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Celebration

This page celebrates some of the achievements of the school and it's pupils.

 

Message received on 'Thank a Teacher Day' (May 2022)

Thank you for being an amazing team. You really make a difference every day. Thank you.

Message from Year 3 Parent (April 2022)

I would just like to say well done to all those involved in the Yr 3 & 4 performance. It was fantastic and very much enjoyed by the audience and the performers. All your hard work shone through. 

 

Message from Parent (January 2022)

To the Office Staff, Reception and Year 4 Teachers.
I just wanted to say a big thank you to all of you for your support whilst our family has had covid. The office staff went above and beyond to enable me to get (child) in and out of school safely bringing her to and from the car.

(Children) thankfully were not particularly poorly during their isolation so having access to their education and support from their teachers has been such a relief knowing that they weren’t missing out on so much learning.
Many Thanks

 

Message from Year 4 Parent (January 2022)

(Child) has had a lovely time throughout all of his years at Stoke Mandeville.  He will really miss all of his friends and teachers.  I want to personally thank everyone at Stoke Mandeville for all their help and support over the years, it's been very much appreciated.

 Message from Year 3 Parent (July 2021)

Dear Mrs Stewart, Please accept our sincere congratulations, both to you and your team of teachers, on the successful completion of this school year! We fully appreciate the effort to make this school a joyous, prosperous and stress-free environment for every child.

Message from parent to Ofsted (January 2021)

"I'd like to take a moment of your time to give a special mention to the amazing staff at Stoke Mandeville Combined School in Buckinghamshire.

As a parent of two children, who are/have attended Stoke Mandeville combined since 2011, I have always been impressed with school. In particular though, throughout the last ten months and furthermore, this term. Especially given that all primary schools only had such short notice to organise live, remote learning/lessons alongside in-school teaching for vulnerable and key worker's children.

I am in awe of the dedication, commitment and sky-high standards that our teaching staff have shown (throughout the whole pandemic). It is so clear to see that they are extremely passionate about continuing to provide our children with outstanding levels of education even with all of the added scrutiny, pressure and risk to their own health & safety. They do not only do this professionally, they do it with a smile and bucketfuls of positivity and care for our children's educational and emotional needs. 

I'm overwhemingly grateful to them all. As a team (led by an outstanding head, Mrs Eileen Stewart), I feel they are second to none."

Message to Year 6 staff team from parent (January 2021)

"Just wanted to let you know that (child) has loved his live lessons the last couple of weeks. He said he liked it more than being in class, and a lot more than mummy or daddy helping him.

Could you please let Mrs Tong, Mrs Cole, and Mrs Bushay that (child's) parents really appreciate all their hard work and think they are doing a wonderful job."

Message from parent (January 2021)

"Dear Mrs Stewart and all the SMCS Staff,

We just wanted to thank you all for all your hard work and ongoing dedication. This week must have felt never ending! With both children at home accessing the remote learning, we wanted to let you know how impressed we’ve been with the live lessons.

(Child) has enjoyed the streamed lessons and has really engaged with the set-up with the teachers interacting between those at home and those in class.

The set-up for Year 1 works well with the children being able to watch the lesson and get involved by answering questions thanks to the brilliant TAs supporting the children at home.

A special mention for Miss Harris- she has been amazing!  Setting up the home learning, responding to work whilst trying to juggle a new class is a tall order. Please let her know we appreciate all her hard work and effort."