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Wraparound Care.

If you are interested in wraparound care at St Stephen's, please can you fill in the form below to indicate which days and times you would require. This will help us to plan our provision. 

Click here to view the form. 

School Report Feedback Form

We would really appreciate receiving any feedback regarding the school and/or the school reports this year, to help us in writing and guiding our school development plans for the coming year. Please share your thoughts below

Feedback Form

End of Year Reports 2020-2021

Please click on the image below to read the full letter from Mr Dowd about end of year reports for the 2020-21 academic year. 

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SchoolPing is the new communication system that we are going to be using here at St Stephen's. We are changing over from using Teachers2Parents, and from sending emails through DB Primary. The SchoolPing system should be easier and more straightforward for both staff and parents/carers. 

Parents/carers should have received either an email invitation or a paper letter explaining how to download the SchoolPing app and register. 

It is important that you do download the app, because this is how we are going to be sending home school reports on Friday 25th June. 

The app should work on any mobile device or tablet. The log in and password that you were given for DB Primary will be needed to activate your account and link you to your child/children. If you are having difficulty, please email the following address:


Parents Evening Update

Parents Evening Letter Page 1Parents Evening Letter Page 2

Relationships and Sex Education at St Stephen's

Throughout this term, our children will be partaking in PSHE lessons based around the theme "Changing Me." These lessons are directly linked to the government's Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) guidance and will be undertaken with the utmost sensitivity.

Below are letters for each year group which outline the content that will be taught. 

Year 1 and 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

There is a google form below for any questions about RSE at St Stephen's. Please log any questions by Tuesday 15th June for Miss Shanahan (our PSHE lead) to answer in a written document by Friday 18th June.

Google form for Questions

Update from Mr Dowd - 11th May

Newsletter May 11th 2021

Official St Stephen's Facebook Page

We are delighted to tell you that St Stephen's is moving with the times! 

There is now an official St Stephen's Facebook Page. This is going to be the first port of call for sharing information with you. We are going to be celebrating what the children are achieving in school and informing you of important dates and events. However, please be aware that individual queries and comments will not be answered through the Facebook page. You should still contact the office or your child's classteacher in this instance.

We will be embedding this into the website so that the Facebook feed can be viewed on here too.

Click on the image below to see the official St Stephen's Facebook page.   


Permission to share images on the St Stephen's Facebook Page

The Facebook Page will be enhanced by using images of the children enjoying school and showcasing their learning, and it will be a great opportunity for parents to find out more about the wonderful experiences your children participate in at school. We aim to regularly share our stars of the week, and while at the moment we cannot invite you all into school to join in our celebrations, we hope that the Facebook page will give you more of an insight into day-to-day school life.  

Please fill in the form below to allow us to share images of your child/children. Please note that if you do not complete the form below, we will assume that you have not given permission. Paper copies can be obtained from the school office if you are having difficulty. The form will need to be filled in for each child separately. 

We will never share your child's full name alongside their image.



Please take some time to read the Online Safety posters below. These have been e-mailed to both children and parents. It is really important that during this time when we are all online such a lot that we are doing all that we can to keep our children safe. 

Staying Safe Online KS1 Ks2 Internet Safety

SEND Information

equity - SEEDSPlease see the SEND page, found in the Key Information tab, for the new ‘Kind Minds’ newsletter, produce by Staffordshire & Stroke on Trent Partnership.

The focus is on services available for children and young people to support their mental health and wellbeing.                

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