Welcome to South Stoke School,
where individual education comes first.
Highest quality education, focused on individual learning and traditional standards that enable your child to achieve to their full potential.
Come and visit our truly unique school!
The Vision Statement of South Stoke School
South Stoke School aims to ensure that all pupils achieve and take pride in their own individual challenging goals. Children, staff, parents and governors work together to ensure that everyone is valued and has mutual respect for one another within a busy, positive, happy and secure family atmosphere, where high standards and expectations are consistently promoted.
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The School Day
08:30- Children supervised on the playground
08:50- School Starts - Registration
09:00- Morning Lessons Begins
10:45- Morning Lessons Resume
12:00- Lunch Break
13:00- Afternoon Lesson Resume
14:00- Infant Afternoon Break
15:00- Assembly (Except for Fridays in church 9:00)
15:15- End of School Day
White Polo Shirt, Navy Blue Sweatshirt or Cardigan (school logo optional)
Grey Trousers, skirt or piafore dress
White Socks, Black Shoes, Sandals in summer term only
White T-Shirt (school logo optional)
Dark Swimsuit (no bikinis)
White polo shirt, Navy blue sweatshirt (school logo optional)
Grey trousers or shorts
Grey or black socks, Black Shoes, Sandals during summer term only
White T-shirt (school logo optional)
Dark swimming trunks (not shorts)
Next Governor's Meeting: TBA
Meet our Governors:
Amanda Rogers - Headteacher, Health and Safety, Buildings, Finance, Staffing and Curriculum
Michael Rowlands - Parent Governor, Health and Safety, Buildings and Marketing
Diana Hathaway - Parent Governor, Finance and Staffing, Staff Dismissal Appeals
Andrew Goss - Chair of Governors, Marketing, Staff Dismissal Appeals
Sandra Denton - Non-teaching Staff Governor, Marketing and Child Protection
Flora Barton - Staff Governor, Curriculum and Marketing
Meet our Classes...
Our school consists of two classes, the infant class and the junior class. Both rooms are equipped with new interactive whiteboards that help to bring the curriculum to life.
Our school also has a fully equipped ICT room with new computers. This room also shelves many reference books so students can come here to carry out research on various topics, using the library, or through internet searches.
Inside our spacious classroom you will find ample space for learning and play. The room is divided into areas for both the Foundation stage and Key Stage 1 students. Our classroom also has its own ICT suite comprising five computers. We also use the ICT room for lessons as well, however, having our own computers allows for easy access within our classroom and helps to link all our subjects with ICT.
Small school, huge hearts, excellent support!
Our school has raised just under £400 pounds for Christian Aid! We all participated in many events to help raise money. We did a sponsored Fun Run, a Teddy Bear's Picnic, School Council Raffle, a 'Goatastic' Community Tea Party and played Christian Aid's Paper Bag Game. Well done to everyone who helped make this a 'Goatacular' Event!
READ ALL ABOUT IT.....READ ALL ABOUT IT.....
South Stoke Budding Writers Shortlisted!
Our Year 4 class were shortlisted for the Hoo Ha House Writing Competition. They had to create a character based on a household item and write a 100 word adventure story involving their character. Their character, Fred the Fantastic but often Forgotten Fan, can be seen at:
Follow the links to the writing competition and then to the Shortlist. All of our other characters can be seen on the entrants page.
Well Done to you all!!!
Some of our students in the junior class have now officially become published poets. Their work has been published in the Young Writer's book, A Pocketful of Poems.
Well Done to all of you! You should be very proud!
We have been covering many various topics over the past few terms. Here are just some of our boards that have been displayed in school.
Our School Clubs!
Judo meets on Monday during lunchtimes. Students go to the Village Hall to learn the fundamentals of Judo. Goes throughout the school year.
Logic and mathematically challenging games help to make children problem solvers. We have a wide range of brand new games to get into! Come and learn how to play chess, connect four, boggle among many other exciting games! This club has not yet started. We will keep you updated.
This club meets during Lunch every Thursday in the ICT room.
Movie Making Club
We will begin a short-term movie making club for a trial two weeks to focus on polictical filmaking. Come and join us in the Junior class on Mondays after school until 4:30!
Weather permitting, the football team goes to South Stoke recreation ground to practice football skills. The practices are during lunchtimes. Games will be scheduled throughout the term against other local schools.
This club meets every Tuesday during lunchtimes. All students are welcome to participate. Learn spanish through fun, games and music!