Home Page



Welcome To

Studley Green Primary School

Our school is a unique, happy and special place. Within the heart of the community, it is where children feel safe, loved and supported as they grow and develop into confident and successful individuals. We believe that an outstanding education is the single most important factor in ensuring success in life and we are relentless in the pursuit of this. We expect the highest level of engagement from all who share in our vision of 'beyond expectation'.

Latest News

Read more

Calendar Dates

Read more

House Attendance Board

  • Mars 96%
  • Jupiter 95%
  • saturn 94%
  • Neptune 93%

Term 3 - Explorers

This term we are learning all about exploring. In History we will be learning about what it takes to be a great explorer by researching 4 famous explorers: Ranulph Fiennes, Amy Johnson, Neil Armstrong and Christopher Columbus. Please see our Knowledge Organiser below for more information about our History learning.

Metis class have become fully immersed in our explorer topics and have really enjoyed learning about Ranulph Fiennes, Amy Johnson, Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong. Take a look at some of our learning below…

In our English lessons we have been learning to retell the losing tale Beegu using talk for writing. Take a look at our story map below. Can you how your grown ups at home how we retell the story using actions and the story map to help us?

We were so lucky this term to have a PARALYMPIC ATHLETE called Katrina Hart come to Studley Green. We went outside to do lots of sponsored exercises which we collected money for. We had so much fun and we got to have an assembly with Katrina at the end of the day where she explained all about who she was and why she was at our school today. 

Mrs Beck came to visit our class this term to teach us about road safety and how to cross the road safely. We learnt how to use traffic lights and to always remember to wait for the green man before crossing and to check that the cars have stopped. We also walked across the zebra crossing and learnt how important it was not to stand too close to the kerb

As part of our Geography topic we have been looking at aerial photographs and had a go at making our own towns and taking an aerial photo of them. We also looked on an aerial photo map of our school to find outperform classrooms, our house, church, local shop etc. We have really enjoyed this topic.