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

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Artsmark Gold Award for Stebon


You've achieved an Artsmark Gold Award!

We are delighted to inform you that your setting has been awarded an Artsmark Gold Award. Congratulations!

Your Statement of Commitment and Statement of Impact have been assessed and we’re pleased to share this feedback from our assessors with you:

'Stebon Primary School are to be commended for making a wide range of arts and cultural opportunities available to pupils across the school. Your ambassadors, working in partnership with Bow artists and THAMES music, led to peer artwork commissions being produced in response to music composed by children, with pupils taking a leadership role on the curation, publicity and launch of an exhibition at a local venue. There have also been opportunities for pupils and teachers to work with a wide range of artists including landscape architect, Levitt Bernstein, to explore the wild planting in the local park, leading to pupils creating innovative designs for a green bridge linking park to school. Despite the considerable challenges COVID presented, staff found innovative ways to engage pupils including the headteacher providing weekly video assemblies identifying individual effort and achievement in the Arts, whilst Twitter became a dynamic online gallery that celebrated process and outcome and facilitated rich dialogue with parents, governors and industry professionals including RIBA, Little Inventors, sculptors and author/illustrators. Pupils were also able to participate in performances which were filmed for viewing as 'home premieres' and as lockdowns continued weekly virtual videos were sent to a year group including dances, songs and themed performance challenges. Following lockdown surveys identified that pupils appreciated online support during home learning, with the arts being cited more than any other subject. It will be good to hear how your recently launched Explorers curriculum develops, as it embeds and you continue on your Artsmark journey. You have identified appropriate area of development in your Statement of Impact and have worked exceptionally hard over the past two years, to ensure arts and culture is kept in high profile across the school. Your provision for your pupils is excellent and, as you look to the future, it will be extremely valuable if you can further develop your advocacy for the arts in education, disseminating case studies, engaging in further CPD, influencing others with your evidence of the arts impact on your children's learning and lives, and making a major difference to the work and provision of other settings.'

Congratulations on your Artsmark Gold Award!