We are at the heart of Snitterfield, a beautiful village near Stratford-upon-Avon, in Warwickshire. Records show that there has been a school in the village since as long ago as 1682. We are very proud of our school’s heritage and equally proud to be part of such a vibrant local community.
The school has around 100 pupils on roll, taught in four classes. With the exception of our Reception Class (Class One), classes are taught as mixed year groups – Years1/2 (Class Two), Years 3/4 (Class Three) and Years 5/6 (Class Four). The staff at Snitterfield work hard to provide the very best quality teaching and learning within a caring, friendly, family atmosphere. Children have access to a full and varied curriculum that is continually reviewed to ensure that provision is broad and rich and that links between subjects are fully exploited. As part of the Stratford Rural Schools Federation, we also benefit from the expertise and resources that are shared across our partner schools.
The school is housed in an historic building, dating back to the 1880s, set within beautiful surroundings. The school building still retains many traditional features, but over the years has seen a number of modern additions and improvements that have ensured our building provides the best of old and new. The school has its own pond and wildlife area which provides opportunities for regular hands-on explorations in science. For PE, the school has its own field and children benefit from qualified sports coaches. There is a well-developed Forest School area located to the rear of the school which is utilised to its full potential. There is also an independent, privately owned nursery on-site.