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‘Pupils thoroughly enjoy attending this school.’


‘Leaders ensure that this school is not only a great place for pupils to learn and achieve but also a great place to work.’

Read our OFSTED Report 2019 and find out more! 

OFSTED Report 2019

OFSTED News 2019 for parents


Interim Headteacher: Mrs Justine Clovis


 OFSTED 2015  …behaviour and safety of the children is outstanding, characterised by exemplary conduct around the school and attentive listening.

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Our school is located on a large attractive site with lots of green space which supports outdoor learning and our school building provides us with excellent facilities including generous ICT and library facilities which support life long learning and a ‘Space for Sports and Arts’ for school and community use. We have a truly excellent learning environment for the children.

Our vision is to ‘Lay the Foundations for Life’ to ensure our children have developed vital skills for the future.  Thus, we go beyond the National Curriculum providing a value driven curriculum that promotes Restorative Practice, Emotional Well-being and ‘LifeSavers’ – financial education. We strive to raise aspirations, develop talents and to ensure that all children receive a rich, broad and balanced curriculum and we promote ‘adventurous learning’ by working in partnership with services across the City – Libraries, Museums, Galleries and Leisure Services.

We value achievement and attainment. In recognition of this we have been awarded the Basic Skills award on a number of occasions. We have also been awarded the Primary Science Quality Mark, the Health and Well-being Award, the School Games Award for delivery of the National Sport Strategy and Investors in Pupils for promoting pupil voice. We are also very proud to have been awarded the Gold Awards for the Liverpool Reading Quality Mark and the Liverpool Counts Numeracy for Life Quality Mark.  We are currently preparing for the Arts Mark too to reflect our rich curriculum that provides opportunity and wide ranging experiences for our children.

Such awards reflect our drive for high standards and our aspiration, how hard everyone in our school community works together and the value we place upon the support we receive from our families.


We are committed to keeping children safe. We provide a safe environment in school for the children and promote good behaviour. The curriculum includes materials and activities designed to help children to develop self confidence, healthy attitudes and personal safety. All our staff have received ‘Child Protection’ training.

‘We love to read and count at Stockton Wood!’

 Check out our website to find out how our school community uses maths in every day life and to find out how you can encourage reading for pleasure!


Congratulations to Ella for being elected as a Junior Lord Mayor in our City!  Aspiration at the heart of our community

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