Stoke by Nayland C of E Primary School
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About Stoke by Nayland C of E Primary School
Welcome to Stoke by Nayland CEVC Primary School, a successful, popular and thriving school in the heart of Constable Country.
Building on our Christian foundation and in partnership with governors, parents and pupils, we aim to provide a secure and creative environment where individuals are valued, nurtured and enabled to aspire to excellence in its broadest sense. Every child is supported in the challenge to be 'the best that they can be'.
Our ethos is based upon family values where children are known by us all and encouraged to be kind, considerate and look after each other-particularly older children caring for those who are younger.
On behalf of the staff and governors, I'd like to open our school doors to you & encourage you to come and visit our village school.
- Mrs Jane Le Grice, Headteacher
- Type: Voluntary Controlled
- OFSTED: Requires Improvement.
- Headteacher: Mrs Jane Le-Grice
- Gender: Co-ed
- Boys/Girls: 54 / 41
- Total on roll: 95
School Catchment Area
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|Last Inspection Date||07/02/2017|
|Overall Effectiveness||Requires Improvement|
SAT RESULTS - KEY STAGE 2
|Year||% achieving expected standard in r, w and m||% exceeding expected standard in r, w and m||% achieving expected standard in g, p and s||% exceeding expected standard in g, p and s|
|In 2016, SATs (KS2) changed the way in which students were graded, levels have been removed and students are now graded against the Expected Standard, students are siaad to be working towards, achieving or exceeding the Expected Standard|
|Year||% achieving level 3 or below||% achieving level 4 or above||% achieving level 4B or above||% achieving level 5 or above||Average point||Average level|