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We are an inner city, Church of England Primary School dedicated to providing an outstanding education for our pupils in partnership with Transform Trust. The governors and staff work together with parents and the community to foster within the school, a culture of inclusion and high expectation underpinned by our Christian values. As our school motto statement states, 'Together we can achieve'. “Everyone in this very diverse community recognises and appreciates that the school successfully promotes understanding and mutual respect amongst people from a wide variety of cultural and faith backgrounds.” SIAMs Report 2016 We endeavour to provide a happy, safe, stimulating and challenging environment in which all pupils are given an equal opportunity to progress to their highest level of personal and academic achievement.

The children experience a creative curriculum, underpinned by our Christian values, that encourages curiosity and independent learning. We enrich the curriculum with visits and visitors and offer a wide selection of clubs and activities, encouraging pupils to develop their creative and sporting activities as well as their academic abilities. “The school, through its distinctive Christian Character, is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners.” SIAMs Report 2016

About Us

All children are a gift from God. They are all special and should be allowed to develop and grow in a nurturing environment secure in the knowledge that they are cherished. At Sneinton St Stephen’s Church of England Primary School we endeavour to create a safe and stimulating environment where everyone knows that they are all valued as God’s children. As a Christian school seeking to fulfil the Mission of the school, the Governors and Staff have agreed the following aims.

To create excellent relationships among all who are involved with the school To create positive purposeful relationships throughout the school community To value and respect people equally To provide a welcoming and stimulating environment in which all feel happy and secure To develop a knowledge and understanding of the worship and teaching practices of the Church of England To promote opportunities for children to succeed and reach their full potential

Working for us

If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers - send us your CV now via our School Talent Pool and say what sort of role you're looking for. 

By joining our School Talent Pool we'll know you're interested in working here when a future vacancy occurs.

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Transfrom Trust







Sneinton St Stephens CofE Aided Primary School is a member of the Transform Trust and Teaching School Alliance

Transform will provide a school improvement structure. This will be a responsive and proactive service.

Schools supported by Transform will have access to education expertise, support and experience from across the growing Teaching School Alliance.

Within the Alliance is a core school improvement capability of 5 National Leaders of Education, 9 Local Leaders of Education, 2 National Leaders of Governance, 18 Specialist Leaders of Education, as well as 24 ITP/OTP facilitators and 5 Ofsted trained inspectors (AI).

Staff will be able to access a significant range of opportunities and professional development programmes. The Alliance is continuously developing capacity to accelerate school improvement and enable high quality learning and teaching. This will include:

·         School Direct Initial Teacher Training with outstanding partner, The University of Nottingham

·         Middle and Senior Leaders Development Programme

·         Bespoke Leadership courses

·         Bespoke Coaching programmes

·         Developing SEN practice

·         Improving Teacher Programme

·         Outstanding Teacher Programme


Transform Teaching School Alliance was approved by the Department of Education in March 2012, followed by the Academy Sponsor role in early 2013.

Further Information can be found at our Trust website


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