St Loys Church of England Primary Academy

St Loys Church of England Primary School The Diocese of Peterborough
Life at St Loys Church of England Primary Academy
- St. Loys

Welcome to St Loys Primary Academy

St Loys, Weedon Lois, is a happy school founded over 150 years ago and sited in a most attractive location in the heart of the South Northamptonshire countryside. We now have provision at our school for children aged 2 to 11 years of age with St Loys Pre School now being part of the Academy.

Ofsted and the Church of England Inspectorate judge St. Loys to be ‘outstanding’. Our school provides a caring, stimulating environment which aims to develop each child’s potential. We encourage and expect high standards in both work and behaviour.

Our top priority is for children to be happy and engaged in an ever improving environment and curriculum that excites.

Please look at our Galleries on the Quick Links on the left to see some of the amazing activities our St Loys children get up to!

Our School Mission Statement

 Alison Allen, Head teacher.

“Our School is one where individuals will be helped to strive to reach their full potential, feel valued and where personal endeavour, responsibility and good behaviour to others will be encouraged in a Christian environment”.

St Loys is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School and is committed to educational excellence and to the spiritual, moral and cultural development of all its pupils.

The School recognises and affirms its Church of England foundation and greatly values its special, historic and continuing link with the parish church of St Mary and St Peter. Read more from Head Teacher Alison Allen here.

- St. Loys

Welcome to St Loys Primary Academy

St Loys, Weedon Lois, is a happy school founded over 150 years ago and sited in a most attractive location in the heart of the South Northamptonshire countryside. We now have provision at our school for children aged 2 to 11 years of age with St Loys Pre School now being part of the Academy.

Ofsted and the Church of England Inspectorate judge St. Loys to be ‘outstanding’. Our school provides a caring, stimulating environment which aims to develop each child’s potential. We encourage and expect high standards in both work and behaviour.

Our top priority is for children to be happy and engaged in an ever improving environment and curriculum that excites.

Please look at our Galleries on the Quick Links on the left to see some of the amazing activities our St Loys children get up to!

Our School Mission Statement

 Alison Allen, Head teacher.

“Our School is one where individuals will be helped to strive to reach their full potential, feel valued and where personal endeavour, responsibility and good behaviour to others will be encouraged in a Christian environment”.

St Loys is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School and is committed to educational excellence and to the spiritual, moral and cultural development of all its pupils.

The School recognises and affirms its Church of England foundation and greatly values its special, historic and continuing link with the parish church of St Mary and St Peter. Read more from Head Teacher Alison Allen here.

- St. Loys

Welcome to St Loys Primary Academy

St Loys, Weedon Lois, is a happy school founded over 150 years ago and sited in a most attractive location in the heart of the South Northamptonshire countryside. We now have provision at our school for children aged 2 to 11 years of age with St Loys Pre School now being part of the Academy.

Ofsted and the Church of England Inspectorate judge St. Loys to be ‘outstanding’. Our school provides a caring, stimulating environment which aims to develop each child’s potential. We encourage and expect high standards in both work and behaviour.

Our top priority is for children to be happy and engaged in an ever improving environment and curriculum that excites.

Please look at our Galleries on the Quick Links on the left to see some of the amazing activities our St Loys children get up to!

Our School Mission Statement

 Alison Allen, Head teacher.

“Our School is one where individuals will be helped to strive to reach their full potential, feel valued and where personal endeavour, responsibility and good behaviour to others will be encouraged in a Christian environment”.

St Loys is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School and is committed to educational excellence and to the spiritual, moral and cultural development of all its pupils.

The School recognises and affirms its Church of England foundation and greatly values its special, historic and continuing link with the parish church of St Mary and St Peter. Read more from Head Teacher Alison Allen here.

St Loys Guardians

St Loys C of E Primary Academy has been blessed by the quality, expertise and commitment over the years of a good many people. Some of these have been long standing governors or close friends who have frequently helped at the school.

To both honour these people and to allow them to continue their voluntary help and support with us, the new title of St Loys Guardian was created in the Presentation of Awards Service (July 2015). This title can be thought of as similar to a 'Fellow' and is not a Trustee. A  list of our current Guardians can be found below. 

July 2017

Mrs Nicky Carpenter - formed St Loys Pre School. This provision was judged to be Outstanding more than once                                         by Ofsted.

July 2016 

Mrs Anne Carter - retiring Teacher of 16 years at St Loys.

Mr David Clarke - former Governor for over 10 years and current Grandparent.

July 2015

Rev'd Will Adams - former Chairman of Governors and a member of the Board of Governors for many years.

Mr John Gregory - former Chairman of Governors. The lead driving force for the premise redevelopment (1.25 million pounds!). A member of the board of Governors for a number of years. 

Mr Frank Hunter - frequent helper with sport and computing (IT) at the school.

Mrs Caroline Smith - former pupil, parent, Vice Chair of Governors and long standing Governor (over 20 years).

Wing Commander Mike Streten - former Vice Chairman of Governors and long standing member of the Board of Governors.

 

The Role of the Guardians

To support the Governing Body and academic staff by encouraging  respect for the history and ethos of the school and to encourage school performance beyond the curriculum. In particular to encourage:

  • Church & School relationship
  • Community & School relationship
  • Preservation of the School character - ethos & architecture
  • Respect for the foundation and history of the school
  • The development of sport, arts and sciences
  • The support of leadership at the school
  • The inclusion in the curriculum of opportunities for pupils to develop their creativity and thinking skills