Stoke by Nayland CofE Primary School

'May the God of peace, ...that great Shepherd of sheep, equip you with everything good for doing his will' Hebrews 13:20-21


During our subject teaching, we try to provide our children with special enriching experiences whenever possible. 

We also try to provide as many other opportunities as we can throughout the year to build our children's 'cultural capital'.  To ensure that we offer our children as many possible opportunities for new experiences as possible we have created a MAT passport.  We have then identified where our children will encounter these experiences in our Stoke By Nayland Enrichment Plan. The passport identifies opportunities within our curriculum to enhance our children's learning. 

MAT Passport

Enrichment Plan

Visit from Mary Anning to Saplings Class - Saplings Class started their dinosaur topic with a visit from Mary Anning, who told them about her life as an English fossil collector.
Whole School Trip to the Zoo
Laying poppy stones at the war memorial
Willow Weaving - Groups of children have been working with Bernard Bailey over a number of weeks to redo the willow weaving around the base of the chestnut tree.
Whole School Trip to the Ark - The children were amazed by this half-sized replica! The children enjoyed looking at the different exhibitions of bible stories as they explored the boat.
Whole School Puppet Show - The puppet show 'kick started' our whole school story telling topic. Children heard different stories depending on their age group. The children also took part in a puppet workshop as part of their experience.
A collection of photos from our history day, science fair and den building activities