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stanton

primary school

WELCOME TO

STANTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

Welcome to our website!

We are a small village school set in large grounds with super children, friendly staff and supportive parents and governors!

Our school ethos is to create a safe, caring, happy and stimulating learning environment where everyone feels valued and included in our school family. Our school motto 'We can... We will!' highlights our drive to aim for personal excellence in all we do!

Our committed staff provide an environment where individual needs are met to enable all our children to achieve their full potential and equip them with life skills necessary to prepare them for their future... And for them to leave each day with a smile on their face!

If you would like to book an appointment t come and look at our school in action, please ring to book an appointment.

Thank you for visiting!

Mrs Carla Norris (Headteacher)

Squirrel Class

We followed instructions to make 2d shapes with our geo-boards. We enjoyed finding out about the properties of shapes and talking about the shapes that we made. 

As part of our shape, space and measures unit of work, we had to give instructions using positional language. We blindfolded our partners and had to give them specific instructions of where to move. It was quite challenging making sure that the instructions were clear and specific enough! 

The Year 1 children used a grid to show the position of the Compare Bears. 

The Squirrel's enjoyed a school sleepover. We went on a nocturnal animal hunt with our torches - look at the animals that we found! 

When we came in from the cold, we completed lots of nocturnal animal craft activities, got into our pyjamas and watched The Wind in the Willows and then we had hot chocolate with marshmallows and a bedtime story. 

In the Squirrel class, we have been learning about materials. We had to describe the different materials to our partner. We weren't allowed to look at the materials until after we had described them so that we used different senses.