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Class 3 Bible Experience Exhibition taking place on Tuesday 25th September at Woodfield Gospel Hall in Harrogate.

Welcome to our School

May I offer you a warm welcome to our school, Follifoot CE Primary School is situated in the heart of Follifoot Village.  We are a happy school, where the education and the pastoral care of our children are at the forefront of our daily routine.

Best Wishes

Mr Paul Griffiths

Headteacher

  

-Vision & Mission-

 

 OUR VISION

LOVE LEARN THRIVE

 

LOVE

We love and nurture each individual.

LEARN

We are passionate about inspiring learning.

THRIVE

We value the uniqueness of each individual's achievements.

 

OUR MISSION

All pupils develop the attitudes, skills and values to enable them to thrive, building positive relationships and contributing to their communities.  Pupils develop confidence and resilience preparing them well to lead happy, healthy and successful lives.

Strong leadership focuses on creating outstanding provision that improves outcomes valuing personal development, well being and wider curriculum opportunities as highly as academic progress.  Every member of the Federation plays a significant part in its success retaining the distinctiveness of village schools whilst working effectively as a Federation.

 

 

 

Parent/Carers may request a paper copy of any document or piece of information contained within this website free of charge.  If you would like to make such a request, please contact Mrs Giddings in the school office and a copy will be made available to you within 5 working days.

 


 

 

Year 6 Leavers Service.

Posted 1/8/2018

Thank you to all those families who joined us for our Year 6 Leavers Service on Friday 20th July.  It was quite an emotional morning saying goodbye to our children but everyone enjoyed listening to their special memories and looking back at photographs taken throughout the years.  I would like to wish all our Year 6’s the very best of luck in the next stage of their journey, I know they will all be missed and we hope to see them again very soon.

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Class 3 End of Year Performance

Posted 1/8/2018

Well done to everyone in Class 3 for two amazing performances of Cinderella on Monday 16th July.    I know how hard you all worked for this fantastic performance and I think everyone will agree they were all stars!

Thank you to FOFs for serving refreshments.

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Harrogate Sports Partnership Rounders Final-Thursday 4th July 2018

Posted 6/7/2018

Having won all the games in the previous area competition our team dusted of their trainers and bats again

to take part in the Partnership finals this afternoon once again hosted at Rossett School. Placed in a Pool with St Mary's Two Richard Taylor Teams, North Rigton an North Stainley the team played five matches in all. The team work especially in the fielding was excellent and once again every team members represented their school incredibly well showing great courage, determination and sportsmanship. In total we won four of our five games finished second overall. Huge well done to everyone who took part.

 

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Key Stage Two Sporting Influence Tchoukball Festival-GOALS, GOALS, GOALS!!

Posted 2/7/2018

In glorious sunshine and hosted by Kirkby Overblow Primary, pupils from across the Federation took part in the first ever Key Stage Two Tchoukball festival run by Sporting Influence. This was a chance for pupils to take part in inter school competition in this new faced paced game. After a recap of the rules teams played two five minutes halves against each other in pools. The standards was incredibly high and a credit to all the pupils as for nearly all of them this was one of their first experiences of playing this game competitively. Huge well done to all who took part.

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Sporting Influence Competition Series Week Three-Another Closely Fought Contest!

Posted 28/6/2018
Under clear blue skies at Bilton Cricket club the joint Federation 'Spollifoot' team were once against part of an excellent closely contested paired cricket match tonight against Richard Taylor School. Having won the toss they choose to bat first. Following some strong batting including some excellent running between the wickets they set RTS a score of 237 to win.
In very warm conditions they set about defending their total with some excellent fielding skills especially stopping boundaries and some very controlled bowling. After their eight overs RTS posted a score of 229. Well done to all who tool part. 
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Harrogate Sports Partnership Rounders Competition

Posted 27/6/2018
Hosted at Rosssett School and in glorious sunshine pupils from Year 5&6 took part in the first stage of the sports partnership competition. They played four matches in total winning all four. Their teamwork when fielding in particular was very effective and it was great to twahc them working so well together in very warm conditions. They will now progress to face the winners from the other local areas in the partnership finals next week. Well done to all who took part. 
 
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Ashes Hero Promotes Spirit of Cricket

Posted 25/6/2018

National Cricket Week 2018

Pupils and staff from the Federation of Follifoot & Spofforth CE Primary Schools rounded off National Cricket Week with a day of events and celebrations, taking place at both schools and Spofforth Cricket Club today (Friday 22nd June 2018).

