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Staplecross Methodist Primary School

Do all the good you can (John Wesley)

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Welcome

STAPLECROSS MCP SCHOOL – OPEN MORNING  

Tuesday 17th November 2020 – 09.30–12.00pm

Thursday 26th November 2020 – 09.30–12:00pm

 

If you have a child due to start school in September 2021, please do come and look around our friendly village primary school. One adult from each family may accompany their child/children and adults are required to wear a face mask. If you cannot make either of these dates you are welcome to ring for an appointment.

 

Staplecross MCP School                                                                                 

Staplecross

Robertsbridge

East Sussex

TN32 5QD

 

Tel: 01580 830256   Email: staplecrossoffice@thebridgefederation.org                   www.staplecross.e-sussex.sch.uk

As you all know, Google Classroom is now where children can find their work and be in contact with their teacher and each other. We hope you are finding it easy to use.

 

Under the 'Parent Info' Menu heading on the website, you will probably already have seen the Coronavirus - Health and Wellbeing Support Page with it's links to different pages. We have uploaded 2 new books under the 'Guidance for Parents and Carers' page and there is also a link to NSPCC book titles which may prove useful.

As well as the home learning packs which went home from school with the children, please look at "useful links" and individual class pages for more home learning and physical activity. We are preparing work as we go forward during school closure so it's worth checking regularly. 

Introduction & Welcome

 

Staplecross Wesleyan School was originally opened in 1845, in a site adjacent to the present building. A new Wesleyan Voluntary School was built and opened on the present site in 1901. In 1962 the premises were altered and modernised and the school continued as Staplecross Methodist Controlled Primary School. In 1988 an additional classroom was added upstairs. An entrance hall, a Head’s Office and secretarial office were added in 1993 and in 1996 a library was built.

 

In 2008, we have had a new, purpose-built Reception classroom constructed on site to provide our youngest children with a high-quality environment. Recently, we have had the fencing along the front of the school replaced, in order to improve site safety. The school has a large playing field and is in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of Staplecross village. The children are drawn from the village itself and also from many of the surrounding villages and several families come from St Leonards on Sea and Hastings. At Staplecross School we believe that early childhood education is the foundation on which children build their lives. Our school is a very small primary school, with only four classes. We encourage a family atmosphere and teach family values and attitudes in the children, within a Christian ethos.

 

We believe that children learn through experience, through everything that happens around them. We provide the children with a stimulating school environment, where their achievements are celebrated through praise and encouragement, displays of work and a system of rewards.

 

We acknowledge that the relationships children have with adults are of central importance in their development; our smaller class sizes and a large amount of adult help gives more time to each child.

 

Educating your child is a partnership between school and home and we strive to develop effective communication with parents and work closely with them to provide the best possible education. Staplecross School is a Methodist Controlled Primary School for children age 4+ to 11 and has at present 96 pupils on roll.

 

If you would like to find out more information about the school or would like to make and enquiry, please contact us.

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