Welcome to Stanton Harcourt CE Primary School
We are a small school with a big heart, serving the village of Stanton Harcourt and surrounds.
At Stanton we teach the children the importance of working hard, staying safe, showing respect and being kind, as part of their journey through the school and beyond.
Our newly developed curriculum is one which places high-quality, engaging texts at its centre and is specifically tailored to meet the needs of every child, whilst ensuring that it will ignite a joy of learning and be underpinned by our school and Christian values.
Last year, we had a brand new classroom block built which is now home to our KS1 and EYFS children. The school also has an excellent outdoor space, including an outdoor classroom and Forest School area.
We are lucky enough to receive amazing support from our local community, parents and FOSHS (Friends of Stanton Harcourt School), a dedicated committee of parent volunteers who are instrumental in raising funds for a variety of projects and resources.
Our school is part of the Eynsham Partnership Academy of schools (EPA), which includes five other local village primary schools, Bartholomew School (twice judged outstanding by Ofsted) and Heyford Park School. Our children benefit from opportunities, particularly in sport, across the seven schools, as well as from the CPD provided for staff.
At Stanton, we believe that every child should be valued, cared for and enabled to achieve their full potential in all areas.
Ginny Bayliss (Executive Headteacher)
Faye Tingley (Head of School)
|“Pupils love being part of their ‘small school with a big heart’. They can explain that this motto describes how they all work together and help each other to learn and grow. They feel safe. A nurturing culture shines through the work of all involved with the school.”||“The Christian values drive every aspect of the school’s work to ensure that every pupil achieves to the best of their ability in an extremely supportive and nurturing environment. Relationships between pupils and adults are strong so that pupils feel completely safe and cared for as individuals. “|
|Ofsted Report 2019
||SIAMS Report 2018