Staniland Academy

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Staniland Academy
Motto Happy Learners, Aiming High
Type Academy
Headteacher Adrian Reed [1]
Location Peck Avenue
PE21 8DF
52°58′25″N 0°02′13″W / 52.973693°N 0.037071°W / 52.973693; -0.037071Coordinates: 52°58′25″N 0°02′13″W / 52.973693°N 0.037071°W / 52.973693; -0.037071
DfE number 925/2239
DfE URN 138752 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Students 336
Gender Mixed
Ages 3–11
Houses Botolph, Haven, Pilgrim, Witham
Mascot Seagull

Staniland Academy (formerly Staniland School) is a primary school with academy status in Boston, Lincolnshire, England. Established in 1896, the school is organized into four houses: Botolph, Haven, Pilgrim, and Witham.


Staniland School was established in 1896 and located at Fydell Street, Boston. In 1987 the school moved to its present location at Peck Avenue, Boston.

Following the resignation of the school's headteacher in 2008, the school spent most of the following term looking for a new headteacher. Eventually they chose instead to join with Haven High Technology College and Carlton Road Primary School in the Witham Schools Federation, making Adrian Reed the school's incumbent head teacher.[1]

The school is now an academy.


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