Our visions and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.
At Studley Community Infants we cater for children between the ages of three and seven years and as an inclusive school we believe in an active hands-on curriculum planned to meet the needs of all.
We believe that the National Curriculum gives us the freedom to be creative and meet the specific needs of our community here in Studley.
We work creatively to find imaginative links between traditional subjects to make the curriculum real for our pupils.
We provide a stimulating learning environment which is enhanced by our belief that if children learn to understand themselves and our culture through the Arts they can then appreciate the beauty of the wider world.
During their time with us our pupils will participate in many varied learning experiences including:-
- Annual performances in front of family and freinds.
- Educational visits
- Taking part in community events
- Being part of a Forest School
In 2006 we were the first school in the south of Warwickshire to be awarded Dyslexia Friendly status. We also obtained a Gold Award for our Smoke Free School Policy.
In 2007 we received a Celebration of Excellence Design Award from Stratford District Council. In addition we were awarded Healthy Schools Status.
Child Protection Statement
Studley Community Infants’ recognise our moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all pupils. We endeavour to provide a safe and welcoming environment where children are respected and valued. We are alert to the signs of abuse and neglect and follow our procedures to ensure that children receive effective support, protection and justice.
The procedures contained in this policy apply to all staff, volunteers and governors and are consistent with those of Warwickshire Safeguarding Children Board (WSCB).
The designated persons for Child Protection are, Debbie Bateman, Claire Blewett and Cherril Day.