Community Projects


To try our best, to tell the truth, to look after each other and our community

Stanley Crook Primary School is committed to supporting and enhancing all aspects of our local community through educational partnerships, community liaison projects and charity support work.

For information of the wide range of community projects school has been involved in, please review our Headteacher’s Blog on the homepage of this website and each Team’s activities pages.

Here are a few examples:

Burnhill Nature Reserve and Community Wildflower Project

Planning for a Wildlife Area on our school field

Working alongside Durham Constabulary to learn how to make our community safer, cleaner and more accessible

Achieving the establishment of a 20mph zone around our school!

Charity Support and Fundraising

Playing a central role in making improvements to the village playpark!

If you live in or around our local community and would like to suggest a project with which school could support, please contact Mr Christie for an informal chat.





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