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Stamford Bridge Primary School
Godwinsway, YO41 1DA, UK Stamford Bridge
+44 (0)1759 372400

Stamford Bridge Primary

We help children to develop lively and enquiring minds through a varied and stimulating curriculum. We encourage them to acquire knowledge and skills which will not only enable them to be successful at school, but right through into adult life. We hope to inspire each child's individual self-expression through creativity, and the school is well known for excellence in music.

"This is a good school. Its strong family atmosphere enables pupils to care for each other, behave well and enjoy their work and friendships."
OFSTED Report 2007

A village school was first built in Main Street in 1795 as a result of a legacy left by Christopher Wharton. Education was provided free for 12 poor boys and 6 poor girls who had to provide one shilling a year for kindling. Pay scholars were also taught and by 1822 the school population numbered 30. 1874 saw compulsory education and in 1911 the East Riding County Council took over and built a school on the present Church Road site.

This original building was modernised and extended in 1968 and because of the rapid development of the village a further extension was added in 1978. In April 1983 a new infants building, in Godwinsway, Stamford Bridge, was added to the school. Built for 120 infant children it makes the school a split site establishment, but adds greatly to the educational provision for the children. In 2000 this building was also extended.

At present we have FOUR classes in the Infant Department and SIX classes in the Juniors. The School Governors work hard to keep class sizes below 30.

We have a reputation for high standards of academic achievement and a strong musical tradition, emphasised by our successful OFSTED report of 2007


  • read fluently and accurately, with understanding and feeling.
  • develop a legible style of handwriting and satisfactory standards of grammar, spelling and other language skills.
  • communicate clearly and confidently in speech and writing.
  • listen attentively.
  • learn how to acquire and record information from various sources.
  • acquire computer technology skills.
  • understand the application of mathematical ideas in school, home, and local area.
  • master basic scientific ideas.
  • investigate solutions and interpret evidence, to analyse and to solve problems.
  • develop self- awareness and sensitivity to others, acquire a set of moral values and to develop habits of self discipline and acceptable behaviour.
  • know about geographical, historical and social aspects of the local area and the national heritage, and to be aware of other places and links between local, national and international events.
  • develop a degree of skill in music, drama, arts and crafts and sports.


Autumn Term 2007
Commences: Tuesday 4th September.
Half Term: Close Friday 19th October
Re-open on Tuesday 30th October
Ends: Friday 21st December.

Spring Term 2008
Commences: Tuesday 8th January.
Half Term: Close Friday 8th February
Re-open on Monday 18th February.
Ends: Thursday 20th March

Summer Term 2008
Commences: Tuesday 8th April.
May Day: Monday 5th May.
Half Term: Close Friday 23rd May
Re-open Tuesday 3rd June.
Ends: Tuesday 22nd July.

Autumn Term 2008
Commences: Tuesday 2nd September
Half Term: Close Friday 24th October
Reopen Monday 3rd November
Ends: Friday 19th December

Spring Term 2009
Commences: Tuesday 6th January
Half Term: Close Friday 13th February
Reopen Monday 23rd February
Ends: Friday 3rd April

Summer Term 2009
Commences: Tuesday 21st April
May Day: Monday 4th May
Half Term: Close Friday 22nd May
Reopen Monday 1st June
Ends: Friday 17th July

Please Note – For academic year 2008/2009 there is one further training day yet to be decided.

Under Regulation 12 (2) of the Schools Regulations, 1959, of the Department of Education and Science, a pupil may be granted leave of absence during term time for not more than 10 days in any calender year to accompany the parent on annual holiday.
A holiday form (available from the School Office) should be completed by the parent and returned to the School before the period of absence.

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