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We hope you enjoy browsing through our website. We aim to make our school a happy, caring, safe and inviting place to be. We believe that learning is exciting and that the time your child spends here will lay a firm foundation for his/her future.

Stannington is a small village in central Northumberland which is associated with Morpeth and its county council. The population of the civil parish was 1,219 at the 2001 Census, increasing to 1,280 at the 2011 Census.[2] Stannington is divided into three: Stannington North-East Quarter, Stannington North-West Quarter and Stannington South Quarter. The total area of Stannington, including Stannington Vale, is 10,093 acres (40.84 km2).

There is a strong partnership with parents and governors who are active in the life of the school. We welcome parents as partners in the education of their children and look forward to working with you.

Stannington's oldest building is the church, St. Mary The Virgin. The original church on that site dates back to 1190AD but the present one replaced it in 1871 at a cost of £6,000.[3]

Welcome to Christ Church Stannington, we are a community of people learning to love God and to love our neighbours and to be more Christlike in our lives. We hope that through our worship and witness, others too of all ages may find faith and grow in faith. Do join us. Tim Fletcher Parish Priest

Stannington First School is located near the church. The village also has a post office.

Stannington Park is a new community near the village of Stannington in Northumberland. It features 2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom homes and apartments in a stunning woodland setting.

In 1847 a railway station was opened near the village. Initially known as Netherton, it was renamed to Stannington in 1892, but passenger services ended in 1958 and the station finally closed to goods trains too in 1964.[5]

Stannington Park offers the tranquillity of living in the countryside, with the convenience of being just 4 miles from Morpeth town centre. Newcastle is also just 14 miles away, allowing you to be in the city centre in around 20 minutes.

For further information regarding this new development in Stannington call 01670 789572 and speak to one of our sales advisors, or request a call back above.

The Village: new phase just launched – contact our sales advisor for details

This development will be built upon the grounds of the old St Mary's hospital, which closed during the 1990s, and is situated about 3 miles from Stannington village and the A1 trunk road.

Stannington is a suburb in the City of Sheffield. The area is located in the civil parish of Bradfield, and is in the electoral ward of Stannington. Stannington is situated right on the western edge of the Sheffield urban area

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Stannington Park is a new community nestled in the heart of the Northumberland countryside. The development features 2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom homes and apartments in a stunning woodland setting, near the village of Stannington, Northumberland.

The development lies within the catchment area of Stannington First school (3 miles), Morpeth Chantry Middle School - last rated as "Good" by Ofsted (5 miles), and King Edward VI high school and sixth form, which was last rated "Excellent" by Ofsted (5 miles).

"We are absolutely delighted with our new home, the rooms are spacious and well designed. Bellway’s sales advisor was excellent and couldn’t have done more to help us throughout the buying process and we have been equally impressed with the attention from the site manager after we moved in."

Significant buildings in the area include the Christ Church parish church on Church Street; the Unitarian chapel, Underbank Chapel; and the country house, Revell Grange; all of which are Grade II listed structures. Stannington is served by Sheffield Supertram Bus route SL2 which links it with Malin Bridge.

The school benefits from a pleasant and rich environment, including a very large playing field and a wonderful school garden.

The A1 road arcs past the village and in instances of traffic accidents or otherwise-motivated road closures, traffic from the A1 has been diverted though the village. This section of the A1 was substantially rebuilt with two new roundabouts and new junctions in 2003 and 2004 following a fatal accident in 1999. [4]

The village of Stannington lies between Newcastle and Morpeth, right in the heart of Northumberland.

We're always interested to hear your views and comments about any aspect of school life.

Extending across 136 acres, this new community features green, open spaces and traditional village amenities, including a cricket pitch and community centre. Stannington Park also plays host to a new gastro pub, situated in a beautiful converted building, which will be the heart and soul of the existing and new communities.