Our Approach

Our Approach and Vision

As part of our dedication to continuous improvement, all stakeholders at Stoke Row – pupils, parents, staff, governors and the Stoke Row community – work together to set a vision for the school to enable our pupils to be their very best.

“A small school with a bright future”


At Stoke Row School we aim for our children to have the brightest futures, each one nurtured individually to be a guiding light with a unique sparkle. We teach one another to live with kindness and respect. We help our children to understand that with courage and perseverance they can excel.

We aim for all pupils make excellent progress in all areas, so that that they develop physically, creatively, socially, emotionally and spiritually as well as academically;

There are equal opportunities for all regardless of gender, religion, race, culture, ethnicity or physical ability;

Pupils and adults respect each other, valuing their differences as well as their similarities;

There are high expectations for all;

Pupils and adults respect each other, valuing their differences as well as their similarities;

Pupils, staff, governors and all those associated with the School are committed to the provision of opportunities for development and to the promotion of a life-long love of learning;

We work with the wider community, sharing skills, expertise, resources and time, to improve the quality of learning both within school and beyond the school gate;

There is a system of self-evaluation and strategic school improvement planning, designed to achieve continual improvement in pupil outcomes while at the same time ensuring that the school is both robust and sustainable in a rapidly changing world;


Our key school development priorities for the academic year 2021-2022 are:

A: To raise outcomes for all pupils in maths, with children taking ownership of decision making in maths.

B: To raise outcomes in writing in literacy and non-core subjects.

C: Maintain quality of leadership during the interim headship, driving continued school improvement.

D: Consolidate planning for progression across all curriculum subjects and ensure this is evident in classroom practice.