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Welcome to Our School

Welcome to the website of Stoke by Nayland Church of England Primary School and Nursery.  We are a small yet thriving school in the heart of idyllic Constable Country.

At Stoke by Nayland, we combine a Christian ethos with ambitious academic expectations to provide an inclusive, nurturing and stimulating school environment for all of our children.

We take a holistic approach to develop each child academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually and each child is valued for their unique attributes. Children feel a sense of belonging as they become part of the Stoke by Nayland school family and are supported to become 'the best that they can be'.

Whether you are already a member of our school community, a prospective parent or an interested visitor, we hope that you find our website informative.  Please do not hesitate to contact us should you need any further information, and if you have not done so already, we invite you to come and see for yourself why Stoke by Nayland Primary School is such a special place.

Mrs Sarah Smith

Headteacher

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Performance Tables

 

Test and Teacher Assessment Results 2019

Tests

At the end of year 6, before leaving for secondary school, children take statutory tests in Reading, Maths and SPAG (grammar, punctuation and spelling). Children will receive a score based on these one-off, timed tests aiming to meet the National Standards. These figures are expressed as percentages of the year group (cohort)

Teacher Assessments

In addition, teachers monitor and assess progress and attainment throughout the year and collect evidence to show the level children are able to work at and whether they meet the National Standards. 

Raw percentages can sometimes be a little misleading as in a small school the cohort may be as small as 6 children, meaning each child is a large percentage in statistical terms.

There were 10 children in the 2019 cohort. Each child therefore represents 10%.

20% of the cohort (2/10) had Special Educational Needs.

80% of the cohort (8/10) did not start with us

Performance Data 2019 - click here
 
 

Test and Teacher Assessment Results 2018

Tests

At the end of year 6, before leaving for secondary school, children take statutory tests in Reading, Maths and SPAG (grammar, punctuation and spelling). Children will receive a score based on these one-off, timed tests aiming to meet the National Standards. These figures are expressed as percentages of the year group (cohort)

Teacher Assessments

In addition, teachers monitor and assess progress and attainment throughout the year and collect evidence to show the level children are able to work at and whether they meet the National Standards. 

Raw percentages can sometimes be a little misleading as in a small school the cohort may be as small as 6 children, meaning each child is a large percentage in statistical terms.

There were 17 children in the 2018 cohort. Each child therefore represents 6%.

42% of the cohort (7/17) had Special Educational Needs.

36% of the cohort (6/17) did not start with us (most joined during year 2 and 6% half-way through year 6)

Performance Data 2018 click here
 

 

Test and Teacher Assessment Results 2017

Tests

At the end of year 6, before leaving for secondary school, children take statutory tests in Reading, Maths and SPAG (grammar, punctuation and spelling) Children will receive a score based on these one-off, timed tests aiming to meet the National Standards. These figures are expressed as percentages of the year group (cohort)

Teacher Assessments

In addition, teachers monitor and assess progress and attainment throughout the year and collect evidence to show the level children are able to work at and whether they meet the National Standards. 

Raw percentages can sometimes be a little misleading as in a small school the cohort may be as small as 6 children, meaning each child is a large percentage in statistical terms.

There were 10 children in the 2017 cohort. Each child therefore represents 10%.

30% of the cohort (3/10) had Special Educational Needs.

Performance Data 2017 click here

Further information can be found on the DFE Link below

 

DfE Performance Tables for Stoke by Nayland Primary SchoolDoE Performance Tables for Stoke by Nayland CEVC Primary School (closed 31st May 2017).

DoE Performance Tables for Stoke by Nayland Church of England Primary School (converted to an Academy Trust on 1st June 2017)

 

 

Our Classes

Saplings - Nursery, Reception and Year 1

Maple - Years 2 and 3

Silver Birch - Years 4 and 5

Oak - Years 6

 

Curriculum

We follow the National Curriculum which is divided into the following phases at primary level:

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Stoke by Nayland C of E Primary School

School Street

Stoke-by-Nayland

Colchester CO6 4QY

 

Headteacher – Mrs Sarah Smith

Telephone: (01206) 262418

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