Ofsted - 2017

'Leaders have created an inclusive ethos in the school, in which every pupil is valued'.


"High levels of challenge were matched to the high ability of many of the students"


"Year 11 students say that "it is much stricter now" and they welcome the improvements in behaviour"


"Students say the academy is better and they enjoy learning now"


"Students were confident that issues would be dealt with by staff"


"Students move around the academy calmly and ...patiently"

11 May 2020: ATLP response to last night’s Ministerial speech

Many of you will have seen last night’s speech, by Boris Johnson, in which he outlines a number of stages, now that the virus appears to be past its peak. We know that as part of this, reference was made to education, albeit high level. It is important to recognise that the Prime Minister’s words were heavily caveated and conditional: “If we as a nation begin to fulfil the conditions I have set out, then in the next few weeks and months, we may be able to go further. In step two at the earliest by June 1st after half term, we believe we may be in a position to get primary pupils back into schools, in stages, beginning with reception, year 1 and year 6. Our ambition is that secondary pupils facing exams next year will get at least some time with their teachers before the holidays.”

We recognise that this will be causing angst for children, pupils, parents and staff. At this time all schools are awaiting further guidance from the Department for Education which we are expecting later this week. It would be remiss of us to speculate on the detail but assure you that we will be in touch once we are in receipt of more information.

Whatever decisions we take in our schools, we will be guided by the advice at the time. We are committed to supporting all of our children, staff and parents at this difficult time.


KS3 students are able to complete their knowledge organiser, the extended learning suggested on their knowledge organisers and their timetabled lesson content for each subject. All KS3 students should have their own hard copy knowledge organiser. To access their timetabled lesson content please follow the steps below:

  1. Click the link below (School Closure Work)
  2. Select the appropriate year group
  3. Select the subject
  4. Browse the work available to locate the lesson
  5. Use the revision strategies to help students commit learning to their long term memory

If you are experiencing any difficulties accessing this information, would like clarification on any of the work set or have any other issues that you would like to contact school about, we have set up House email groups, which will enable parents to access the relevant staff directly, rather than face delays by trying to phone the school.

Please use the appropriate email address below depending on which House your child is in:



To support all schools with a continued focus on reading, The Birmingham Education Partnership BEP has shared a FREE resource to help children and young people reading at home.  The following link:  https://readon.myon.co.uk/ takes you straight to the resource.  It is called myON and for this time of school closures we have been given free access to this product.  The resource provides digital versions of over 7,000 books for pupils of all ages and abilities to enjoy; effectively this is a library given to homes. There is also the functionalityto hearthe books and articles read aloud, important vocabularyis highlighted and there is a link to anonline dictionaryfor easy reference. We hope that you find this useful during the school closure.


We are seeking feedback from parents and students to obtain your views on remote learning and how you feel the systems we have put in place are supporting you and your child/ren.

Please could we ask you to complete a short survey, there are links below to separate forms for parents and students. Your feedback will help us tailor future resources to better support you until schools reopen.

Parent Home Learning Survey

Student Home Learning Survey


Assembly 21st May – Enrichment Competition – Please see here for more info

Ramadan Assembly 2020

Update 23rd March – Important Exam Information

Important Examinations Information

Update – 19th March – Please read the letter below and send any responses to enquiry@stockgrn.bham.sch.uk

RG Letter to Parents


Welcome from Marie George, Headteacher

Thank you for your interest in Stockland Green School, and a warm welcome from everyone connected with the school.

Stockland Green School is a school where children are able to grow and develop in an environment where we strive to ensure success for all our learners academically, socially and morally. We are a ‘family’ with high standards for all members of our community where respect is at the heart of all that we do.

This is acknowledged by Ofsted who judged Stockland Green to be a Good school in December 2017.

Our children are superb advocates of our school and it was pleasing to see that Ofsted recognised this and identified that:

  • Pupils are courteous, friendly and mature
  • Pupils feel safe at school and are complimentary about the pastoral support they receive when they need it
  • All pupils who spoke with inspectors said that they feel safe in school. Pupils have a secure understanding of how to keep themselves and others safe
  • Pupils use detailed feedback to understand their mistakes, and address misconceptions quickly before they become errors
  • Pupils wear their uniform with pride and look smart. They are proud of their school and look after the school environment
  • Pupils have numerous opportunities to explore leadership positions through the school’s pupil leadership scheme
  • Pupils behave well in lessons and learning time is rarely wasted. Behaviour during social times and in corridors at lesson change-over is calm and orderly


It’s no wonder that we are heavily oversubscribed and that the overwhelming majority of parents who responded to Parent View would recommend the school to other parents.

Our students really do deserve this recognition as I see every day, students who want to achieve their very best in all aspects of school life. They are able to do this as they are ably supported by a staff body who inspire me daily with their commitment and dedication to your children. The staff really do work incredibly hard and I thank them whole heartedly for that. I am extremely proud to be the Headteacher of Stockland Green and proud to be part of such a positive and aspirational school community.

I hope you find this website useful and informative. Please do not hesitate to contact the school if you require any further information about Stockland Green or our extended family of schools, part of the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP).


Year 11 to 12 Bridging Work
Following the cancelation of the Summer Exam series we believe it is vital our students still feel prepared for their next route of study. The below link has been shared with all students who have applied to The Arthur Terry School Sixth Form. Each of the post-16 subject offers have created a series of bridging activities for students to complete as preparatory work ahead of beginning study in the new academic year. We would advise all Year 11 students looking to continue their studies at college / post 16 centres to utilise the work on the link. The work is being regularly updated, so should offer a steady stream of resources that will provide an appropriate bridge between the GCSEs of Year 11 into the Year 12 qualifications. Preparing for year 12
Click here to find out more about our rights respecting school

Updated Performance Tables Information
See attached BBC news report. Stockland Green outperforms local schools. BBC Report

Privacy Notices
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Ofsted Parent View