Welcome from Marie George, Headteacher


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

“Education is the most powerful tool we can use to change the world”, Nelson Mandela

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.

We want every student to succeed in a modern day workplace and have the skills and competencies to do this. I believe that hard work and effort is a key driver in this – our school values ‘Aspire, Believe and Achieve’ illustrate our culture.  Children are challenged to Aspire to be the very best they can be in all aspects of their life. They are supported to Believe that they can Achieve anything if they work hard and develop the resilience needed to overcome the many challenges that they will face along the way.

We believe that school is about children ‘having the time of their lives’.  Our broad and balanced curriculum underpins our ethos of creativity, innovation and mastering of the basics; reading, writing, communicating and mathematics.  As a school we will constantly strive to make the learning experiences of our students the best it can be.  We aim to fill their days with happy memories and experiences so that they enjoy their learning and develop a thirst for knowledge and make the best progress possible and the greatest success in examinations.  As a community we will relentlessly pursue excellence in every area of school life.

I am extremely proud to be the  Headteacher of Stockland Green and am 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).


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