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Frithville Primary School

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Welcome to Frithville Primary School

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We have a safe and supportive
environment for all our pupils
and provide them with opportunities
to make healthy and
safe choices.

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Children enjoy a wide range of activities that promote creativity
and provide excellent opportunities for everyone to enjoy success.

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We have strong international links
within our curriculum that help
prepare our children for their place
in a global economy.

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We have a strong emphasis on
providing high quality physical education
led by specialists and
promoted by cluster events.

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COVID-19 UPDATE:

Please refer to the newly updated COVID-19 Statement below for the latest information on the re-opening of the school.

Is your child due to start school in September 2020?
If so please see School Admissions

Covid-19 Statement – 20th May 2020

At Frithville Primary School we appreciate that nationally the Government’s plans change day by day, and that you will have many questions about arrangements in school as they formulate a way forward for easing the current restrictions.  As Headteacher, I want to reassure you that as we navigate the complicated road ahead, my utmost priority when making decisions around any wider opening will be the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff –a view which is supported across Horncastle Education Trust: 

Horncastle Education Trust believes that the safety and wellbeing of its children and staff are paramount.   Following the government’s announcement about the wider opening of schools over the coming weeks, the Trust has asked its Headteachers to develop their planning of how that might be achieved and what limitations are placed upon them by the configuration and capacity of school sites, the availability of staff and the requirements to meet social distancing rules and enhanced hygiene protocols.  Their planning will be focussed on and rooted in the safety and wellbeing of their children, staff and wider community of parents and carers.  Over the coming weeks, school leaders will be undertaking careful and detailed planning working to four common principles: 

1. An obligation to ensure the safety of children, staff and parents 

2. A commitment to the welfare and wellbeing of children and staff 

3. An undertaking that the necessary planning will be measured and considered  

4. Make the best possible decisions based on the evidence and guidance available and within the limitations set by their location and locality. 

 As we enter this period of planning, it is important to pay tribute to the excellent work that all school staff have undertaken during the lockdown. 

The current position within our school is that we will continue to be open for children of key workers, and those children who are vulnerable until 27th May when we will close for deep cleaning.  Further arrangements will be made from the beginning of June in order to support the children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6.  There is clearly a large amount of planning to take place in a relatively short period of time and I appreciate your patience as this is completed.  When I am in a position to share further details, I will communicate directly with parents affected.  I am keen to understand and respond to any concerns you may have. We have come through recent weeks by working together and supporting each other, and I am sure that by adopting the same approach we will rise to these latest challenges. 

In recent weeks, we welcomed staff and those children from New York Primary School whose parents are key workers and who are vulnerable, it has been a pleasure to include them within our school community.  New York Primary School site will reopen from 1st June for these children.   

Arrangements remain in place via weekly food boxes to support families of children who are eligible for free school meals.  

Children not attending school continue to be able to access work remotely via https://fvny.org.uk/home-learning/

In order for us to continue to discharge our safeguarding responsibilities, if your child is due to attend and you need to report an absence, please telephone in the usual way to let us know. 

During the closure period please direct any non-urgent enquiries to paul.bargh@frithville.lincs.sch.uk

We will continue to monitor emails, however, due to remote working and the volume of enquiries we may receive, it may take a little longer for us to respond.   

We thank you for your patience at this difficult time and send our warm wishes to you and your families. 

Welcome to the Frithville Primary School Website…

We are very proud of our school. We try to operate as a big ‘family’, one where each child is important, and where they feel truly cared for, secure and safe.  We set high expectations for our pupils and standards of behaviour are high.  Appropriate support is always available and we are constantly striving to maintain and raise academic standards.

As part of this successful team, you, as parents, have a key role to play in your child’s education.  Your child will sometimes have work to do at home.  Your support in this matter is vital.  We are always prepared to discuss this, or any other matter, with you and operate an ‘open door’ policy for all parents and carers.

Frithville Primary School is federated with New York, which is another small rural school, just five miles away and both of these schools are part of the ‘Small Aspiring Schools’ Collaboration, which includes: Gipsey Bridge Academy, Spilsby Primary School, Bucknall Primary School, Eresby Special School, Kirkby on Bain Church of England Primary School and Mareham le Fen Church of England Primary School.

Paul Bargh – Executive Headteacher

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