Welcome To Stanley Road Primary School
Updated 23rd February
RETURN TO SCHOOL ON THE 8th MARCH
We are very pleased to be able to welcome back all our pupils on Monday 8th March.
The doors will be open from 8.40 - 9.00am in the morning and then there will be two pick up times in the afternoon. Children in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 will be collected at 2.50pm along with their siblings in other classes. Children in Y3 upwards will be collected at 3pm.
Please read the letter below for further information on the return to school
GOOGLE MEET SESSIONS STARTING THIS WEEK
We are starting to run live video calls for our children to meet with their teachers and classmates once a week during the current lockdown. We have sent information out via email regarding this. For further information please see the documents below...
HELPING HANDS OLDHAM
We would like to say a huge thank you to Nadeem Iqbal at Oldham Helping Hands for delivering essential food supplies to school this week so that we can distribute them to some of our families who are struggling during the current lockdown. We would also like to thank our staff and governors who have contributed additional food and vouchers to support our school community.
SCHOOL CLOSURE UPDATE
Please read the parent letter below dated 6th January and the 'Remote Learning Update' for further information on the partial school closure and how to support your child with their remote learning.
REMOTE LEARNING UPDATE
Please read the information below named 'Remote Learning Info for Parents' to learn more about the remote learning provision for pupils who are self-isolating.
CORONAVIRUS : IMPORTANT INFORMATION
If your child is self isolating, they must stay in the house and you must not bring these children to school to drop off or pick up siblings in other year groups. New legal guidance now states that breaking self-isolation rules could result in a £1000 fine. It is also a criminal offence to send a child to school who has had a test but has not received the results.
If you are self-isolating due to a suspected or confirmed case of coronavirus in your household please read the guidance here.
This year we will continue to use the Home Learning Journals for parents in Nursery, Reception and Year 1 to access the home learning for their children. Older pupils in Year 2 upwards will be using Google Classroom. Please can you make sure that children complete their home learning every day if they are not in school but are still fit and well. Please note that this home learning is only for children who are off school - those who have attended school do not need to complete the work.
If you have any difficulties accessing the home learning journals it may because you are logged into a Google account that restricts access (e.g. a school account) if this is the case please log out of the account and try again or open a 'private' or 'incognito' window in your browser.
If you would like any additional work for your child please access the excellent home learning available on the National Oak Academy website which includes video lessons for all year groups from Reception to Year 6 - https://www.thenational.academy
Please click the link below if your child has special educational needs as there may be additional work available for them on the SEND home learning journal.
Letter from Jim McMahon MP
We are very pleased and proud to share this letter with you that we recently received from Jim McMahon MP. The letter congratulates us on our recent successes in our KS2 SAT tests and are only sent out to a very small number of schools. Please click the image to read the letter...
Stanley Road in the top 5% of schools for the fourth year running!
We are delighted to announce that we are in the top 5% of schools in the country for making great progress in maths (for the fourth year running!) This is a great achievement and shows the results of the hard work put in by the children, parents and staff.
Parent Opinions of Stanley Road
"Fantastic work from all staff to ensure all children are happy and secure at school, interested in their learning and making fab progress. The safeguarding at this school is fab, children feel they are safe and can approach staff to discuss anything and that staff will listen to them. I couldn't be more pleased with the school's work."
“The teachers are amazing. I would recommend every parent to choose this school for their kids.”
“My children are always ‘buzzing’ with their learning.”
"The school has exceptionally high standards and treats all children and parents with respect. All children's needs are met to the highest standards. The school has a warm welcoming nature where staff are working really hard to do their best, always challenging children to be the best they can be. I really couldn't fault the school in anything!"
"I have always been happy with the ethos and atmosphere at Stanley Road, but Mrs Howarth and the staff have really pushed the school onto the next level."
If you would like your child to attend Stanley Road please contact Oldham Council via telephone on 0161 770 4213 or via email at email@example.com
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