Cooper Lane, Laceby, Grimsby
NE Lincolnshire DN37 7AX

Tel. 01472 318003

Outdoor Learning

We are developing lots of exciting ideas for working outdoors. See what our classes have been doing outdoors on our Outdoor Learning page

Our Curriculum

 Stanford Junior and Infants has an exciting curriculum, with enquiry and real-life learning at the heart of what we do.

Have a look at our Curriculum section to see some of the engaging learning opportunities that are created at our school.

The Stanford Star. Read all about it!


 Download copies of our latest letters to parents

You can find more on our Letters, Notices and Policies page

Library Renovation

As we are transforming our school library we thought it would be a great idea to start a blog to keep everyone updated with the project.

Over the coming weeks both pupils and staff will be adding articles, so why not take a look?

Healthy Schools AwardInternational Schools Award Intermediate

Our Stars of the week

Our stars of the week.


We hope you like our website. It tells you all about our friendly school in the north east Lincolnshire village of Laceby - from useful information like Term dates to reports from our classes, as well as our unique history and how we got our name.

Latest News & Reminders

Read to Feed

During the month of October the whole school is taking part in the "Read to Feed" Reading Challenge which will encourage our pupils to read more books and at the same time raise money to to help African families get out of poverty for good.

Sharing Learning

Years 1 and 4 love sharing learning with each other. They meet every Friday after lunch to share reading, writing or maths activities. See them sharing reading together.

Macmillan Coffee Morning

Thank you to all the pupils, parents, grandparents and friends of the school who supported the Macmillan Coffee Morning we held in school on Friday 26th September. We had 100 guests and raised a staggering £300 for this important charity. The pupils volunteered to help by organising cake stalls and by entertaining the crowds.

The feedback from the community was extremely positive:-

"Lovely to support a good cause and to see the children involved and enjoying themselves"

"Such a pleasant morning - lovely being invited into school and to meet the new staff. All for a very good cause. Well organised and lovely to see the kids enjoying themselves."

You can see pictures from the event on our Community page.

Volunteer Saturday

Thank you to all the willing volunteers who supported the school on Volunteer Saturday Find out what they managed to acheive and see pictures from the day on our Volunteer Saturday page.

Year 3/4 Trip to the Collection Museum, Lincoln

History was brought to life on the Year 3 and 4 trip to the Collection Museum to find out more about The Romans. The pupils enjoyed marching, making mosaics and shields. Have alook at our History page to see pictures from the day.

Year 5 and 6 ‘Survival’ Hook Day

Pupils used their imagination and research techniques to find out how to survive in a natural disaster. They ended the day designing and making a volcano!

Seekers Club

We are delighted that Mrs Cockerill, Mrs Mawer and Ms Bell are running Seekers Club in school on a Monday lunchtime. The pupils really enjoy the activities. Thanks also to the adults who give their time voluntarily.

Seedlings and Poppy Class

Children from Poppy class and Seedlings class came together to do some joint reading and maths games to develop the coaching skills and collaboration of our pupils. You can take a look at the fun games, like hopscotch to lotto they got up to on our Maths page.

Louth Farm

Key Stage 1 had a brilliant trip to the Co-op Farm in Louth. During the day they saw how our food is grown, learnt about healthy eating and made a healthy pizza. You can see more on the Sunflower Class, Pumpkin Class and Poppy Class pages.

Governors' Suggestion Box

Our Governors have set up an online suggestion box for any comments or suggestions you might have.

You can find more stories in our News section.

Don't forget

 Parents, Teachers and Friends Association

Throughout the year our PTFA organises fun events and raises money for the school. If you would like to know more, or would like to get involved your self have a look at the PTFA page.