Stapleford Primary School is a Voluntary Aided Church of England Primary School. As a VA school the School Governors manage the admissions themselves. Should the Hertfordshire County Council Admissions team tell you the a year group you are enquiring about is full it is essential that you still contact the school. Our School Governors are able to authorise additional pupils above the published annual number (PAN) that HCC are working to.
Stapleford Primary is a small, rural, church school in a beautiful setting. It is situated in the picturesque village of Stapleford on the outskirts of Hertford (just off the A119 between Waterford and Watton-at Stone). Surrounded by the Heathmount Country estate/forest, the River Beane and delightful farmland our pupils enjoy taking advantage of our location and getting out into nature whenever they can.
The extremely experienced, committed and stable staff team provide excellent staff:pupil ratios within the classes. Class sizes are never above 24 pupils. Each pupil’s achievements and needs are recognised by us all, as we enjoy their successes and plan for their future education. The size and ethos of our school leads our pupils to believe in themselves and their learning capabilities. We like to think that our pupils develop into well rounded individuals who we are proud to send out into the world by the end of Year 6.
The school works very closely with the village church, which extends our links with the community. They, in turn, provide the school with enthusiasm and valuable support. Pupils from all faiths are welcome at Stapleford Primary School.