Stanford School

Stanford Junior and Infant School

Living together - Learning together

Cooper Lane, Laceby, Grimsby
NE Lincolnshire DN37 7AX
Tel. 01472 318003
E. office@stanfordschool.co.uk
Contact. Miss King (Business Manager)
...Whilst everyone is Home Learning, don't forget we have lots of advice and links to help keep your child stay safe online. Click on the Home Learning Safely Online button below...
...Hope you are all keeping safe. There are lots of non-printable resources on the web to help for pupils at home - no need to use ink or paper. Hope that helps. Love from Stanford.x
...to pupils who are still coming to school - -wear your own clothes if you want to -outdoor activities will take place so dress appropriately eg sun hat, trainers, coat etc -8.55am start and key stage 2 gate will be open for you -3.15pm finish as normal -use social distancing advice at all times eg school gate -bring a packed lunch
Childline... Phone - 0800 1111... Childline.org.uk ...Online , on the phone, anytime... Keep safe....
...SPORT RELIEF...We have raised £94.03 for sports relief, massive well done to everyone involved....
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Home Learning
Safely Online

In the Classroom

See some of the fantastic learning we do every day on our Class Blogs.

Then this is it...have a look at our School Prospectus.

If you are considering applying for a place in our Foundation Stage, admissions are managed by North East Lincolnshire.

You are welcome to get more information from school.

If you live in the village and want a place in any other year group, please contact school directly. If you live beyond the village you are most welcome to enquire - we may have a space.

Contact the school on 01472 318003 or Email the office

See our Prospectus

NE Lincs online applications

Home Learning
Safely Online

Welcome to Stanford Junior and Infant School

On behalf of the children, staff and governors we wish your a very warm welcome.

At Stanford Junior and Infant School we believe our role is to ensure that all of our children achieve the best they possibly can in an environment that stimulates a love of learning. We support our children to succeed academically, socially, personally and physically. We are extremely proud of our broad and balanced curriculum, which the children are fully engaged in.

The school environment is wonderful and we all ensure our school is a calm and safe place where children feel they are able to ask for support and advice.

Within our village school we continually work hard to keep developing a team ofteachers, non-teaching and support staff that support each child in reachingtheir potential. Visitors comment on our supportive and friendly team and thepositive atmosphere within our school.

We hope, as you visit our website, you will gain a sense of the value that we place in each child and our relentless aim to ensure high standards in all areas. Please feel free to contact the school if you would like any further information. We are always happy to help and look forward to showing you our wonderful school.

Mrs L Hackfath
Head Teacher

Paper copies of documents on our website are available on request.

Please contact your child’s class teacher in the first instance if you have any concerns. If you have general enquiries please contact the school office/ Miss King, Schools Business Manager.

To pupils who are still coming to school

  • wear your own clothes if you want to
  • outdoor activities will take place so dress appropriately eg sun hat, trainers, coat etc
  • 8.55am start and key stage 2 gate will be open for you
  • 3.15pm finish as normal 
  • use social distancing advice at all times eg school gate
  • bring a packed lunch 

News and Reminders

catch it bin it kill it

Sun Safety

Getting out in the fresh air is brilliant, it’s good for our physical and emotional wellbeing. It’s never too early to think about sun safety – even on cloudy days there are risks of getting sunburn.

The NHS’ advice and guidance for sun care for babies and children is worth reminding ourselves of at any time of year, but especially with the summer months approaching.

