Remote Learning

Let's work together

The latest lockdown is challenging for everyone but we are doing everything we can as a school to ensure that children receive high-quality remote education until the pressures on the NHS ease and school can re-open to all.

We’re aware that this is a challenging and confusing time for parents and carers, and so we have collated information on how remote education will work for your child:

Remote Learning

Welcome to Kingsland C.E. Academy

Our children are offered an exciting, fun and creative curriculum.

As a Church of England Academy our Christian ethos is at the heart of everything we do. We believe in the importance of developing children’s social skills and confidence leading to informed decision making.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

St Bart’s Multi Academy Trust is currently examining the cited documentation and is interpreting its contents to ascertain how school adjustments can be made to allow children to attend school safely.

Risk AssessmentSt. Bart's WebsiteCovid-19 Strategy Guide

We Are Walking In The Light with Jesus

Together, we will inspire our children to learn and encourage them to believe in themselves and to strive for their dreams.

Mrs. Goddard - Principal

Hello

Here at Kingsland C.E. Academy we believe in the importance of developing children’s social skills and confidence leading to informed decision making.

Mrs. Goddard - Principal

In 2021 we were awarded the Gold Quality Mark for Religious Education. 

"For embedding excellent, creative and innovative RE practice throughout the school and for recognition as outstanding in the wider community."

Professor Trevor Cooling
Chair of the Religious Education Council of England and Wales

"I like RE because we go on trips, have visitors into school, who talk to us, like Bishop Michael and Bishop Geoff."

Kingsland Pupil

"I like RE because people come into school from church and we do activities with them, this is a different way of learning in RE."

Kingsland Pupil

Our Values & Ethos

We value our children, staff and families and welcome them into our caring, happy and safe Church of England school community.

“I am the light of the world. If you follow me, you won’t have to walk in darkness, because you will have the light that leads to life.” – Jesus
John 8 v12  

Our Values

Our values help us to walk in the light with Jesus - prayer, kindness, peace, forgiveness, generosity and respect.

Prayer

Children have written prayers on our community prayer page for people during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Kindness

Our Chaplain’s Team regularly show friendship and compassion on behalf of all at Kingsland as they write to Ben in Bolivia through the charity Compassion U.K.

Peace

5RT have learned how to be a peacemaker and shared this with us when they led worship for the school.

Forgiveness

5NH have learned about forgiveness and shared this with us when they led worship for the school.

Generosity

Children and families are always very generous when Kingsland supports a number of charities throughout the school year to help those less fortunate.

Respect

Our Worship Team regularly remind us of how to be respectful of everyone when they lead worship for us each half term.

SIAMS Report 2016

The school's distinctive Christian character is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners.

We’re delighted to say that following our latest inspection, the school has been judged to be outstanding in the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) Report!

View SIAMS Report

St. John's Church

We regularly attend St. John’s Church at Harvest, Christmas, Easter and for leavers service.

Rev. Malcolm

Rev Malcolm works with staff so that Christian values and visions are celebrated.

Our Team

See who’s who and say hello to our friendly and committed team.

Meet The Team

Calendar Dates

Check out the latest term dates so you don’t miss a thing.

Calendar Dates

Academy Policies

Our policies are in place to safeguard our students and staff.

Academy Policies
Ignite the creativity in every child

1:1 iPads at Kingsland

Every child is born full of creativity and nurturing it is one of the most important things educators can do. In September 2019 we launched our 1:1 iPad scheme so that every child from Y1 to Y6 has an iPad which they can use at school and at home.

Love to read

Helping our children to become passionate readers.

Our role is to instil and nurture a love of reading for all our pupils. We have an extensive and exciting range of books for the children to read and a well stocked school library. Our aim is to provide books that are both stimulating and challenging.

Recommended Reading
Phonics Made Simple

Find out why children love using Read Write Inc.

We use a phonics programme called ‘Read Write Inc’, a method of learning centred around letter sounds and phonics, blending them together to read and write words.

Learn More

Apple Regional Training Centre

In 2018 we proudly became the Apple Regional Training Centre for Stoke.

Apple RTC’s deliver free courses to build the skills and confidence of educators to use Apple technology.

Find Out More

Academy Curriculum

A curriculum that challenges, engages and motivates children to learn.

We work hard to make learning fun for everyone. Children are encouraged to develop their independence and become creative learners. Children study all subjects through a main text as we encourage all to become avid readers. Educational visits offer exciting opportunities to support topics, which brings learning to life and widens experiences.

The St. Bart’s Multi-Academy Trust is committed to improving the life chances of all children, wherever they may be.

This moral obligation, our mission, does not end at the school gates, within our own Local Authorities, or even within our own country. Where St. Bart’s Academies have the capacity to make a difference, they are morally bound to do so.

SBMAT Annual ReportSBMAT Website
Admissions

We're committed to developing an inclusive school that reflects the diversity of the local community.

There are 60 pupils in each year group. Parents wishing to apply for a place for their child should call the Academy on 01782 234430 or online at the Stoke-on-Trent Council Admissions webpage. Admission is not dependent on being a member of a particular faith community. We follow Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s admission policy.

Admission PolicyS-O-T Admissions
School Games Gold

We are proud to have achieved the Gold award!

The School Games Mark is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.

Online Safety

Stay Safe Online


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Help & Advice

Planning your visit

The visitor car park is located via the Eaves Lane entrance. Use the postcode, ST2 9AS for your Sat Nav.

Please note the school car park gets very busy at the beginning and end of the school day and no car is to be parked on double yellow lines as this causes congestion problems.

Thank you and enjoy your visit.

Mobile Phones

All phones must be on silent or switched off whilst at school. All Volunteers, Visitors, Governors and Contractors are expected to follow our mobile phone policy.

Photography & Video

All photography and filming is strictly forbidden on school premises unless arrangements have been made with the Principal.

Have You Signed In?

All visitors must sign in at the school office on arrival and you are expected to wear your visitor's badge at all times whilst in school.

Contact

Do you need more information?We’ll be happy to help.

Our Office team of Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Lancaster and Mrs. Brown are here to help you. If a Parent requests a paper copy of any information from our website we can provide it to you free of charge. Our Chair of Governors, Rev. Dave Street can be contacted via the Academy.

Kingsland C.E. Academy

Eaves Lane
Werrington Road
Bucknall
Stoke-on-Trent
ST2 9AS

01782 234 430

SENCO:
Miss. Hegewald
nhegewald@kingslandceacademy.co.uk

Data Protection Officer:
Steve Jones – St. Bart’s Trust
sjones@sbmat.org