Stanton St Quintin School provides an education for children between the ages of 4 and 11. The school is organised into five classes, accommodating about 130 children. We have a nature area, gardens and a pond to enable children to study plants and creatures in their natural habitat. The younger children have the benefit of a purpose built outside learning area to extend their learning beyond the classroom. Stanton St Quintin is small but dynamic with a committed staff who provide a broad and balanced curriculum in a friendly, caring atmosphere. Our aim is to enable the children to become purposeful, independent learners. The school receives a great deal of support from parents and enjoys a good reputation in the community. Our school is a happy place. The children are motivated and encouraged to achieve their best. They take pride in their school as well as their achievements. Mutual respect is the foundation of all relationships within the school, for children and adults.
Our History The original part of the school was built more than 150 years ago. This was further extended in 1954 to provide two classrooms, a large hall and office space. Accommodation has been further extended through the use of a pratten hut and mobile classroom. The school is situated in its own grounds, which include a large playing field and a tarmac playground and a fun activity trim trail. We have a nature area, gardens and a pond to enable children to study plants and creatures in their natural habitat. The younger children have the benefit of a purpose built outside learning area to extend their learning beyond the classroom.
Community Links We enjoy good links with Buckley Barracks, the neighbouring Army base,as well as our local church - the Padré Brian Millson and Rev Andrew Evans regularly attend school assemblies.
The village's Baby and Toddlers Group meet in the school hall on Wednesday mornings 9-10.30am.
Brownies on Wednesday evenings in the school hall: 6-7.30pm.
CLOGS - a local singing group meet on Tuesdays 7.30-10.00pm.
Yoga, run by Mrs Parsons, meet on Monday and Thursday evenings: 7pm-8.30pm.