‘Love others as well as you love yourself.’
Matthew’s Gospel, Chapter 22 verse 39
In our inclusive and happy school, we make sure everyone feels welcomed, valued and valuable.
Our safe and inspiring learning environment helps us work towards achieving our best, in all that we do, so that we can become independent and resilient members of our wider community.
Our shared Christian values give us a foundation of challenge and support, helping to make a positive change in the world, as we strive to create a community of respect and aspiration, preparing everyone for their future.
Hello to all our parents and carers, I do hope you had a great Christmas and New Year!
School governors play a vital role in education. We are looking for a new parent governor.
By volunteering as a governor, you can make a difference by shaping the future of children and young people.
“I wanted to give back to the community. I’m interested in education and I’ve got two children at school now so I thought it was an opportunity to learn more about education. It’s also a good way to volunteer the skills I’ve developed working in consulting and regulation. I ask questions about the school leadership and bring different ways of thinking into the governance meetings. The best thing about the role is meeting the children. They’re so far from the stereotypes of children that are bored and uninterested in learning. They’re fantastic – they’re doing some brilliant things. Schools need a range of experiences. Go for it – you don’t need a background in education. There’s real scope to make a big difference, especially at the moment.”
“My favourite part of the role is going into school and seeing the impact of things we’re doing. You can see how decisions we make are improving the students’ experience. It’s been really eye-opening. Making a strategic decision might not always feel like the right one but when you see the way it’s having an impact, you understand the reasoning behind it.”
Many of our volunteers are first-time school governors, meaning they need a helping hand to get to grips with the role. We offer a comprehensive range of training and E-modules to help you get up to speed. You will be offered a mentor from our Governing Body to help support and guide you in the role.
This short video may answer any further questions: The role of school governors and trustees
If you would like to speak with one of the governors, for a cup of tea and informal chat please let the office know. We would love to hear from you.
Chair of Governors
The Stukeley Federation
The Children’s Commissioner for England, Dame Rachel de Souza, has launched The Big Ambition, a national survey of children and young people across England.
The Big Ambition aims to hear from children across England on what they think is important! In the lead up to the next General Election, the Children’s Commissioner wants to take children’s thoughts, opinions and ideas to decision-makers, to make sure that the Government hears young people’s voices on what they think needs to be done to make children’s lives better in England.
The Big Ambition survey will be open until Friday 15th December.
The survey can be accessed here www.childrenscommissioner.gov.uk/thebigambition
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Malicious Communications has been an ongoing problem we have had in Lincolnshire for the last few years now. It is one of the top 5 crimes in which our 14-16 year olds have received a criminal conviction for. Online behaviour is something we talk regularly to children and young people about across the county within our online safety sessions. We want to also make sure parents are aware of these laws and the potential consequences our online behaviour can have in the real world, for our children’s futures. We have attached a document which outlines the different laws regarding online behaviour, this is to accompany our video aimed at parents.
Lincolnshire County Council's Community Safety Service has provided information about the website Omegle:
Omegle offers a free video chat service which will connect you to a random stranger who can interact with you through text, chat and webcam. There is no safe way to use this website and it is highly likely that users will encounter adult sexual content and risk encountering predatory behaviour.
The following factsheet has been created to educate parents on what Omegle is and how to protect children and young people from its use through encouraging the use of internet parental controls in the home.
Dear Parents/ Carers,
You will be aware that recently the school had it’s SIAMs inspection and I am pleased to be able to share the report with you all. This report is a wonderful acknowledgement of all the good work, support and shared Christian vision that everyone upholds at the school. I would like to personally thank all the children for making our visitor feel so welcomed, the staff, Governors and the parents that spoke to Mr Allen throughout the day. I feel privileged to be part of such an amazing team and community.
What a lovely way to end our first term!
Acting Head Teacher
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Measles cases are rising across the country, with over 102,000 children starting primary school in England being at risk of catching the disease.
Measles is highly infectious and if left unvaccinated nine out of ten children in a classroom can catch the disease if just one child is infectious.
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