open classroom night
Tomorrow (Tuesday 14th September) is 'Open Classroom Night' 3.30 to 4.30pm. An opportunity to meet your child's class teacher and visit their learning environment for the school year ahead.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Freckleton Library - SCART Summer 2021 Reading Challenge
Shivani and the team at Freckleton Library want to invite children to get involved with the Lancashire Libraries summer reading challenge which continues to encourage children to participate in activities that are based around Science, Culture, Active, Reading and Technology (SCART).
The library service has produced a short video to explain SCART Club briefly but they do encourage pupils to come into the library to get further details about this and to sign up to this year's challenge. Signing up to SCART also allows one free entry to any Lancashire Museum.
There is an excellent selection of children's stock at Freckleton Library and any specific books that the children want to read can be sourced for free from another branch if required.
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School vision and values
‘Let knowledge be grounded in faith’
Freckleton Church of England Primary is a welcoming and caring Christian school, where everyone can learn and grow as part of God’s family.
Inspiring all to respect themselves and others, living life in its fullness; dedicated to delivering engaging learning in collaboration with our church, our families and the community.
Forgiveness, Friendship, Hope, Perseverance, Respect, Responsibility, Thankfulness, Trust and Truthfulness
Mrs R S Ainsworth
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 180 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.
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