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Welcome to Stanvill​e Primary School
 
Here at Stanville Primary School we are a friendly welcoming school, with an enthusiastic and committed staff. Staff work in partnership with parents, governors and the community to provide a well-planned and challenging education of a high standard within a caring environment.
 
We pride ourselves on knowing our children well and providing them with an attractive and stimulating environment in which they feel happy and secure. In addition, we aim to know our parents and families equally well and offer a range of support and training opportunities for adults. The school has an open door policy for parents. Telephone calls and visits are always warmly received and help us to get to know one another better.
 
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               Infants Playground                              Junior Playground                               Infants Trim Trail
 
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Head Teacher - Mr Andy Runacres
Deputy Head Teacher – Mrs Kate Kipps
Assistant Head Teacher - Ms Annette Dailly
Office Manager – Mrs Diane Shiels
Chair of Governors - Ms Mel Ashley
Number of Children - 253 (including Nursery)
 
 
Stanville Primary School was founded in 1937 and consists of a spacious single storey building with seven classes and a Nursery.
 
We also have a fully equipped Mini-Gym, ICT suite and a Library as well as rooms for Music, Numeracy, Special Needs and Resources. In addition we have a Family/Community Room for assisting with Family Support and Adult Learning and a Nurture Room for delivering an enhanced curriculum and Out of School Club.
 
The annexe houses the pre-school, Little Busy Bodies, which also provides wrap around service with the nursery. For further information please follow the link at the top of the website. The annexe is also used for community activities in the evening.
 
The city centre is only a short bus ride away and offers numerous cultural opportunities to enhance the curriculum. We actively encourage our children to explore Birmingham’s wide range of facilities, taking them into the city centre on a regular basis.
 
The school building stands in its own large grounds, offering excellent opportunities for learning, as well as providing environmental and sports facilities. There are separate large playgrounds for Nursery, Infant and Junior children and we also have our own allotment, sensory garden, trim trails, sports cage and field.
 
Just a few minutes away are more playing fields and Sheldon Country Park. We have good links with the Park Rangers and children are actively involved in working with the Park Rangers and at the farm. Local churches, Sheldon Library, Birmingham Airport and The Radleys shopping centre also provide excellent resources. We work closely with other local schools.
 
 
Admissions 
All admissions from Reception to Year 6 are centrally administered by Birmingham LA. Parents requiring a place in Nursery should contact the school direct to enquire about the availability of places.
 
Parents considering applying for a place for their children, or those parents requiring advice, are very welcome to visit the school by prior arrangement or contact the school office (enquiry@stanville.org, 0121 464 2322).
 
Admissions and Pupil Placements Service can be contacted at:
Complaints Procedures

We expect all our children, staff and parents to listen carefully and respectfully to each other.

Minor complaints will be dealt with by the class teacher in the first instance.  If the concern is not resolved, please contact one of the following:

  • Pastoral Achievement Co-ordinator
  • SENCO
  • Senior Leadership Team member
  • Assistant Headteacher
  • Deputy Headteacher
  • Headteacher

Complaints may be considered at one or more of the following levels:

  • Informal
  • Formal via the School Governors
  • Formal via the Local Authority

Under the terms of the Education Reform Act, there is a statutory procedure to deal with complaints by parents who feel that, in relation to the school’s curriculum, the Local Authority or Governing Body is failing to discharge its duties. The arrangements are not intended to deal with complaints about the action of Heads or individual teachers, but specifically the curriculum, including Religious Education and Worship, exemptions from the National Curriculum, and the provision of information and charging policies.

A copy of the School’s Complaints Procedure is available, on request, from the School Office.