Learning Without Limits
Stratford St Mary Primary School is a small village primary, set in approximately three acres of land and situated in the heart of the village. We sit in the Stratford Vale (AONB), on the edge of the Suffolk/Essex border, just off the A12.
We are proud of our little school, our children and our links to the local community. We are committed to enabling every child to ‘Learn without limits.’ Come and visit us!
At Stratford St Mary Primary School, we take safeguarding very seriously. If you have any concerns about a child in school, please contact the school’s Designated Safeguarding Lead who is Mrs Karen Bilner (also PREVENT lead) or the Alternative Designated Officer who is Miss Rachelle Jones. The Designated Safeguarding Governor is Mrs Hilary Cairns.
If you need any further information, would like a paper copy of any of the information on the website or would like to view our school, please do not hesitate to contact me.
About Our School
Our primary school is in the heart of the village. We educate approximately 90 pupils aged 4-11 and there is an independent pre-school based on site. We are a family orientated, caring school providing an excellent and enjoyable education which enables all children to achieve their full potential.
This week during their Geography lessons, the Year One children have been learning about the country they live in . They have found out the different features in a town setting and a countryside setting. They created their own town or countryside using resources...
On Thursday 19th April, some of the Swans class were involved in a Futsal tournament at Inspire, Suffolk. The children played several matches against other schools, scored some goals, conceded some goals, but all had a good time! Well done children.
This week the children enjoyed their Forest Fun session in the sun. They walked past the pond and decided to take a look. The were happily surprised to find a frog poking his head out of the water! They stood quietly and then another frog poked his head out! The...
The Year One children stayed for the Phonics Club after school to practise their phonics skills. The children had fun using their phonic knowledge to play games, reading real and nonsense words. Great work Kingfishers. [gallery...
On Thursday 19th April, the Owls class went to the Schools' Farm and Country Show at Trinity Park in Ipswich. There was so much to see and do. In the morning, we had a ride on a tractor, examined some of the latest farming technology and then went to the animal barn,...
A big 'Thank You' to all the children and parents who visited the book fair. With your support we have earned £232.61 of free books and resources for our school. Thank you again.