Stanley Head 2018 Kit List
Kit list – Stanley Head 2017
Soap, face cloth
Toothpaste and toothbrush
Tracksuit bottoms and trousers (NOT JEANS)
Shorts must be a sensible length as they will be wearing harnesses
T-shirts (NO VESTS)
Socks (including thick socks to wear with wellies if possible)
Indoor shoes/trainers – Slip-on shoes/Crocs are not suitable
Waterproof coat and trousers
Old pair of trainers for water-based activities
Sun hat and sun lotion
Mug (suitable for hot drinks)
Camera – at your own risk. We recommend a cheap/disposable variety.
1 Packet of biscuits
A teddy bear
Additional Kit for Camping Groups
Please ensure all medicines are clearly labelled with child’s name and instructions for administration are attached to all medicines.
Children will be expected to look after their own inhalers.
DO NOT BRING:
Electronic games, MP3s or other valuable items
Sweets or chewing gum
MOBILE PHONES ARE NOT PERMIT
Congratulations Tim Chapman
Our very own Code Club Leader Tim Chapman has deservedly won the Outstanding New STEM Ambassador award. Tim has volunteered for several years at Christ Church Academy, starting our Thursday night Code Club where Key Stage 2 pupils learn how to code in Scratch and Python. This club has inspired ...
Stone Lions Blindfold Walk
Thank you to Stone lions for taking us on the blindfolded walk around Stone town centre. The pupils were given a real insight into what it would feel like to be visually impaired. The school is now collecting unwanted glasses to support the lions who have already collected over 20,000 pairs to donat...
Gold RE Quality Mark Award
We are very pleased to announce that we have been awarded the highest accolade from the Religious Education Council of England and Wales: the Gold RE Quality Mark. The REQM recognises high quality RE, providing learners with authentic experiences and contributing to whole school outcomes. In...
ASKIP Warning for Parents
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Parents Guide to Roblox
Many of our pupils use the app Roblox. This is a game with a chat element which may have hidden dangers. ...
Parents Guide to Fortnite
Christ Church Academy Pupils Meet Professor Brian Cox
Year 6 pupils today were asked to attend Stafford College Lego Innovation Studio for two programming sessions during a visit to the college by Professor Brian Cox. All pupils excelled themselves building robots with a forklift arm and completing a variety of space themed challenges. Professor...