We hope that this website will help you to find out more about our aims, ethos and organization. If you are considering our school for your child, we will be delighted to show you round and answer any of your questions.
Since Stoke Row CE School was founded in 1853 it has been closely connected with the Stoke Row village Church of St John the Evangelist. That connection continues to benefit the School, the Church, and the wider community to this day, and many of the school’s activities take place in the Church which has recently been renovated specifically for that purpose. However, the School has always welcomed children of all faiths and none. We are committed to providing an education which is underpinned by Christian values, because we believe that provides the best environment for our children to learn and grow.
Stoke Row CE School is at the heart of Stoke Row village life, and our children are a part of the village community whether or not they live in or near Stoke Row. As well as using the local Church on a daily basis, the School runs events across the village throughout the year, from our annual pancake race on the village green, to discos in the village hall, our summer fair at the pavilion, sports day at the Recreation Ground, to hosting the village’s annual 10k race, which is organised and marshalled by parents of the school.
In 2013 the School celebrated its 160th anniversary. A lot has changed since 1853 and to help the School set out on its next 160 years, we are working towards a major rejuvenation and modernization of the School’s facilities. Meanwhile January 2014 sees Miss Harris in place as our new Head Teacher.