Freckleton Church of England Primary School

Parish School of Holy Trinity Church

School Lane, Freckleton, Preston, Lancashire PR4 1PJ

01772 632350

bursar@freckleton.lancs.sch.uk

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Easter Bonnet Parade 2018

Thank you to Mrs Garlick who came along to judge our Easter Bonnet Parade; the children had all made a tremendous effort and the bonnets were truly beautiful!

 

Easter Bonnet Winners

Freckles

Reception

Year 2

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Robert Rhodes

Elsie Rothwell

Finlay Bamber

Ethan Wignall

Jayden Finch

Declan Calderbank

Connor Hopcroft

Zach Dutton

Easter Bonnet Runner-Ups

Freckles

Reception

Year 2

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Alexia Madely

Millie Turcsanyi

Mollie Walsh

Jack Willetts

Lola Coyne

Olivia Butterworth

Sophie Hindle

Alisha Law

Sport Relief 2018 

School Council organised an array of activities  to celebrate Sport Relief and raised an amazing £1062.77 for worthy causes.

Our school got involved, got active and made a difference!

 

Sing Together 2018



Well done to all the children who took part in the 'Sing Together' concert at King Georges Hall, Blackburn!  

A great big thank you goes to Mrs Owen & Mr Bentham for preparing them for the 'live' performance.  The children took part in several ensemble pieces as a whole choir and also a sectional piece ‘Cats and Mice’.

 

Year 5 Class Assembly with special guest Mark Menzies MP



Year 5 enjoyed a fantastic visit to London and the Houses of Parliament on Friday 2nd February 2018; on Friday 2nd March they shared their adventure with the rest of the school, parents, friends and family as well as the MP for Fylde & Wyre Constituency Mark Menzies during their class assembly. 

Please go to their class page for more information!

WORLD BOOK DAY - THURSDAY 1ST MARCH 2018

WORLD BOOK DAY  Book Character Parade

Thank you for making the day so special with your wonderful costumes, including the staff!

Please click here to see more photographs.

WORLD BOOK DAY PTFA Story Time Fundraiser

Thank you to all those who stayed to enjoy  story-telling as part of our World Book Day Celebrations.£53 was raised by the PTFA which will go towards new books for the school Library.

World Thinking Day - Thursday 22nd February 2018

Well done to all the children who attended school in their Rainbow/Brownie/Guide or Beaver/Cub/Scout uniforms to celebrate World Thinking Day on Thursday 22nd February 2018.

  

Our nursery and pre-school provision 'Freckles' is open 8am to 5pm; see staff to book your child's place!

epiphany praise

It was lovely to welcome everyone back to school this morning and to visit Holy Trinity Church for 'Epiphany Praise'. Year 2 children acting out the visit of the Magi whilst the teachers read aloud made the service even more special.

Freckleton Library re-opening

School Council enjoyed the re-opening of Freckleton Library; they were very pleased to be invited as they petitioned against its closure last academic year.

Reception Class will visit in the afternoon for a Story Time session.

Latest Calendar Events

School Closes for Half Term 3:25/3:30pm25May2018

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Inset Day 404Jun2018

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School Opens 8:55/9:00am05Jun2018

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 who we are

School Mission Statement

We are a welcoming and caring Christian school where everyone can learn and grow as part of God’s family.

School Vision

We want our children to be happy, independent, confident learners who reach their full potential. They will have respect for others and become valued members of the community.

WELCOME

School Badge

Mrs R S Ainsworth

Headteacher

Dear Parents & Carers,

Freckleton Church of England Primary School is situated at the heart of the village and we are proud to serve the local community of Freckleton. The school was founded in 1839 and the Christian principles on which it was founded over 175 years ago are still important today as we continue to enjoy close links with Holy Trinity Church.

The school badge has a blue shield, with a gold border, and a golden anchor, on which is the motto: ‘In fide Scientia Consistat’ – ‘Let knowledge be grounded in faith’. The anchor is the symbol of Christian hope and reminds us of Freckleton’s historic connections with boat building and the sea whilst the motto reminds us of our firm foundation in God's love for a bright future.

We are a child-centred happy school where children enjoy learning and playing together. We recognise that every child is unique and all staff work hard to ensure that learning is personalised so that it meets the needs of individuals. Our aim is that each and every child leaves our school with the key basic skills to equip them for further learning – in particular good reading, writing and mathematical skills. We can therefore provide a caring and inclusive environment for all children.

However we not only aim to teach children to the highest educational standards but we teach them about God, life, friendships, how to treat others and how to carry themselves through life as kind and thoughtful people.

We are also able to offer a range of extracurricular opportunities – and are always open to further ideas! Children are always encouraged to share their talents whatever they may be. We provide many opportunities for children to excel on the sporting field and to learn a range of musical instruments.

Thank you for taking the time to look at our website. As a school we are pleased you are looking at or have chosen us to help and guide your child on their learning journey. I hope this website will provide you with some of the information you will need, however, please do not hesitate to contact me for any further information or support.

I would love the opportunity to show you round our excellent facilities and look forward to you becoming part of our family.

Yours faithfully,

Rachael Ainsworth

Headteacher