Executive Head’s Welcome

Dear Visitor,

Welcome to the website of Stoke Heath Primary School. I hope you will find it useful and that you will enjoy looking at some of the things that we do here in our school.

At Stoke Heath our aim is to ensure that everybody develops and achieves their full potential. We deliver a broad, balanced and creative curriculum to all learners, nurturing self-esteem and celebrating diversity. We provide a caring and stimulating environment which is open and welcoming, enabling us to form very close working partnerships with our parents, governors, outside agencies and the wider community.

We are proactive in promoting the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect, and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.

Please do not hesitate to contact school for further information or you may prefer to arrange a visit to see Stoke Heath for yourself; you would be most welcome!

Jeanette Hiatt


Headteachers Welcome

Welcome to Stoke Heath Primary School. I am thrilled and excited to be writing to you as the new Head Teacher.

I am passionate about the education of your children and know that Stoke Heath is the absolute best place for them. The happiness, well-being and achievement of each child is my main concern and I believe that every child can achieve and succeed in reaching their full potential. We have an enthusiastic, committed teaching and non-teaching team at Stoke Heath who work hard to ensure that all pupils thrive.

Stoke Heath is a safe, vibrant and energetic environment with very high standards and expectations of conduct and discipline. There is a genuine caring ethos and a focus on relationships and respect; we are a family, we look after and care for each other. Alongside this we have a strong focus on excellent teaching and learning, which ensures academic excellence.  We achieve very high standards of attainment year on year which is why we are continuously oversubscribed; the school of choice in the community.

The community is at the heart of our school and we have strong partnerships with our families, governors and wider community, which enhances pupil learning. Parents are our key partner, and working in partnership is the way in which we support and progress your children to achieve their very best. Parents are welcomed into the life of the school, and you will be strongly encouraged to share in your children’s learning journey.

Please feel free to get in touch if you want more information; I am looking forward to working with you.

Louise Kelman