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  A Warm Welcome

I am extremely proud to be Executive Headteacher of Stillington Community Primary School. Stillington is part of the FST Primary Schools Federation. We are a small rural school that takes great pride in meeting the individual needs of every child through a carefully tailored, exciting and individualised curriculum.

Through federation we aim to provide an atmosphere of staff teamwork and skills sharing to ensure our practice is constantly developing in line with the latest approaches. Children access many curriculum enhancements across the group of schools which brings their curriculum to life.


If you are looking for a school that will ensure that your child will:

  • Be happy and enjoy coming to school
  • Be known well by all staff
  • Be cared for as an individual
  • Be immersed in an ethos that promotes kindness and understanding of others
  • Achieve their full potential
  • Get many opportunities beyond the expectations of the national curriculum
  • Experience an exciting and motivating curriculum
  • Take part in daily sport sessions
  • Have access to high quality before and after school provision
  • Be recognised for their talents
  • Be part of a thriving school and wider community

Then we look forward to hearing from you to see what an amazing primary school experience we offer our families.

Sarah Moore

Executive Headteacher –Stillington Primary School

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“Children in early years are confident and happy. They benefit from a wide range of interesting activities in a stimulating indoor environment.”

“Pupils, particularly those in key stage 1, are provided with interesting and relevant contexts for learning.”

“Pupils display good conduct and value their school community”

“Pupils feel very well cared for, and their parents agree.”

“Pupils make strong progress in phonics because teaching is motivating and effective.”

“Pupils enjoy coming to school.”

Read our full Ofsted report here

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