Our School Family
Leonard Stanley C of E Primary School will maintain a happy, secure, Christian environment where each member of the school feels valued and where each pupil acquires a high quality education.
A very warm greeting to you from all of us here at Leonard Stanley C of E Primary School. At our school, we aim to provide children with a happy, secure and stimulating learning experience underpinned by a caring Christian ethos. We believe that all children have the right to be respected and have the responsibility to learn how to respect others. As an accredited “Outdoor Learning School”, the fundamental importance of respect is of course extended to the world we live in; its peoples, places, plants and animals.
Our school strives to support and encourage our children to become confident, independent learners with a thirst to continually develop and progress in all aspects of their lives. We offer creative learning opportunities that stimulate, excite and enrich. At our school, we place the quality of relationships as a high priority for our staff, governors, pupils and parents and therefore, have the expectation that everyone within the learning environment will respect and support our school values.
We want the same things that you want for your child. In order to achieve this, we rely on our home-school partnership. We encourage parents and carers to get involved in the life of the school and the children’s educational journey. After looking through our website and reading our prospectus please come and see for yourself all that we have to offer you and your child.
At Leonard Stanley C of E Primary School we aspire to “Love, Laugh and Learn…for Life!”
WHAT IS A CHURCH OF ENGLAND (AIDED) SCHOOL?
• provide a Christian foundation for their pupils
• develop a sensitivity towards other faiths
• aim for excellence in all aspects of life
• aim to be part of the local community, sharing its concerns and providing support
• promote positive relationships and a welcoming, caring atmosphere
`Aided’ School Governors, in addition to their normal duties:
• control admissions to the school
• decide on the religious education syllabus
• provide and maintain the school buildings
• appoint and employ the school staff
To find out more about the Diocese of Gloucester (whom Leonard Stanley Primary School is aided and supported by) go to the Diocese of Gloucester website. There is also information about the provision of schools by the Diocese available in the 'Schools' section of their website.
St. Swithun's Church
Leonard Stanley C of E Primary School is very fortunate to have St. Swithun's Church in Leonard Stanley situated a short walk from the school. The school uses the church for worship, celebrations and learning.
The church also runs free quarterly craft and activity sessions on a Saturday afternoon for pre-school and school children. These are organised and run by a dedicated team of volunteers. The details for which are sent home in your child's book bags a few weeks before the planned event. When you receive your form just fill out some contact details and return into school/Early Years.