Celebrating St James
First there will be a performance, by the children, of a shortened version of Shakespeare's "The Tempest". This is being facilitated by.
Some dates for parents
Assembly Concert - Wed 20th May 08:05 The children will present a number of musical items, including singing and playing the recorder and the ocarina. Please join us to support this event. Half Term Holiday The school will...
It is with great regret that we have to announce that St James Independent School (Stockport) will close in July 2015. We have kept our fees as low as we could, but the economic downturn has meant that our numbers are too low for the school
We are active on Facebook, and we update our news and events etc. most days when the school is in session. For instance, this week (9-13 Feb) posts have included Chinese New Year, NCP providing us with safety jackets, Pocket places...
Open Morning Saturday 31st January
We are holding an Open Morning on Saturday 31st January 2015 between 10:00 and 12:00. We will focus again on our intention to make St James a Free School. The Headmaster will be available to answer any questions you may have. Light
Fees are payable in full by the first day of each term or monthly by prior agreement. A charge of 1.5% interest per month may be made on overdue fees. Cheques should be made payable to St. James Independent School.
A term's notice in writing is required prior to withdrawal of pupils, failing which a term's fee will be charged in lieu. Cancelling acceptance of a place less than a term before entry, a term's fee will be payable.
The Independent Educational Association Ltd. is insured as required by law for its public liabilities.
This insurance only covers any possible occurrence where it could be proved that the school had been negligent. However like many other schools we also insure all staff and children against simple accidents, but parents should understand that this insurance is only triggered where there is a permanent disability due to the accident and it is necessary for parents to make a claim within one month of the accident on the appropriate form.
Please note that the School has no insurance to cover the loss of personal effects of any sort, including musical instruments. These should be part of parents' own household insurance cover.
Friends of St James
It would be very helpful if you could give us some indication of what you may be able to offer, e.g. attending fund-raising events, helping out with building maintenance, attending concerts and social events, helping out at the school (you would need a CRB check for this, which the school may be able to organise). Plus any other offerings which seem appropriate to you.
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At St. James Independent School at Stockport, your child can get the best from the very first day on. The teachers and educators don't teach only classes, they teach life, good behavior and things of real importance in life. The children are given a lot of space for creativity and possibility to find what they love and then are being helped to further develop in that direction. It is not by accident the best school in North West. The first years of your child's education are the most important ones, that is when its interests are being formed and only than you can make a real impact on its future development. So make sure to pick a good school for your child.
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