Love others as well as you love yourself. Matthew’s Gospel, Chapter 22 verse 39

Welcome to William Stukeley
Church of England Primary School

Vision Statement

‘Love others as well as you love yourself.’
Matthew’s Gospel, Chapter 22 verse 39

In our inclusive and happy school, we make sure everyone feels welcomed, valued and valuable.
Our safe and inspiring learning environment helps us work towards achieving our best, in all that we do, so that we can become independent and resilient members of our wider community.
Our shared Christian values give us a foundation of challenge and support, helping to make a positive change in the world, as we strive to create a community of respect and aspiration, preparing everyone for their future.

Our School

We hope you enjoy the 'Virtual Tour' of our lovely school.

You can find prevous School Newsletters on our Newsletters page and more information on our Parent-Teacher association on our Friends of the School page.

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Easy Fundraising

Anyone can connect to the easyfundraising website or app to buy from a list of over 400 retailers including Ebay, Amazon, Argos, M&S and we receive a donation for every purchase made.

There is no extra cost involved when making purchases and donations gets paid direct to the Friends bank account.

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Latest News


Internet Matters supports parents and professionals with comprehensive resources and expert guidance to help them navigate the ever-changing world of child internet safety. Below are links to some of their guides:

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Screen Time

Malicious Communication

From the Community Safety Team at Lincolnshire County Council.
Malicious Communications has been an ongoing problem we have had in Lincolnshire for the last few years now. It is one of the top 5 crimes in which our 14-16 year olds have received a criminal conviction for. Online behaviour is something we talk regularly to children and young people about across the county within our online safety sessions. We want to also make sure parents are aware of these laws and the potential consequences our online behaviour can have in the real world, for our children’s futures. We have produced a Factsheet which outlines the different laws regarding online behaviour, this is to accompany our video aimed at parents Stay Safe Talks - Malicious Communications (

Malicious Communication Factsheet

Whooping Cough

Read the letter from the East Midlands Health Protection Team to find out more about Whooping Cough

Whooping Cough Letter

Lincolnshire’s parent carer forum

The Lincolnshire’s parent carer forum for parents of children with disabilities and additional needs.

Read their latest Newsletter

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You can find Local and Community Events on our Local Events & Opportunities page.

Don't Forget - see our Reminders Newsletter

Measles / MMR vaccination

Measles cases are rising across the country, with over 102,000 children starting primary school in England being at risk of catching the disease.

Measles is highly infectious and if left unvaccinated nine out of ten children in a classroom can catch the disease if just one child is infectious.