Covid-19 Information

We are clear about the measures that need to be in place to create safer environments in school to minimise any risks from coronavirus.

You can view our Covid-19 Risk Assessment here:

Risk Assessment

Sturry CE Primary School is part of The Stour Academy Trust which has a clear Christian Vision for its church schools.

God’s children together on a journey to excellence creating equal opportunities for all.

“For the body is not one member, but many.”

- 1 Corinthians 12:14.

If you want to know more about our school, please take a good look around our website where you can find lots of information about our school. You can scroll through this page and then use the navigation at the top of this page for even more information.

 

How to apply

To apply for a school place, you need to apply through Kent County Council before 15th January 2021 and choose Sturry CE Primary School as your preference on your application.

Follow the link below to apply for a place online.

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Video presentation for children starting in September 2021

Our traditional open morning/evening would have included a presentation to parents, where we would share information about what our school can offer your child.

With only limited visits to the school site this year, instead you can watch our video presentation that will give you the same information!

Joining our EYFS

Take a look at the video we made for our EYFS children and parents who started with us this September.

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An Engaging Curriculum

Within carefully selected topics, our children make meaningful links between Art, Music, History, Geography, Design Technology, English, Mathematics and Science.

They are helped to understand how these subjects bring a deeper understanding to their lives, other people and the world. 

Children are given the opportunity to attend numerous educational visits linked to their topic and are regularly visited by a variety of interesting professional who give talks or provide exciting workshops.

Wrap Around Care

We recognise the importance of providing childcare options to assist working parents.

Sturry CE Primary School is open from 7:30am – 6:00pm Monday to Friday.

As well as our Breakfast Club and After School Club, we offer a range of free Extra-Curricular Clubs every term that children can take part in after school.

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Engaging and rich EYFS experiences

Our children are excited and motivated to engage in rich and challenging experiences, both inside and outside of their classroom. We have high ambitions for all of our children, with staff planning carefully to meet each child’s needs and stage of development, ensuring our children get off to a great start in their education. Child initiated play based learning is at the heart of our practice. where we carefully plan for opportunities, activities and experiences that develop all of our children into independent, resilient and confident learners.

Rising 4s

Do you want to help your child’s transition into their first year at school?

Then join our Rising 4s facebook group!

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Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand

Our school community use the miracle that Jesus performed through God’s power, to help them remember to share all we have with others. Watch members of our Lighting the Candle group read this miracle.

Our Christian Vision

As the sponsor school of The Stour Academy Trust, we actively promote collaboration in order to continue the growth and development of God’s children, including those beyond our border. We are driven by our commitment to the children’s well-being and education, enabling all of our children to flourish and become life-long learners.

Listen to our Christian Vision in our children’s own words.

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Take a look back at last year

It was a memorable year for all children, parents and staff at schools in The Stour Academy Trust.

What do we get up to?

One of the best ways to get a feel for what our school is like is to look through our newsfeed below. Here you will find just a taste of what it is like to be a pupil at Sturry CE Primary School. Click on the ‘Load more’ button to view even more examples or take a look at our facebook page.

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Monkeys read the story of Daniel and the Lions.  In this Bible story they learnt that Daniel was told to stop praying to God for 30 days and instead pray to the King. However, Daniel loved and respected God so he continued and was thrown to the lions to be eaten.  God sent an angel to save him and he was spared.
 
The children made the lions cave with bamboo and re-enacted the story.  They also made love hearts for the prayer cloud, describing who they loved and respected and why.Image attachment

Monkeys read the story of Daniel and the Lions. In this Bible story they learnt that Daniel was told to stop praying to God for 30 days and instead pray to the King. However, Daniel loved and respected God so he continued and was thrown to the lions to be eaten. God sent an angel to save him and he was spared.

The children made the lions cave with bamboo and re-enacted the story. They also made love hearts for the prayer cloud, describing who they loved and respected and why.
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Year 2 travelled in a time machine and met Samuel Pepys! He told year 2 all the scenes he witnessed during the Great Fire of London!Image attachmentImage attachment

Year 2 travelled in a time machine and met Samuel Pepys! He told year 2 all the scenes he witnessed during the Great Fire of London! See MoreSee Less

Remember to check out our Rising 4s group to get your child ready for the transition to reception year! 😁👏

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Remember to check out our Rising 4s group to get your child ready for the transition to reception year! 😁👏

www.facebook.com/groups/392222308855610
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Year 4 went on a traffic count today to assess the impact of different forms of transport on the environment. Make sure you ask them what they found out! See MoreSee Less

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Did you find that a large amount of Lorrie were travelling through Sturry maybe on their way to cross the channel?

Year 1 had a fabulous time toasting marshmallows as an introduction to their topic. Why don’t you ask them what they’re learning about this term – or can you guess? See MoreSee Less

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