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Please check the school diary dates for exciting events taking place this half term and leading up to Christmas!

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

  

Our Vision:

Follifoot CE Primary School’s vision for our children is rooted in Christian belief and principles. It is the core aim of our school that every member of the school community feels valued and respected and that each person is treated fairly and well. We are a caring school, whose values are built on mutual trust and respect for all.

Our Values: We adopt all Christian Values as a guiding principle. We follow a cycle of planning our acts of worship and half termly focus around the following values; thankfulness, humility, endurance, service, compassion, trust, peace, forgiveness, friendship, justice and hope.

Our Aims: As a school we aim to work towards excellent standards of achievement and behaviour, inspiring a love of learning and providing the opportunities and encouragement for each child to develop to their greatest potential.

At our school we:

  • Promote a secure, caring and supportive environment in which high standards of behaviour are expected.
  • Every child has the right to learn and every teacher has the right to teach.
  • Recognise, respect and encourage the individuality of the child.
  • Promote Christian Values while showing respect for the beliefs of others.
  • Encourage excellence in both learning and teaching.
  • Adults and children have a good working relationship and mutual respect.
  • All staff are highly motivated and part of a supportive, professional team.
  • Governors are supportive, involved and well informed. They are key members of the team.
  • Parents contribute significantly to the school. They are welcomed, encouraged and valued in all areas of school life.
  • Encourage an awareness and understanding of the similarities and differences of all people within the wider world.

 

Best wishes

Mr Paul Griffiths

Head teacher

 

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.

 


 

 

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Children In Need 2017

Posted 17/11/2017

Everyone looked great, celebrating Children In Need on Friday 17th November.  Thank you to everyone who gave so generously!

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Sporting Influence Competition Series Kicks off!

Posted 16/11/2017

On Wednesday 15th November saw the first of our Sporting Influence competition fixtures with a joint Federation football team competing at Harrogate High.  Working with other local schools and our colleagues at Sporting Influence who support our PE and club provision and offer fantastic sporting holiday camps.  The team played three fixtures under the floodlights.

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Harrogate SportsPartnership Key Stage Two Cross Country

Posted 2/11/2017

The autumn term sporting action continued tonight with the Key Stage Two cross country running hosted at a rather boggy Harrogate High.  Children from Year 3-6 competed over the distance of 1200m and 1800m in some challenging conditions.  Spirits were high and the encouragement from the side-lines for their team mates was a pleasure to see.

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Harrogate Sports Partnership Small Schools Football-Years 3&4

Posted 20/10/2017

Undefeated Tournament Run.

 

On Wednesday 18th October ten children from years 3 & 4 represented Follifoot School in the Sports Partnership Football Tournament hosted at Rossett High School.  The team played four closely contested matches against fellow small schools, North Rigton, Scotton Lingerfield, Killinghall and All Saints Kirkby Overblow.

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Off to a winning start!

Posted 22/9/2017

The joint team from Follifoot and Spofforth Schools put in a fantastic team effort to achieve first place at the Sports Hall Athletics Competition.  The children took part in several indoor track and field events that required both speed and endurance.   Well done to all of the competitors!

 

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New Starters September 2017

Posted 11/9/2017

Welcome back to everyone, and a very warm welcome to all our new families who have started school.

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Year 6 Leavers Service

Posted 22/7/2017

On Thursday 20th July, see held our annual Year 6 leavers service, listening to their favourite memories of Follifoot School and looking back at old photographs.  We wish our four Year 6's the very best of luck when they start their new high schools.

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Class 3 Trip to Dunstan's Hall at Temple Newsam

Posted 13/7/2017

 

Class 3 visited Dunstan's Hall at Temple Newsam park recently where they spent a day learning about life as an Anglo-Saxon.  They threshed wheat and then ground it to make their own bread, they listened to stories in a mead-hall and learnt how to train for battle.

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Class 2 Residential Trip

Posted 13/7/2017

Week commencing 10th July, Class 2 went on a mini residential to York.  We had a great time experiencing everyday Viking life at Jorvik, and then digging up artefacts from the past at Dig.

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