Welcome to Framfield Church of England Primary School

Perseverance, Fellowship, Courage, Respect, Understanding, Thankfulness

Headteacher’s Welcome

A very warm welcome to Framfield Church of England Primary School. We are a school where everyone knows each other and these relationships permeate the school and also to the community. Having strong relationships is key in order for children to feel secure enough to ‘get out of their comfort zone’ and persevere through challenging times. We believe in everyone striving to ‘Be the best that they can be’ and we want everyone who sets foot into the school to live ‘Life in all its fullness’ (John 10:10).

We are a school that is inclusive and supportive of all. The school is proud of its Christian distinctiveness and active connection to the village church; families of different faiths and non-faith are respected and welcome. Together we create a wonderfully diverse and caring community.

The children are exposed to a variety of learning experiences such as enrichment trips and there are many different ways in which children can represent the school in a variety of competitions and matches. We empower the children so there are chances to undertake leadership roles such as ‘Buddies’, ‘School Council Representatives’ and ‘House Captains.’

The school has strong links to the local community and families; we share the knowledge, skills and experiences of the children’s relatives by inviting the adults in for talks. We have a great pool of volunteers who come in to support ‘Forest School’, hear readers and run the ‘Kiss and Drop’ in the mornings.

The saying ‘Small but mighty’ certainly applies to this village school. We would love to welcome you in for a visit and see what we can offer.

Kind regards,
Keiran Bradbeer

You can also visit the websites of Blackboys C of E Primary SchoolSt Thomas à Becket Church, Framfield and the Diocese of Chichester.

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