Freckleton Church of England Primary School

Parish School of Holy Trinity Church

School Lane, Freckleton, Preston, Lancashire PR4 1PJ

01772 632350

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Education Sunday 8th September 2019

 Thank you to all the staff, governors, children and their families as well as members of the parish @HolyTrinityFrec and community who joined us in school this morning for the Education Sunday Service.
It was lovely to see everyone enjoying fellowship together and being able to see the BAE Systems Heritage Display as well as visiting our school’s Living Museum which cover the history of our village specifically the impact of WW2 on our school and community.

Leavers' Service 19.07.19

Thank you to everyone who attended our lovely Leavers' Service and to those who made it so special.  It was lovely to welcome back Mrs Owen who presented the Bibles and the Trophies to the Year 6 children. Mr Fare, Chair of Governors, thanked Mrs Owen for the time she has been with our Freckleton family and wished her well for the future in her own headship which begins in September.


Leavers’ Service Individual Trophy Winners 2019





Achievement Award

Cordelia Bell

Ray Cycling Award

Lexie Millings

Merit Award

Dylan Goodman

Rotary Citizenship Award

Joshua LeighSophie Hindle

Boys Flat Race

Ike Borowski

Citizenship Award

Cordelia Bell

Girls Flat Race

Sophie Hindle

Art Award

Harry Bellwood

English Award

Oliver Camilleri

DT Award

Tyler Turnbull

Mathematics Award

Matthew Partridge

Millennium Music Award

Ben Warhurst

Science Award

Sonny Tobin

Worthy Music Award

Shyla Butchers

Trinity Trophy

Edward Willetts

The Moreton Award  for Creativity

Lily Armer

Scouts Jubilee Sports Award

Daniel Threlfall

Spanish Award

Taylor Allen

Walker Swimming Award

Katie Glover

Star of the School

Jake Gomery

 Congratulations to all our Year 6 children on their fantastic achievements.


Other Trophies

Memorial Aggregate Trophy

for the Inter-School

Club Day Relay Races


House Point Trophy Winners


Sports Day Trophy Winners



Stars of the Year Pupils of the Term Pupils of the Year


Right Start Pedestrian Training

 Reception Year 1 Year 2


Other Awards

IDL Maths Year 4 Swimming Year 6 Bikeability

a summer showcase; an evening of entertainment brought to YOU BY THE JUNIORS 02.07.19


Thank you we raised £135 for Medical Action Research.



Thank you for supporting our Race for Life we raised an amazing £1641



 It was a pleasure and privilege to attend the Confirmation Service with Communion at Holy Trinity Church, presided over by the Rt Revd Julian Henderson, Bishop of Blackburn,  to see four of our Year 6 children become full members of our parish church.  Cordelia, Katie, Sophie and Edward are true ambassadors of our church school and always let their lights shine!



Alleluia, Christ is risen!  He is risen indeed, Alleluia!

Thank you for your wonderful creations! The school hall has looked splendid all day filled with your wonderful Easter Gardens.

The winning gardeners were rewarded with 'A Real Easter Egg' by Rev Jane at our Easter Eucharist in Holy Trinity Church.

Reception Year 1 Year 2


Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6


And the winners with their special Easter Gardens:

Easter Bonnet Parade

Thank you to Mrs Garlick who judged the children's amazing creations! 

Sports Relief 2018 

An amazing £1062.77 raised; thank you to everyone who took part, gave money and to School Council for organising the great events. 


Year 4 Performance Poetry

Year 4 chose a mesmerising poem for their performance poetry with its superb imagery and haunting melody it did a splendid job of keeping everyone on their toes!



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Year 2 trip to Old Holly farm

On Tuesday 13th March Year 2 went on an educational visit to Old Holly Farm, accompanied by Mrs Eaves, Miss Regan, Mr Salthouse and Mrs Hughes.  When we arrived we went into the classroom and each painted a cardboard cow that we were able to bring home with us.  We then split into three groups and were guided by Lauren and Leannie to different areas of the farm.  We were able to go inside the milking parlour to see how the cows would be milked, unfortunately we couldn't see this in real life as they are milked at 5:30am and 4:30pm.  We saw the dairy and learnt about the foods that milk can be turned into for us to eat.  We then got to taste some of the delicious homemade ice-cream which is made at Old Holly Farm - yum, yum!  After lunch and a very important visit to the gift shop we had two more activities to complete.  We were shown around all the other farm animals and had the chance to stroke some of them.  We hunted for eggs amongst the hay bales and could feed the hungry calves.  We learnt a lot from this visit, but one of our favourite activities was playing in the soft play area, where we all got hot and sweaty!  It was a fantastic day out and the children and staff thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

World Book Day 2018! Check out some fantastic efforts from our children on the slideshow below! Thank you to all Parents and Guardians for helping to make the most amazing costumes! 

Faith on Thursday

In Spring 1st Half term, each Thursday afternoon we have been learning about Christianity in another country around the world.  All the children have been taught by different teachers in the school for one lesson each week where they have learnt about the culture, worship and Church in another part of the world.  They have also designed a cross from this country, many of which you will see on display around the school.  These lessons have been enjoyed by the staff and pupils alike and has helped us to gain a better understanding of how Christianity is a worldwide faith. 

Year 3 Performance Poetry

Thank you to Year 3 for an enjoyable performance of 'Gran can you rap?'


Year 2 Performance Poetry


Thank you to Year 2 for an excellent performance of 'Please Mrs Butler...'

Year 6 Performance Poetry 

Year 6 chose a brilliant poem for their performance poetry, superb imagery and positive references about building resilience.

The video is available on the school's Facebook page.

Year 5 Performance Poetry

Year 5 certainly got everyone into the festive mood as they recited the famous Clement C Moore Poem 'Twas the Night Before Christmas' during Celebration Worship on the 8th December.

The video is available on the school's Facebook page.