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  • International Women's Day

    Published 19/03/24

    Our story assembly today focused on International Women's Day, which is celebrated during March. This annual day celebrates the achievements of women and raises awareness of gender equality. Mrs Anderson shared books with the children that focus on this important theme, which can be borrowed from our school library.

    For more information, you may wish to watch this video together with your child/ren: 

    #motivateeducatenurture #weareallequal

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  • World Book Day 2024

    Published 17/03/24

    WORLD BOOK DAY 2024 📚

    World Book Day ‘SSQ style’ was enjoyed by children and adults alike! Enjoying reading takes place every day at Stanton School, but World Book Day is always an exciting day to celebrate books and the joy they bring. A huge thank you to our team of librarians and staff for making the day so exciting for everyone.

    Don’t forget to use your £1 book tokens to choose a free WBD book or receive money off another book of your choice.

    Here is a small snapshot of our day.

    #motivateeducatenurture #wearereaders #worldbookday2024

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  • Choir sing at Malmesbury Abbey

    Published 29/02/24


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  • Join our Team - Early Years Teaching Assistant

    Published 09/02/24

    Nursery/Reception Teaching Assistant

    Chippenham, Wiltshire, United Kingdom


    Salary: £11.98 per hour

    Hours: 12.5 hours per week,  Monday + Tuesday

    Contract: Temporary fixed term

    A bit about us:

    Stanton St Quintin Primary School opened a school led Early Years Unit in September 2020. Under the direction of a qualified class teacher the successful candidate will be part of a team who will establish a bespoke setting aimed to meet the needs of the Early Years aged children.

    All about the role:

    NVQ Level 3 Early Years Child Care qualification is desired. The candidate should have a love of learning, a tenacity and desire to be part of a team committed to moving our school forwards.

    We will offer you:

    • Enthusiastic, motivated, friendly and happy children
    • An excellent working school environment.
    • Dedicated, hardworking and talented teachers and support staff
    • A supportive governing body
    • A genuine opportunity to lead and make a difference

    Find out more and apply:

    Please contact our school for an application form on 01666 837602 or

    Closing date (and time): 28/2/24

    Interview date:  6/3/24

    Commencement date:  15/4/24

    This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

    All applicants will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check before appointment is confirmed.

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  • Young Voices 2024

    Published 23/01/24

    This week we took we took the Stanton choir to the Birmingham Arena to take part in a Young Voices concert. We joined over 5,000 other school children to create the world's largest school choir and the result was spectacular! Our choir had been busy rehearsing the repertoire of songs for weeks, but nothing could prepare them for the moment they walked into the arena and realised the scale of the event they were about to take part in. 

    During the afternoon, the children saw all the professional performers rehearsing their parts and it was a fantastic opportunity for them to see a range of musical skills in action and realise the importance of practising their musical instruments until you can’t get it wrong. 

    In the evening, they performed to an audience which included family members. All the children sang and danced their hearts out, making it an amazing and unforgettable experience to be part of.

    Watch our video for highlights  

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  • Keeping Safe

    Published 22/01/24

    Today we were visited by a team of St John’s Ambulance responders, to learn all about the important and lifesaving work that they do every single day.

    Each class took part in a workshop, learning how to put each other into the recovery position and what to do in the case of an emergency.

    We were curious to explore the inside of an ambulance and learn about the crucial equipment on board and how it may be used.

    The children asked lots of important questions and have acquired skills they may need to use in the future.

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