We would like to offer you a very warm welcome to St. Stephen’s C.E. Primary School, part of the Sycamore Church of England Trust. We hope that our website provides useful information and also gives you a true picture of what life is like in our very special school.
We are proud to be an inclusive Christian school, with strong links to St Stephen’s Church. We are a family of skilled and dedicated teachers and support staff, and place our children at the heart of everything we do.
Everyone at St Stephen's works hard to ensure that our teaching and learning environment allows us all to flourish and achieve our full potential. Our Christian values of love, kindness, respect, friendship, thankfulness and forgiveness remain central to all we do, and support us in striving to continue, ‘Learning, loving and growing; together as God’s children,’ each and every day.
As a staff, we have a steadfast determination to raise standards and aspirations within our school and local community, aiming to achieve educational excellence and human flourishing for our children. Our school vision is about celebrating the uniqueness of every individual, inspiring a life long love of learning and experiencing life in all its fullness.
We are deeply committed to working in partnership with our children, their families and the community and value strong links between home and school, based on mutual respect and positive relationships.
If you would like to visit our school to see our strong Christian and family ethos for yourself, please contact the school office to arrange an appointment.
Mrs Denney and The St Stephen’s Team
“The Christian vison is well understood by leaders and deeply rooted in its community. The vision, to love one another as Jesus loved us, drives the school priorities and its decision making. As a result, the pupils and adults learn and grow together exceptionally well.”
“Inspired by its vision and values, leaders actively create a school culture of inclusivity and equity. It welcomes, nurtures and supports all, including the vulnerable and those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), enabling them to flourish.”
“Underpinned and strengthened by caring and loving relationships, pastoral support is at the heart of this school. As a result, adults and pupils feel well supported, flourishing and growing together as unique children of God.”
Posted on 29th December 2023
Coverage from the Bury Times: A primary school in Bury has been praised after its latest inspection.
We hope you all have a good half-term and we look forward to seeing you at 8.45am on Monday 26th February!
Spring Mid-Term Break
Sunday 25th Feb 2024
School Re-Opens, Year 2 Road Safety
Monday 26th Feb 2024
Easter egg own clothes – please bring in an Easter egg donation
Friday 22nd Mar 2024
2pm - Year 5 and KS2 Easter Service at St Stephen’s Church. Last day of school before the Easter break
Thursday 28th Mar 2024