Our non uniform day at the end of term raised £167.00 for NSPCC.   Thank you for your kind donations 

Latest School Calendar Events

Eid celebrations and picnic party27Jun2017

@ School

We are having a party picnic and Eid celebrations in school Its non uniform /party clothes day too

Governors meeting28Jun2017

5:00 pm - 8:30 pm @ School

Our last Governors meeting of the academic year, this will be preceded by a buffet meal for all staff to say thank you for all their hard work.

Y6 trip to Magna03Jul2017

@ Magna Science Adventure Centre

Y6 are away for the day learning about all things 'science' at Magna in Rotherham.

Transfer day04Jul2017

9:00 am - 3:00 pm @ School / High schools

Today all our pupils will spend time in their new year groups, Y6 pupils will go to their new high schools and year 2 pupils will join us from their infant schools. Exciting!

New Parent evening04Jul2017

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm @ school

Y2 parents are invited to come and meet the staff in school, try out the delicious food we offer at lunchtime and ask any questions they may have.

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Staincliffe C of E Junior School News

School News

  • Ramadan and Fasting
    Ramadan has begun and the school is very much aware of how important this time is for our Muslim children and their families.
  • Year 6 SATs 2016 – A Guide for Parents
    As you know, your child will be taking their SATs tests during the week starting Monday 8th May. Please encourage your child to eat and sleep well this week. Please ensure that your child is in school and punctual throughout this week.
  • Staincliffe welcomes 6 new additions to the school community.
    We are delighted that 6 lovely fresh water fish have come to live with us here in school.
  • Book Fair
    It's book week in school!. We will be celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 2nd March when children can come dressed as their favourite character from a book.
  • Parent learning opportunities
    We offer various different learning opportunities for Parents of our children. These are usually short courses held in school and delivered by a tutor from Dewsbury college.
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Headteacher’s Welcome

I would like to warmly welcome you to the Staincliffe Church of England Junior School website. We are a happy, friendly and successful school where children have the opportunity to flourish in a safe and stimulating environment. Throughout their time here children are encouraged to love learning and work hard.

 Our school is very much a family, working together as children, parents, staff and the local community to raise aspirations for all.

We are all proud of our school and its motto of One Team Together. Staincliffe Junior School is a cohesive, inclusive and caring community where pupils are valued. As a church school serving a majority Muslim community it sensitively celebrates and respects both Christian and Islamic festivals, cultures and practices and provides rich life experiences for its pupils. 

 We have high expectations of all our pupils. A recent OFSTED inspection said:
“Pupils are very polite, well mannered and considerate......pupils want to learn and their excellent behaviour helps them learn well.”


We gain high standards, particularly in Maths where OFSTED grade us as outstanding. We believe that there are no limits on what they can achieve.

We challenge pupils to do their best and provide them with a creative and inclusive curriculum designed to maximise every learning opportunity. We have a strong focus on English and Maths and provide a rich programme of extracurricular activities designed to support children’s learning and development. 

Yours faithfully
Mrs E Hobson



Staincliffe and Manorfield Schools have employed a school nurse to support you and your children.


There is a confidential drop in session every Tuesday morning from 8.45 to 9.15am in the school community room


Please do come in and use the service if you have any concerns or anything you would like advice or support with, such as:


 Asthma, bed wetting, hearing, eyesight, diet, head lice and growth.