It's the last day of the school year. Thank you for an amazing year. We can't wait to see you all next term.
Goodbye year 6! You've been amazing. Good luck....we will miss you!
Photos and memories
Inspiring confidence, compassion, character and fun!
Our children deserve the best and that is what we want for them. We want them to be able to achieve in all areas in a safe and happy environment, to find satisfaction in their achievements and realise their potential to the full. We want our children to be confident and excited about meeting new challenges. We want them to learn the importance of working with others and to grow up to be tolerant individuals who respect and appreciate others.
We feel it is very important that home and school work closely together. Through a strong partnership we can share our expectations, develop understanding and celebrate children’s successes.
Andy Kitchen Headteacher
Our teachers are very excited about meeting their new class after the summer holidays. They have created some videos to say hello! Key Stage 2 children - your videos are in your google classroom.
Silly Squad has been announced as the 2020 Summer Reading Challenge theme, offering children and families the chance to read, laugh and be silly together during the difficult times we're experiencing. The all-new digital aspect of the Summer Reading Challenge will help to keep children reading over the summer and support parents and carers with children already at home. This year's funny theme will see your little ones reading 6 (or more!) books of their choice over the summer and unlocking digital rewards, videos and activities. While completing the challenge, young readers will meet The Silly Squad, a team of animal friends who love to go on adventures and get stuck in to all different kinds of funny books - but keep an eye out for the mystery baddy, who is up to no good....
The wellbeing of our Stafford Leys community - pupils, parents and staff - is important to us, especially at the moment. Click on the link below for wellbeing support during Covid-19.
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