St Stephen's Infant School

Striving, Supporting, Inspiring, Succeeding

Lansdown Road, Bristol, Avon, BS15 1XD

01454 866470

School Day: 8:50am-3.15pm – all year groups


7.6.19   Puzzlewood

What a wet day! We had lots of puddles to climb over, but we still had fun!

30.4.19   Infant Agility

We worked with a teacher from Mangotsfield School and the Y5 leaders to test ourselves on key sports skills: balance, speed and throwing. It was great fun - we'll find out the results soon!

4.4.19 Science Week - Boats

Well done for your fantastic home learning - boats! We had lots of different kinds and we tested them today.

1.4.19 Science Week - Smoothie Making


We're finding out about which foods are healthy for our bodies. We made a smoothie today. 

16.1.19 Winter Morning

Although we didn't have snow, we still managed to spot some signs of winter during our walk.

Then we mixed up classes and worked with Year 1 and Reception to create snowflakes!

7.1.19 Dinosaur at St Stephen’s Infants!

Welcome back!

We received a letter today…

Look what we found...


Rocket Home Learning

Thank you for your amazing rockets that you built for home learning. We tried them out this afternoon.


Friendship Week - Random Act of Kindness

Today, we carried out a Random Act of Kindness in Leo Class. Harry kindly brought in Lego cards he didn't want anymore, so we decided to share them with all the children in the school - just to make them smile! We wrote a letter to each class, then shared the packs of cards out.


Playpod Spaceships

We worked together to make spaceships, then we described them to other teams.


Autumn Morning

It was our first seasons day of the year - Autumn! We spent the morning going on a welly walk, collecting leaves and making a 'leaf kebab'.

After play, we joined together with Red Class and Elmer Class for some autumn poetry and art.


Playpod Afternoon

This afternoon, Leo class created some items to help them escape from the Great Fire of London! Can you see what they've made?


Great Fire of St Stephens!

First we made boxes look like houses in 1666...

And then we created our own Great Fire of St Stephens!