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Our Harvest Festival will take place on Thursday 17th October, 9.30am in Follifoot Church followed by refreshments in school.

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.

 


 

 

School Vision Captured in community Art Project

Posted 11/10/2019

Children at Follifoot CE Primary School are enjoying sharing their art and design work with all who visit the school via their outdoor Mosaic. At the end of last year, children enjoyed a series of lesson delivered by school in partnership with local charity Craft Aid. The charity that support adults with learning differences helped the children and design and create this fantastic outdoor Mosaic which now takes pride of place outside the front entrance to the school. The children created the wonderful design incorporating our Vision of ‘Love, Learn, Thrive’ and then worked as a whole class to create the mosaic from hundreds of tile pieces.

Head teacher Paul Griffiths said ‘It was lovely to see the children and adults working so closely together to produce such a brilliant piece of work’. Working in partnership with charities such as Craft Aid helps prepare our children to be active citizens making positive contributions to their communities.

Following the completion of the project the children took a collection following their end of year production and were delighted to make a £60 donation to the work of Craft Aid.

Well done and huge thanks to everyone involved in this project.

 

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Competition Series Continues

Posted 11/10/2019
The nights may be drawing in, the air cooling and the rain more frequent however are sporting sprits are not deterred or dampened by the changing weather. Tonight was another super evening of football fun up on the pitch at Harrogate High with Sporting Influence. We had enough children tonight for two 'Spollifoot' seven aside teams and enjoyed a 'Spollifoot' Derby as well as games against New Park and Hookstone Chase. As always the games were played in super spirit with great performances from all and good team spirit. Well done to all.
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Early Years & Key stage 1 Inter School Sporting Competition

Posted 9/10/2019
Children from Early Years and Key Stage One all took part in inter school sports competition this morning. Having worked hard over the last few week sin the PE sessions with their teachers and Mr Mcturnan they all geared up to compete in he teams in a range of fitness, and agility activities. It  was great to see over 70 children in competition and get to show off their skills from their PE lessons.
 
The results:
 
Spofforth Class 1 Infant Agility - Team 3 (Winners) 78
                 Team 2 (77), Team 1 and 5 (67), Team 4 (58)
 
KS1 Infant Agility - 
Sp 2 (99), Sp 4 (98), Sp 3 (94), Ff 2 (93) FF 1 and Sp 1 (87)
 
Winning team - Seth, Ben, Jessica, Olivia, Jack, Emmeline & Grace.
 
Well done to all who took part. We were hoping for KS2 to take part I cross country events at the cricket club put due to the water logged pitch this has been postponed until dryer weather.
 
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Sporting Influence-Week Two

Posted 20/9/2019
We all enjoyed another evening up at Harrogate High tonight for week two of our football completion series. After a reminder from Mr Moss about the Sporting Values we always work on of respect, communication and body language we got straight into our three matches against Bilton Grange, New Park and Grove Road.
 
As always our Federation team did us proud showing great teamwork, skill, and commitment in all matches. We started with a 2-1 win against New Park with two goals and an amazing goal line clearance in the last ten seconds from Louis. The second game was a hard fount battle with Grove Road. Some amazing goalkeeping from Ava helped keep the score to 0-0 until the very last second when Bilton finally broke through the stout 'Spollifoot' defence to sneak a 1-0 win. The final games was also a narrow 1-0 defeat but with plenty of chances for both teams. Very well played to all who took part.
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Sporting Influence Competition Series. Week One-Fun in the Sun!

Posted 18/9/2019

Our weekly competition series at Harrogate High kicked off Wednesday 11th September in glorious sunshine as children from year 5 & 6 in both schools took part in mixed football.  We began the first session with some individual skills based work and passing drills before taking on Bramhope School with a few loans from our Federation to even up the team numbers.  There were some impressive individual and team work skills on display with all the children showing great sporting values throughout the play.  Well done to all. 

