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Our School

Our Vision

Love, Inspire, Flourish, Embrace - LIFE

The root of the ethos of Stanion Church of England Primary School is based on the two commandments in Saint Matthew’s Gospel.

‘Love the lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.’

‘Love your neighbour as yourself’

Aims of the school

Our Christian ethos underpins everything that takes place in school. As a school we aim to ensure that:

  • Each child is valued for their individual contributions and develops a positive attitude and mutual respect towards everyone in the life of the school and community.
  • Each child develops high self-esteem, confidence and a true feeling of self-worth and develops a sense of responsibility.
  • Each child acquires a set of moral values and attitudes including honesty, respect, sincerity, trust and personal responsibility.
  • Each child develops a lively, enquiring mind and life skills so that he/she will have the ability to experiment, investigate, take risks, challenge, discriminate and make informed choices whilst at school and in their adult life.
  • Each child develops the skills and attitudes necessary to work both independently and collaboratively.
  • Each child will be enriched, motivated and challenged by a broad and balanced curriculum and will be valued for all their efforts and achievements.
  • Each child will be given equal opportunities to participate in all aspects of school life and reach their full potential.

The School is an Aided School

Stanion is an Aided Church of England Primary School. It is proud to be a member of the family of C.E. schools in The Diocese of Peterborough. The school's foundation governors are appointed by the Diocese. The ethos which has developed follows the Christian principles about the worth of each individual child.

Trade Union Facility Time

In the years 2018-2022, no working days were taken by employees of the school to undertake agreed Trade Union activity. 

In 2022-2023, five working days were taken by an employee to undertake agreed Trade Union activity.

In 2023-2024, no days were taken for Trade Union activity.

Financial Information

The Governors have a responsibility to set an annual budget and ensure that the money the school receives is spent as effectively as possible to the benefit of the pupils who attend the school. The minutes to Governor Body meetings are a matter of public record.

The way a school uses its budget can be compared to other schools using the Government’s School Financial Bench Marking service which can be accessed by clicking the link.

Schools are required to publish how many employees have a gross annual salary of £100,000 or more.  At Stanion C.E Primary there are no employees who fall into this category.

Comparing our School with Others 

To compare our school with others in the locality, please visit the DfE website below.

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