Stebon Primary School

Stebon Primary School

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Learning is very good at Stebon because expectations are high and the teachers give us confidence. Imtiaz
As a child at Stebon, I am happy to be here as I have good
friends. Emad
There are lots of activities that are really fun like tournaments in the summer. Sadia
You can do excellent things in art and do loads of projects and experiments. Shahriyar
This school is a safe, happy and friendly place to be. Jannah
I think the atmosphere is cheerful because learning is
fun! Fahim
I would say that teaching is of a high standard. Abidah
Everybody respects each other. We have an anti-bullying policy and playground buddies who help you find friends. Zainab
It is a wonderful place to be where everyone is treated the same. Muhibur
Playtimes are the best because we have lots of games to play with. Sadiya

Training for Stebon Staff

INSET days

All staff take part in our 5 annual INSET days. These are big picture days where we move forward together on priorities that are key to the development of our school. We have one at the start of each of our 2 annual SDP priorities and 1 to review and plan future school development. During the other 2 days we often work with the local schools that we are in partnership with.

Staff Training Twilight Sessions

Each week we meet for training focused on our current SDP priority. This training is delivered both by school staff and experts from elsewhere. All teaching staff attend these sessions. Support staff are welcome to come along too.

TA Training

Teaching assistants are welcome to attend the weekly twilight sessions but we also run bespoke training once a half term for support staff. These training sessions link to the current priority on the SDP.

Leadership Development

Each year we run a programme of bespoke training with a leadership consultant for a wide range of leaders in the school. This includes team building, coaching and dealing with conflict. As a result leadership is effectively distributed throughout the school, staff feel valued and involved in shaping our future and leaders are more self aware and emotionally intelligent.

*Link to Stephanie Mackellar

Line Management

Every member of staff has a line manager who meets with them at least once a fortnight. The role of the line manager is to support the professional development of the people they line manage, often using a coaching method to work through issues together.

Opportunities for Trainees and Newly Qualified Teachers

We really enjoy being involved in training new teachers or supporting the development of less experienced teachers. We work closely with a number of universities in this role.