Head of School's Welcome,


We are a small village school situated between Wallingford and Goring and we pride ourselves on working across the age ranges to ensure that all our children develop both in their academic study and as people.


The ratios of adults to children is very high ensuring children get the attention and care they need to progress and flourish, both in the classroom and at play. Each class has an interactive whiteboard and our computer facilities are second to none.


We aim to provide all pupils with strategies for dealing with their needs in a supportive environment and to give them meaningful access to the National Curriculum.


The school benefits from its quiet rural location, as we are next door to a beautiful church where we hold our weekly assembly and we also are blessed by our close proximity to unsploilt river Thames. We recently took the kids on a river boat trip with parents along to enjoy the ride.


Amanda Rogers​

Head of School

Our Values and Ethos

Our aims for the children of South Stoke Primary School are for them to be confident to question, to learn collaboratively as well as independently and to gain the skills which will help them fulfil their potential in the future.  


Our motto is: Build on strengths to achieve our dreams.


Our History

South Stoke Primary School's roots date back to 1659 when £600 was donated by Dr. Griffith Higgs to buy a plot of land and maintain a charity school for 8 poor children. New buildings were built in 1831.

South Stoke School now has about 45 children attending the school.