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Stockingford Junior School
Grove Road, Nuneaton,CV10 8JY
02476 382167

Welcome To Our School

Everything we do here aims to help our students learn and enjoy their lives. There are a million and one ways to do this and over the hundred years that Stockingford has been going, we have probably tried many of them!

Times change and so we welcome anyone who can support the school through their own talents and interests.

Being a large and well established school enables us to absorb and respond to individual needs. We respect the best from our long history and keep our eye on new horizons.

Flicking around this site will start to tune you in to our particular school but don't forget to come and visit us, in person, any day.

We look forward to getting to know you, working creatively together for the good of everyone in this part of the world.

Kevin Smart

Mission Statement

At Stockingford we are caring and thoughtful of each other. By firing the imagination and giving rein to curiosity we enable children to feel successful, achieve high standards and become lifelong learners.

Our Students

Y5 Victorian Evening - 21st November 2007

Y5 hosted a very successful Victorian evening, inviting parents and grandparents to sample life in the 19th Century.

On arrival, we were greeted by excited Victorian children, welcoming us to an evening of intrigue and elegance.

In the Drawing Room, pupils were waiting to sketch portraits in silhouette.

A variety of handicrafts were being made in Mrs Doyle’s room. Visitors could create a kaleidoscope, sew a sampler, fold paper to make a gift box or make a corn dolly.

In the Parlour, there was a tempting selection of Victorian food to try – dainty cucumber sandwiches, steaming oxtail soup, buttered scones and Victoria sponge.

While adults sipped cups of tea, children drank ginger beer and traditional lemonade.

Victorian wooden toys were on display in Mr Talbot’s room. Many children took up the challenge of making a somersaulting acrobat or a spinning top.

The Music Room was host to an evening of delightful Victorian entertainment, beginning with a dance by Y5 girls. This was followed by a spine-chilling performance of the tale of Dr Crippen.

The corridor outside Y5 had been used to recreate the atmosphere of the Great Exhibition of 1851. Many wonderful inventions were on display, from a stamping machine, to a gift-wrapping machine, to a Wow box. It was obvious that a lot of thought and effort had gone into creating these masterpieces.

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