Welcome to Stephenson Way Community Primary School
This is our brand new website, and we will be working hard over the next few months to develop it fully. Our intention is to keep existing and prospective families in touch with what is going on at our school, and to celebrate the excellent work and exciting activities which our children are involved in. Also, we hope that you will find it a useful resource for a variety of purposes, including: collecting letters and forms, learning about internet safety and discovering other useful websites. If you have any questions, please telephone or email the school office.
If you would like to visit our school in person, please contact the school office and make an appointment to see our Headteacher, Mr. Cassap, or our Deputy Headteacher, Mr. Jones. Our telephone number is 01325 300324.
Current School News/Information

-School Meals: The new menus for the Summer Term have now been published. Click Here

-Parents Nights: Parents Nights are on Monday March 10th and Tuesday March 11th. Letters will be coming out to parents on Monday 3rd March with information about booking appointments.

-In the News: Did you know that we regularly celebrate what is going on at Stephenson Way in the press? Click Here for all the articles.

-Attendance: Thank you to parents for making effort to ensure that their children come to school. Our attendance is improving (it is currently 94.15%). We need to meet the government target of at least 95%. More information can be found in our Attendance Section.

-New Content: Lots of new photograph galleries, class news and scanned work have been added to the website recently. A good place to start is with 'Classes' or 'Photos'.

-Update Contact Information- It is very important that we can contact you if we need to, so please use this form to tell us about any changes to your contact information (including moving house, name change, change of mobile number, parental responsibility changes, pick up arrangements etc). Click Here

-Head Lice: Just a reminder that if we notice live head lice in a child's hair, we send the child home to be treated. Head Lice is an ongoing problem for schools. Please can parents and carers continue to be vigilant and treat hair promptly. If you need further advice, we can refer you to our school nurse.

Our Recent Photogalleries
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