St Andrew's Church of England Primary School An intelligent heart acquires knowledge and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge. Proverbs 18:15

Community Links

Oakwood Brownies


Oakwood Brownies are actively recruiting for new members. Brownies takes place on Thursday Nights at Oakwood Community Centre. Brownies are for Girls aged 7 to 10 and offer an opportunity for girls to take part in activities and grow as an individual in an environment without pressure of boys or school work. Some of the sorts of things they do at Brownies are; First Aid, Baking, Swimming, Art, Crafts, Bowling, Camps / Holidays, Go Karts, Playing Games, Archery, Designers, Beauty Box and much much more. 


Strictly Kids Children's Ballroom and Latin Classes


NuSteps Dance are running FREE enrolment sessions for Strictly Kids, which is Children's Beginner Ballroom and Latin Classes in Stanley Common, Ilkeston. You never know they may find a future professional for Strictly Come Dancing!


The session will be running on Saturday 28th September and Saturday 5th October at Eventide Village Hall.  Further information can be found on the poster below.

The bees are in their hive

Honey bees swarm school rescued by Geoff local bee keeper and Thomas.

Honey Bees visit School 20.5.19

Ilkeston Cycle Club Youth Academy

Stanley Village Pre-School

Cake and Company

On Tuesday, Golden Eagle Class went to Cake & Company, it was lovely to spend time with people and everybody was very nice.

Lola-Belle Age 10


I really enjoyed Cake & Company; it was great. I met a man who had lived in Stanley for 64 years!

Jacob age 10


I met lots of interesting people.

Lily age 10

I went to Cake & Company. Everybody was very kind and it was fun talking to them.

Grace age 10


On Tuesday, Golden Eagle Class went to the Village Hall to spend time with the people of Cake & Company. It was lovely.

Leah age 10


I loved Cake & Company; a lady told me that her grandson had spent 15 years in the Navy- 7 years in the Submarines.

Archie age 9

Cake and company 2017

Our children have just donated £120 to the Children Society.