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World Teacher Day

We have all had a great teacher. They show a real interest in who we are, listen to our thoughts, inspire us to learn and encourage us to achieve our best, no matter what our goals are and what our starting points is. The influence of a good teacher lasts a lifetime!

The 5th October is UNESCO World Teacher Day - this is a day to celebrate the expertise, energy and passion of teachers who are the cornerstones of the ‘education system’ in the future. Some of you may even be the next teachers that one day will be developing the character and raising the aspirations of the next generation.

So, why not say “thank you” to an amazing teacher and we’ll send them a card through the post with your personal message, for free! Anyone can send a card; children, students, parents, grandparents and colleagues can all say thank you to a Teacher, Teaching Assistant, Headteacher or team.

It can be for anything; helping your child settle in, last year’s Class Teacher, helping you through a difficult time, understanding something tricky or being supportive, kind or even funny!

Please follow the link below to share your Thankyou message.

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Stanwick Primary School celebrates 'GOOD' Ofsted rating

Pupils and staff at Stanwick Primary School are celebrating after receiving a ‘GOOD’ rating from Ofsted.

During a recent inspection by the education watchdog, the school was praised for providing “a calm, friendly atmosphere in which to learn”, and commenting that “the curriculum is broad and balanced” and “the full range of subjects is taught.” “Senior leaders have an accurate view of the school....

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Kindness Week & World Book Day at Stanwick

Stanwick Academy took part in a kindness week where they had daily focusses on spreading kind words between the children in the school, as well as the wider community. The children wrote letters to each other to highlight the brilliant attributes each child gives to the school, whilst the Reception children made their way round the village spreading kind words to those they met...

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