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Stoke Primary School

Stoke Primary is a two form entry primary school situated towards the northeast of Coventry city.  The school has a 26 place nursery providing 15 hours of education.  The local community has a high cultural mix with children from countries across the world and speaking many different languages.  67% of children at Stoke are EAL with a wide range of languages spoken. 


The revised IDSR, Nov 12, 2021, identifies that:

  • ​​​​​​​The % of FSM6 is within the highest quintile
  • The percentage of pupils receiving SEND support is within the second highest quintile
  • The % of pupils identified as EAL is within the highest quintile
  • The % of stability is within the lowest quintile
  • The school’s location indicator for deprivation is within quintile 4 (more deprived) of all schools


Mobility is a key factor at Stoke.  During 2020-21 80 children were admitted and 67 left with a total transience of 147. 

Within this cohort children are welcomed from across the world.  Many children start at Stoke with very limited or no English.  A Mobility Pathway system is used to support new children with enhanced provision to enable them to transition into school learning systems as quickly as possible.  We support children who have moved to Coventry under the Syrian Refugee Scheme.


We have built a strong connection with our community through the Covid pandemic which has built trust and respect, enabling our growing school systems to be as effective as they can be.


The whole Stoke community is committed to giving our children a high quality education that will open the doors on an exciting future for all our children.  


We are a member of the Aspire Too Network of schools.  This gives us an opportunity to work collaboratively, share CPD and support inter network challenges, so that we can all ensure we deliver a high quality provision for our community within an ethos of professional challenge.


Our last Ofsted inspection was an ungraded section 8 on 13h and 14th December 2022. The school remained with its 'Good' judgement.