Head Teacher's Welcome
Stoke St Gregory Primary is a small rural school in the heart of Somerset. We are surrounded by beautiful countryside and are part of a diverse village community. Our year on year intake can fluctuate, but as a general structure we have three classes of mixed age ranges. Currently, EYFS with Year 1/2, Year 3/4, Year 5/6.
As a school, we believe that engaging learning experiences are crucial and that challenge within all areas of the curriculum is important too. At Stoke, we are a community of lifelong learners, adults and children alike. This approach for all in our school community results in our collective and individual growth as a part of our school, our wider community and our world.
Every child is an individual, with unique skills, interests and passions and we strive to help all in our school community to be the very best that they can be.
Do please be patient as we work on different areas of the site as we have recently moved to a new platform. One of our next challenges is to make our website a showcase of all the brilliance that lives within our school as a result of our staff team and fantastic children. As previously, all important information will also be easily accessible.
If you would like to know more or have any specific query, please contact our School Business Manager, Mrs Barber on 01823 490437. Our email address is:
Our Latest Updates
Staying Safe Online
As we know, it is so important to be mindful and proactively teach our children to remain safe online. The resources and links in the documents below are hugely helpful.
Interesting Reading Statistics
Did you know?
By the time they are 5 years old, children who are never read to are exposed to 4,662 words. Those who are read to 1–2 times per week are exposed to 63,570 words. Those who are read to 3–5 times per week are exposed to169,520 words. For those who are read to daily, it's 296,660 words. For any who hear five books a day, it's an incredible 1,483,300 words.
The impact of being exposed to new vocabulary through varied and high quality reading experiences cannot be over-estimated.
This evening, do you have time to share a book or two with your child?
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