Keep up to date with all the latest news from our school.
See what Year 1 have been up to in a very busy week coming back to school.
Our BEST award winners for Autumn Term 2
An end of term message from Mrs Taylor, saying a fond farewell to some and a warm welcome to others.
Our children have been competing in cross country and basketball.
Find out how much our amazing Friends of Stanmore have raised for the school this term.
Find out what Year 1 have been up to this week.
A letter of introduction from Mrs Taylor, our new Headteacher.
Re-live the magic of the Christmas Fair and the people who made it such a big success.
A visit from a queen and working on our multiplication skills.
Mr Johnson says farewell and reflects on his time at Stanmore as he returns to Stoke Park Junior school.
Friends of Stanmore - great prizes in our raffle this year.
Part, part, whole; and Emily Brown. Find out what has been happening in Year 1 last week.
We are lucky to have students from University of Winchester coming in to work with our pupils on a whole school art project
Nativity Chalet is inspired by drawings created by pupils at Stanmore Primary School
Mrs Lowy led a merry band of teachers, parents and children in a 2 hour tidy-up of the school grounds.
Friends of Stanmore buy new reading books for our children.
Find out more about our learning in Year 1 this week.
Mrs Taylor starts as our new Headteacher at the beginning of December.
Find out what we will be doing as a school in Anti-Bullying week.
Friends of Stanmore - more cake and fund raising for our school
Find out what has been happening in Year 1 from Monday 5th - Friday 9th November 2018.
Mrs Sharon Taylor has been appointed as our permanent Headteacher.
For an overview of our 2019 residential trip, you can see the slides from the presentation given in October and a couple of videos to help you and your child find out more about Coldover Hall.
Two charities were nominated by Karra and Katie; British Diabetic society and Young Carers. Both girls gave compelling reasons why the charities should be chosen and by a narrow margin, Winchester Young Carers was chosen as this years’ adopted charity.
Friends of Stanmore - selling like hot cakes.
The Assessment Information Evening gave parents the opportunity to understand more about the curriculum and how children are assessed.
We have a vacancy for a parent governor which we need to fill as soon as possible. Stanmore Primary School has always aimed for a partnership with parents which undoubtedly brings great benefits to the children. One of the most significant ways you can help in promoting this aim is to volunteer to be a parent governor.
Our new home learning policy explained.