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Year Six Pause for Thought

Posted 15/7/2019

Year Six took time on  the afternoon of Tuesday 9th July to pause for thought. During this incredibly busy summer term of productions, sports fixture's, transition events, leavers events and school trips we took some time to pause and reflect. In the quiet and peaceful surroundings of Spofforth Church guided by staff and supported by Reverend Barbara and Reader Mrs Slocomb the children had the opportunity to reflect on their time at school considering their achievements. Children also reflected on moving on and the skills and attitudes they will take with them on their journey.

Many thanks to the children who suggested this and to Mrs James, Rvd Barbara and Mrs Slocombe for planning and leading.

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Federation London Visit

Posted 9/7/2019

In their final trip of their primary school experience children in Year Six from across the Federation visited London and the end of last week.

In a jam-packed day the children managed to visit Westminster Abbey, Downing Street, The Houses of Parliament and the London Eye.

Arriving in London via a rather noisy Lords Cricket ground hosting a world cup fixture children ate the lunch in the peaceful and tranquil surroundings of Westminster Abbey cloisters. Following this they were able to tour the Abbey taking in the enormity and splendour of the building with such history and importance. 

It was then a short walk from the Abbey down Whitehall to see what is arguably the most famous front door in the world. No peering through the gates though for us! We were lucky enough to be able to walk down Downing Street right to the front door seeing first-hand the home of the Prime Minster and the heart of the cabinet.

Having posed for a photo or 50, it was tie to head back to the Palace of Westminster better known as the Houses of Parliament.  The children were then able to tour parliament visiting both the House of Lords and the House of Commons as well as voting lobby’s and Westminster Hall.  Following their tour children took part in a workshop on laws and debating where they debated their proposed bill to ban single use plastics. They were also joined for this by Selby and Ainsty MP Nigel Adams who answered some challenging questions from the children and from a few of the adults too!

The final part of our visit took us over the river via Westminster Bridge for a flight on the London Eye. In beautiful sunshine it was possible to see for miles taking in many of London’s historic landmarks.

Huge thanks to the staff and volunteers who made this trip possible.

 

 

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Cricket Competition Series Week Four

Posted 9/7/2019

In glorious sunshine we enjoyed our final week of cricket competition last night at Bilton Cricket Club. Our Federation team played a two innings match against a joint team from Highfield and Hookstone. Each team had two twelve minute innings with batters rotating every three balls. It was a fast paced game with many runs scored and also a number of wickets falling.

Over the two innings it was a closely fought contest with the Federation team emerging winners scoring 103 runs in total and winning by 24 runs. Well done to all who took part. 

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Chance of a Life Time with Chance to Shine

Posted 9/7/2019

Children from Years 5&6 in the Federation took part in an amazing day of cricket activities and workshops in Partnership with Yorkshire County Cricket Foundation and Chance to Shine. 

In the morning the children created their own Cricket Word Cup themed dance and took part in a workshop to negotiate a new shirt sponsor contract for YCC. There was some fierce negotiation in the boardroom with deal struck just in time for lunch!

In the afternoon bathed in glorious sunshine, the children undertook a cricket skills workshop developing their fielding skills as well as the chance to play pairs cricket. The highlight of the day without a doubt though was a batting master class from former England captain and cricket legend Michael Vaughan. Michael was very generous with his time passing on top batting tips and allowing the children to attempt bowl at him. There were several successful wicket takers and a fantastic day was had by all. Huge thanks to Yorkshire Cricket Foundation, Chance to Shine and also Taylors of Harrogate for making this day possible for our children.

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Crucial Crew-Tuesday 25th June 2019

Posted 28/6/2019
On Tuesday, our year 6's were excited to be involved in this years Crucial Crew; a multi agency event raising awareness of the different safety issues that could happen in real life as the children prepare to start High
School. The children got actively involved in the sessions, including workshops run by North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue, North Yorkshire Police & Northern Powergrid. 
One child said, “The best bit was the river challenge & thinking of all the ways you could help someone get out of the water safely if they fell in.” 
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