Many thanks for all donations received so far in memory of Jordan. The JustGiving page is still open if you have not yet donated – any/all amounts are appreciated. Thank you.
Year 6 SATs
We are incredibly proud of our Year 6 children this week – they kept smiling throughout what can be a very difficult and challenging time. We now look forward to their last few weeks with us at Stanley and preparing for their end of term production.
Congratulations to Bella (Y5) and Billy (Y6) on their performances in the Blackpool Schools Pop Idol Final. Both of them sang beautifully against some tough competition. We were delighted that they finished fourth and fifth respectively.
UKMT Junior Mathematics Challenge
A huge congratulations to our Y6 mathematicians who took part in the UKMT Junior Mathematics Challenge. It is an incredible achievement to even take part in a competition of this level and we are incredibly proud of each and every one of them! (Harry (6M), Dylan (6M), Billy (6W), Polly (6W), Noah (6JR), Isaac (6W), Josiah (6JR), Vinny (6W) and Sam (6M))
A special mention to the children who achieved;
- Bronze awards: Noah and Isaac
- Silver awards: Sam and Josiah
- And massive to congratulations to Vinny who was received a Gold award!
Reminders for the Jubilee Celebration Day – Tuesday 24th May 2022
Please see below for all information about this day and all it includes – fancy dress, lunch, seesaw activity to design a crown etc.
We are asking for donations of decorations for the school and grounds, we would appreciate items like Union Jack flags, bunting, balloons and streamers in red, white and blue and any large garden games or activities that can be used on the grass. We also need donations of plain digestive biscuits for the children to decorate.
Children are not to bring footballs into school. Accidents can happen on the yards before/after school when there is not always a First Aider around. Footballs will be confiscated from children for collection by a parent.
Operation Encompass now operates throughout Lancashire police force. It helps police and schools work together to provide emotional and practical help to children. The system ensures that when police are called to an incident of domestic abuse, where there are children in the household who have experienced the domestic incident, the police will inform the school (Miss Manson) before the child or children arrive the following day. This ensures that the school has up to date relevant information about the child’s circumstances and can enable support to be given to the child.