About our school
The William Stukeley Church of England Primary School opened in September 1993 as a result of the reorganisation of primary education in Holbeach.
Initially it opened in buildings previously occupied by Holbeach VC Infants’ School, but in September 1994 the school moved into its present new purpose built premises, on the site of the old Stukeley Hall.
The school was named after the famous historian and antiquarian William Stukeley who built Stukeley Hall. The school is set in beautiful surroundings which were once the grounds of the hall and are second to none.
The school is built on a single floor with 8 classrooms set around a central courtyard. It has a large school hall and extensive grounds including two large fields and three hard play areas.
The school is a co-educational Church of England (Aided) day school for children aged 4 - 11 years (Year R - Year 6).
Recently the school has developed a new Early Years outside area which includes a sensory garden, road track, sand pit, den building, writing areas and climbing equipment.
A new library was opened in 2014 within the school building in which the children can borrow books from both the non-fiction and fiction sections as well as relax and read in the atmospheric lighting.
Outside the main school building a quiet reflective area within the walled garden has been developed. This is a special place for children to spend time and think about their loved ones.
We are also proud to offer a wooded area complete with an outside classroom, in which the children can take their learning outside. The children take part in a variety of activities including den building and making fires.