Believe - Discover - Aspire
Welcome to Stalbridge Church of England Primary School Web Site.
It's my privilege to be the headteacher of this school. The staff and children enjoy working together to learn, grow and have fun. We love to show our school to visitors. If you would like to arrange a visit, please call the office on 01963 362487 - speak to Mrs Arnold, Mrs Pitman or myself. We would be delighted to show you around.
Mrs Sarah Lafferty-Jenkins
What sort of school?
Our school is a small, welcoming and inclusive place to be, with a family feel.We are one form entry, with just over 200 children on roll. It has a long history within the village, with many generations having attended here. Our facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and an ICT suite. We have a strong partnership with parents and carers which allow us to work together to provide the very best education for our children. We aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum, where all pupils can achieve their best. We recognise our place in the community. We have close links with the Church including attending church every fortnight.
Our Christian values ; Believe- Discover -Aspire- encompass everything that we do.
What do visitors say?
"This is a happy school where pupils learn, play and mix well. Pupils take an active role in the school, for example through the school council and eco-council, and their views are valued by staff. Pupils are respected and trusted. Pupils are proud of the school and reflect the school’s values through their general behaviour and conduct throughout the day" (Ofsted Inspection, March 2017)
Our school prayer: Dear Lord,
Thank you for our school, our friends and our teachers. Help us to do our very best and keep trying 100%. Help us to make the most of our talents and the opportunities we are given.
We are committed to providing guidance and following procedures relating to E-Safety. We are registered with the SWGFL 360 self review tool and provide a comprehensive curriculum which includes E-Safety. Our local 'safer networking' team from Dorset Police support the learning of pupils, parents and staff annually.