten our guidelines on school uniform. After the Easter holidays pupils will receive consequences, ... Read more
Hi Everyone My name is Yvonne Pickersgill I am the Community Support Advisor for Stokesley Community Primary School. My job is to ensure that your child is happy at both home and at school – often the two places are very closely linked. What can I offer as a Community Support Advisor:- • Support Transition – moving in and out of school, moving up in year groups • Attendance / punctuality – support children to improve attendance and tackle lateness ... Read more
It has been an interesting year in which we have embedded many of the changes implemented during the previous year. The children have adopted the "Work hard, No excuses" policy with great enthusiasm. This enthusiasm has paid off in a number of ways. We have had great success in extra curricular events. The trophy cabinet is full with silverware. The orchestra performance last week was, as always, a real treat for parents and staff alike. To bring thirty pupils together ... Read more
02 April 2014 Dear Parents RE: ASSERTIVE MENTORING REPORT As parents you will receive six of these reports across the school year. The colours used in the report are as those used in previous reports:- Green is “above expected”, Yellow is “expected”, Red is “below expected”. This report is for the second half of the Spring term. You will receive two more reports this academic year for Summer term. Copies are kept in school. Across Key Stage One and Two ... Read more
Many thanks to all our pupils and parents for supporting this event, we have had some fantastic returns. As you know, NSPCC provide and invaluable service to children across he UK and your support has helped this great cause. We raised a massive £2, 966.55. Well done and thank you again.Read more
Foundation Stage Children The children will be lined up in their classroom by the staff. The children will be asked to stay in line and will be excused by the supervising adult one at a time. It is vital that staff see the adult that each child goes with to guarantee their safety. Year 1 and 2 Children The children will be lined up in the classroom by the staff and will then come onto the playground with a member ... Read more
We have a new texting service in school, parents will now receive reminders and last minute information through a text. All parents should have received a text message from us already, if you haven't this means we do not have an up to date mobile number for you. Please get in touch and let us know your new number. Thank you.Read more
As you know school milk is available to children under five. Last year school milk was made available to every child at a small cost, as a school our childrens milk is provided by cool milk. If you would like your child to receive milk please register at www.coolmilk.com , Milk costs approximately £15 per term (depending on the length of the term). Your child's milk will be delivered every school day and given out at morning break. School milk ... Read more