Babies under six months should be kept out of direct sunlight. During warm, sunny weather in the UK, children of all ages should:

  • Cover up with long-sleeved shirts and long trousers or skirts
  • Wear a wide-brimmed hat that covers the face, neck and ears
  • Wear sunglasses that protect against UVA and UVB rays
  • Use sunscreen (at least SPF15) and reapply it regularly throughout the day
  • Spend time in the shade, such as under a tree or umbrella, or in a sun tent (particularly during the middle of the day)

Transition Day Cancelled

Unfortunately, due to recent event the Open Day Transition Visit at Stanford School on 1st May has been cancelled

Coronavirus

Guidance for schools, colleges and local authorities on maintaining educational provision

Coronavirus update – school closure for most pupils

Easter Letter

Update from School 17 March

Updated guidance for education settings

  • staff, young people and children should stay at home if they are unwell with a new, continuous cough or a high temperature to avoid spreading infection to others. Otherwise they should attend education or work as normal
  • if staff, young people or children become unwell on site with a new, continuous cough or a high temperature they should be sent home
  • clean and disinfect regularly touched objects and surfaces more often than usual using your standard cleaning products
  • supervise young children to ensure they wash their hands for 20 seconds more often than usual with soap and water or hand sanitiser and catch coughs and sneezes in tissues

The updated guidance can be found here.

The importance of hygiene

Personal hygiene is the most important way we can tackle COVID-19, especially washing hands more; and the catch it, bin it, kill it strategy for those with coughs and sneezes.
Wash your hands more often for 20 seconds with soap and hot water.
In addition to handwashing before eating and after sneezing, you should also wash hands after using toilets and after travelling on public transport.
Please help us in sharing simple and effective hand hygiene messages:

The e-Bug project is led by Public Health England and has a dedicated webpage for learning resources on hand washing and respiratory hygiene.
Resources are currently available for KS1, KS2 and KS3:

Department for Education Coronavirus helpline

Phone: 0800 046 8687
Email: DfE.coronavirushelpline@education.gov.uk
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)

Where to find the latest information

Updates on COVID-19: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Travel advice for those travelling and living overseas: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/travel-advice-novel-coronavirus

Washing your hands

Seedlings children have been learning a catchy song to help them to remember how to wash their hands!


Watch a different song about how to wash your hands

Are you looking to change career?

Have you ever thought about becoming a primary school teacher?

Do you have family or friends who have expressed an interest in becoming a teacher?

East of England Teacher Training are a local SCITT who are currently recruiting trainees to start our primary teacher training course in September 2020. Find out more

Congratulations

Congratulations to all our pupils who achieved last term’s reading challenge.

Today they all enjoyed their reading reward which was a visit to Stanford Library where they enjoyed stories, discussions, sharing books with friends and ‘afternoon tea’.

Well done to all! I was extremely proud of their behaviour, good manners and enthusiasm on the trip. Let’s hope the next Reading Challenge is just as successful. Good luck everyone.

You can see more pictures on our English page.

Diabetes

Find out more on the Diabetes UK website

SCOPAY

We use SCOPAY for our online payments, you may already have an account, if so great news, they’ve released a new mobile app.

For parents not yet using SCOPAY, did you know you can; pay for trips and events, club bookings and payments, or book your parents evening slot all online. Using SCOPAY allows you to top up your child’s account anywhere, anytime using a credit or debit card.

All parents have access to SCOPAY, if you have not yet registered to make online payments, please let the office know and an access code will be issued to you.
To find out more, visit www.scopay.com

Breakfast Club

Stanford’s Breakfast Club will continue for 5 mornings per week.  Please book places through the school office. The club continues to offer healthy choices of breakfast such as cereal, fruit and toast, along with a fun, physical activity such as dance, skipping or football.

School Nurse

The school nurse now has a duty line between 3-5pm. Parents can contact the nurse on 01472 323660 in order to gain advice and support.

"A Good School"

We are really proud that our recent Ofsted Inspection confirmed what everyone has been working hard to achieve, with an overall rating of Good for our school. You can see a summary of their findings in our letter to parents, or read the full Ofsted report.

You can find more stories in our News section.

Learning Powers at Stanford. Which learning powers do you use?

Guidance for schools
on maintaining
educational provision

Letters to Parents

World Book Day
2020

Newsletters

Latest Newsletter

Safeguarding Newsletter

And don't miss...

The Stanford Times

Safeguarding &
Child Protection

E-Safety

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