Stubbin Wood School

Creating opportunities for everyone to achieve success and reach their potential

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If your child is unwell with a cold or feeling 'under the weather' please do not send them to school. The new Delta variant of the virus presents itself with different symptoms in children and being careful will result in reduced transmission. Please see our 'Coronavirus - Keeping Updated' page in the Parents section on this website.


Welcome to Stubbin Wood School & Nursery
We are pleased to be members of the T.E.A.M. Education Trust where 'Together Everyone Achieves More'
Our school mission: Creating opportunities for everyone to achieve success and reach their potential.
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Key Stage 3 Learning

Helping your child to develop their confidence in learning at home is a really great way of supporting their learning skills when they come to school.  We are keen that all our students continue to learn whilst they remain at home.

These materials have been provided to help your child to focus on their learning whilst they 'self isolate' and we will add new materials each week.

If you need to know more about whether your child is at the ExperienceExplore or Investigate stage within their learning, please see more information provided on our Curriculum page.

We will be updating these resources each week and providing links to other services where we think they might be helpful to you.

Thank you for supporting this and, as always, if you need anything further please email me at

Mrs C Briggs

Head of KS3 & 4

Home Learning Record: As your child learns and develops their knowledge, it is helpful if we can keep a track of their progress.  This helps us to reflect on what they know, what they found easy to learn and what they might need a little more help with.  Please click on the image or here to download a blank learning record sheet.

Please can you use the form to keep a record of their learning each day and email it back to their teacher.  Please put their name in the subject line of the email and send it to

Key Stage 3 Learning: 2019-20