All children took part in the Chance to Shine spirit of cricket assembly learning about the importance of playing fair, winning and loosing well and respecting officials and the opposition. Pupils and staff took part in a bowl off and the ball bounce challenge.

Throughout the morning children took part in coaching sessions and also cricket in the classroom activities. Pupils form Year 5 &6 were joined by Paul Jeeves from the Yorkshire Post who talked to them about his role as a journalist covering different features related to cricket and the work of Taylors of Harrogate.

In the afternoon all 180 pupils took part in a host of battling, bowling and fielding challenges under the support and guidance of Chance to Shine coaches. Pupils were also joined by ex England wicket keeper and Ashes winner Matt Prior who provided expert tips. Matt also rounded off the afternoon with a Q&A session with pupils, reminding them oft the importance of perusing their dreams and ambitions with passion whatever they might be.

Paul Griffiths, Head Teacher for the Federation of Follifoot & Spofforth CE Primary Schools said:

“Our pupils love their sport and we work hard to provide a wide range of inspirational experiences for them throughout their time with us. We feel incredibly lucky to have had such inspiring sports stars and journalists visit the school and work with us. The day will live long in the children's memories. We are incredibly grateful to everyone at Chance to Shine and Taylors of Harrogate for making this day a possibility.

 

 

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Sporting Influence Summer Competition Series-Week Two, 20th June 2018

Posted 25/6/2018

JUST ONE RUN IN IT!

In week two of our competition series our joint Federation cricket team took on Highfield school in pairs cricket format. Each pair faced two overs. Tactics played a big part with many runs being scored but also 5 runs being subtracted for each wicket lost. Having won the toss 'Spollifoot' choose to field first and did a great job fielding very well as a team taking a total of five wickets against a strong Highfield batting line up. Following their ten overs it was the turn of the 'Spollifoot' team to bat. Runs came quickly with the opening pairs but careful defence was also needed against some very accurate bowling. With one over remaining scores were level. Although scoring one run form six balls may seem a relatively easy task this had to be done without loosing a wicket also. Having carefully defended a number of balls the wining run was scored by Laura partnered by Andre. A fantastic game and a great result huge well done to the whole team. 

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Sporting Influence Competition Series-Cricket

Posted 14/6/2018
Week One-A Trio of wins!
Our competition series with Sporting Influence begun again this week with the first of four weeks of competition against other local schools hosted at Bilton Cricket Club. The joint Federation team played three matches in all against Richard Taylor, Hookstone Chase and Bilton Grange. This week we played the fast paced Kwik Cricket version batting continually as a whole team for six minutes. After some super batting and some excellent fielding including a superb one handed diving catch from Samuel in the field the team emerged with victories from all three games. They showed great team work and good sportsmanship in their victories so a big well done to all.
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Year 6 Visit Iconic London Landmarks!

Posted 14/6/2018

On Tuesday 12th June, pupils in Year Six from both schools had the opportunity to visit our capital city for the day. Following an early start pupils arrived in London and headed straight to the Palace of Westminster. Despite many sections being shrouded in scaffolding it is still an incredibly impressive building from the outside. After checking in at the education centre pupils were given a full tour of the palace including visiting the robing room, the House of Lords and then had the chance to observe parliamentary debate first hand from the viewing gallery above the house of commons.  Following the tour the children took part in a laws and debating workshop to help them understand how laws are proposed, shaped and agreed between the two houses. They had the chance to propose and debate their own bill for which they choose the abolition of homework!

After a short stop for lunch we headed over Westminster Bridge to the Southbank and down to the London Eye where we were treated to a 4D cinema experience including a snow shower before our flight on the Eye. The views from the Eye were spectacular with a chance to see many on London’s most iconic sights.

After a shop walk back over to the Embankment side of the Thames we made our way down Whitehall to possible the most famous front door in the world. Following much planning in the days and weeks before we were lucky enough to head down Downing Street and see for ourselves where the Prime Minster lives and where the cabinet meets each week. Having taken a photo or fifty we headed through Horse guards to St James’ Park and on to see Buckingham Palace.

It was a busy but thoroughly enjoyable day. Many thanks to all the adults who supported this trip both staff, governors and volunteers. A final well done to all the children who coped incredibly well with a long day with lots of walking. I am sure it’s a day that will live long in their memories.

 

 

 

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