Welcome & Head Teacher’s Message
On behalf of the staff, governors and children of Stannington First School, thank you for visiting our school website. Stannington First School is a successful community school, set in a beautiful location, serving the children and their families of our local area and beyond.
We are all very proud of Stannington First School which puts at its heart our children and their learning. We aim to provide an outstanding education for all of our children which encourages children to become motivated, lifelong learners.
We have an excellent team of caring and committed staff who work incredibly hard to provide the children with a broad range of opportunities and experiences within our friendly, safe and stimulating learning environment. We understand that parents and carers are the most important people in a child’s life and are a key aspect to their child’s success at school. With their support, we are able to work together to ensure each child receives the best possible education. This is done through communication, respect and trust for one another and through working together we can ensure each child fulfils their potential.
As someone interested in our school, I hope that as you browse through our website you not only find the information that you are looking for but also learn more about the ethos of our school. However, our school is much more than the contents of this website so please feel free to visit and see our wonderful school in action; you will be very warmly welcomed.
Mrs Alexandra Palmer - Head teacher
Our Values and Ethos
At Stannington First School, we encourage children to:
- Speak individually, yet work collaboratively
- Ask questions as often as they seek the answer or solution
- Discover the best within themselves and others
- Respect all people and value their differences
- Act responsibly and care for our school, community and world
- Challenge themselves in a cherishing and nurturing environment
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Heather decided to donate her hair to the Little Princess Trust. Her hair has been sent off in the post and she has raised £235 so far! Apparently it costs £550 to make each wig! We are all so proud of her! https://t.co/O5rMRdzXHz
I hope you have all had a fantastic break and enjoyed the sunshine. 🌞 We're looking forward to seeing everyone back in school tomorrow. Details of our after school clubs are listed on the image below.
It’s #WalkToSchoolWeek! From improving physical and #MentalHealth to reducing dangerous pollution, there are many benefits to walking to school – this week, the @livingstreets campaign will celebrate these walking superpowers. 🦸♀🦸♂ #NationalWalkingMonth https://t.co/9Kpr93zsO5
It’s walk to school week! Look out for our Maths trail - there will be different questions every day this week. We’ve also hidden some badges for you to find on the way to school. What's your walking super power? #WalkingSuperpowers @N_landCouncil @livingstreets
Otter class have shown great teamwork upcycling an old pallet to make a fantastic herb garden. We think it's amazing @EcoSchools
From Monday, our school is celebrating cleaner air, safer streets and healthier children with @LivingStreets’ #WalktoSchoolWeek. Share your #walktoschool snaps with us! #WalkingSuperpowers https://t.co/1xW5kYh03E
💙🦋thank you so much for sharing – and briliant work Fern class! I look up vocab all the time, all day long as it means I don't have to keep it all in my head 🤯 https://t.co/MpOBvzi1j0
Stannington First School
Fern class have been inspired by the book 'Moth' written by Isabel Thomas. @isabelwriting