Our School caters for pupils aged four to eleven years and is organised into seven single age classes in spacious bright classrooms. A large outdoor classroom is provided exclusively for the Early Years. KS1 children are taught in small classes and we can provide experienced teachers and support staff with excellent adult to pupil ratios.
Close liaison is maintained with feeder Secondary Schools including local grammar schools and with Stickney William Lovell School in particular. An internal path links our two schools where Breakfast Club, sports and music facilities together with after school clubs are provided for our pupils.
Stickney Primary School has a Creative Curriculum which was graded "outstanding" in our recent Ofsted Inspection of February 2013. The Creative Curriculum encompasses all core and foundation subjects and therefore enables us to provide a high standard of teaching and learning.
The curriculum is organised into six topics thoughout the year and the topic webs are published under the class information for each year group every term.
In Key Stage 1 the pupils are taught phonics using the Read,Write Inc Scheme and taught to read mainly using the Oxford Reading Tree Scheme.
There is more in depth information about our school curriculum in our school prospectus which can be accessed through the Parents section of the website.