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Frithville Primary School


Welcome to Frithville Primary School


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


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


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


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


Scroll down for the latest on the School Appeals Deadline and School reopening information

Is your child due to start school in September 2021?
If so please see School Admissions

School Appeals Deadline

Dear Parents and Carers,

The Primary School National Offer Day is Friday 16th April 2021. The deadline for an appeal is to be received by Noon Monday 17th May 2021.

More details can be found on the Lincolnshire County Council website.

Covid-19 Welcome back to School

Dear Parents/Carers,

Following the Government announcement, the school will reopen on Monday 8th March 2021, with details below.

Overview of the proposed return:

The plan is based around the conditional return date of Monday 8th March 2021, but depending on further DfE guidance, would apply to any start date thereafter.

Monday 8th March 2021 – All children and staff in school, organised in bubbles.

Logistics – Communal Safety and Staff Well-being for the return of all children on Monday 8th March 2021.

General considerations for all:

  1. All staff return to normal working hours once schools reopen for the return of children, thereby allowing:
  2. Start and finish times of the school day as normal.
  3. Children will wear school uniform.
  4. The office will be off limits to children.
  5. PPE available for use in emergencies.
  6. Both schools will provide the normal selection of lunches for children, including those who are entitled to FSM, UIFSM or require them. The lunches will be eaten in classroom bubbles.
  7. Toilets return to normal availability – continue enhanced cleaning regime. Paper towel dispensers to temporarily replace hand dryers continued.
  8. Reading books will be sent home on Mondays and can only be returned on Thursdays.
  9. PE kits will only be brought in on the designated days as below:

Frithville = Monday & Tuesday

  • KS1 will have available:

-Entrance via outdoor area,

-Class 1 and the ICT suite for learning,

-Bottom playground and timetabled access to field.

  • KS2 will have available:

-Entrance via the top playground,

-Class 2, class 3 for learning and library for learning,

-Top playground and timetabled access to field.

  • Staff:

-Entrance via front door,

-Usual staff toilet.

-Work wherever possible with their own key stage.

  • Parents:

-Entrance via front door.

-Meet with staff by appointment only.

-email: or call 01205 750291

Please take a look at the School Reopening FAQ by clicking on the download link below.

Any questions regarding your personal circumstances, or any well-being issues, then please contact me at

Please be aware that government guidelines could change at any time, we will endeavour to keep you informed, via text and email.

Take care, stay safe,

Paul Bargh

Online Open Day Video.

Dear Parents and Carers,

Unfortunately, prospective parents and pupils cannot visit us during the current situation, but we would still like to show you around our wonderful schools.  So take a look at our Open Day Video below.  

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions or queries. 

Welcome to the Frithville Primary School Website…

We are very proud of our school. We 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. Support is always available and we are constantly striving to 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 part of the Horncastle Education Trust along 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