Stanwick Primary School
Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
About Stanwick Primary School
Stanwick Primary Academy is a local village school where there is a caring, welcoming ethos. Our children learn to be both part of a local, national and global community and they develop the skills to help them contribute as citizens. Our vision reflects a passionate devotion to every child’s learning and recognition of their uniqueness. All that we do promotes the development of each child emotionally, morally, physically, socially, spiritually and academically, providing the appropriate learning environment to achieve this. Our staff team is committed to achieving high standards and providing the very best opportunities for the children in our care. Our academy continues to develop in many exciting ways, providing even greater enriching opportunities for our children. Staff, supported by governors, work hard to deliver a rich and challenging curriculum; to prepare children for future education; and to help them acquire the skills and enthusiasm needed to pursue learning for the rest of their lives.
Stanwick Primary is part of the the Manor Learning Trust, currently a 3-school Trust with one secondary, one primary and one junior school based in and around the town of Raunds. However, it is soon to expand with two further schools due to join the Trust by September 2018.
The Manor Learning Trust's mission statement is ‘Success for All’ and our students are continually challenged to successfully complete their education, to develop self-confidence and self-esteem, and to be proactive in determining their career pathway. We are confident that the challenge and support that The Manor Learning Trust provides for students of all ages and abilities will enable them all to build a successful life. Work hard and play hard reflects our ethos and ensures we can deliver on our mission statement.
We aim to:
- provide a caring and secure environment in which tolerance, understanding and respect for others is fostered
- help all individuals regardless of their race, gender or disability to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to achieve their full potential in a rapidly changing world
- develop an understanding of, and respect for, a wide range of religious values, languages and cultural traditions and different ways of life, including an emphasis on British values
- encourage an enjoyment of life-long learning
- encourage positive parental and community involvement
- promote healthy lifestyles
- provide a curriculum that is stimulating, broad, balanced, innovative and creative celebrate achievement.