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
Well done to the KS2 children who volunteered to sing Christmas songs to entertain the residents at Cloverdale Care Home. You can see pictures of them performing on our Music page.
Mrs. Brady and Mrs. Groves took some wonderful singers and helpers to Morrison's supermarket. They performed Christmas songs and raised over £60 for the Text Santa Charity. After the singing they helped the shoppers pack their groceries. See more pictures on our Music page.
Stanford Junior and Infants ensure democracy, responsibility and respect are key sections of our broad and balanced curriculum. Download our Democracy document.
Children from Seedlings class spent time with the Artlandish artists to complete an art project based on road safety. They used reflective materials to create a shield for their bike or scooter.
Children In Need
Thank you for your contributions to the Children in Need fund; we raised £144.94!
The children in Year 3 have been making clay pots linked with our Roman topic. These will be sold as part of the Enterprise project at the school Christmas Fair.
Following our successful National Lottery bid, work has been completed on our new KS1 Trim Trail. See more on our Trim Trail gallery page.
Following winning the NE Lincs 7 a side Football tournament Stanford travelled to St Mary’s College in Hull to represent NE Lincs on Monday 10 November. Go to our Sports page to read match reports.
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.
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.
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.