Gallow Field Road
Telephone: 01858 545 328
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The online admissions portal for school places for September 2022 intake is now open. Apply for your child's place at https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/popular-now/apply-for-a-primary-school-place. We are also offering individual/family visits to the school. Please contact the school office (01858 545328) to book your tour of the school.
I am delighted that you have taken this opportunity to learn more about Foxton Primary School. As Head Teacher I am proud that our school offers a happy place to learn. It has a well-deserved reputation for excellent results, the level of care, and giving opportunities to all.
We are a small school with BIG advantages:
No-one can melt into the background, we value all pupils equally and believe that their time in
school should be rewarding and fulfilling. Our caring environment enables pupils to develop high self-esteem and experience success in learning and in their personal growth.
This website will give you an introduction to the life of our school. However, no website can give a complete picture of our school, its ethos, activities or learning environment so I therefore extend a warm invitation to visit our school at your convenience, by appointment, telephone 01858 545328 or e-mail email@example.com
Paper copies of all the documents on this website are available from the School Office, please speak with Mrs Raymakers or Mrs Hubbard. All queries relating to data should be directed to the Phillip Clark - Head Teacher or to Roger Phillips - Data Protection Officer (DPO). Privacy Notice
Coming Soon - First Day of Term - Wednesday 25th August
Available at Foxton
Breakfast Club - Daily from 8am - £2.00 for supervision, £2.60 for supervision and breakfast.
After School Care - Daily until 5.30pm - £5.50 per session - Booking Letter.Tweets by FoxtonPrimary
Before school club and after school care need to be booked in advance.
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Ofsted 2018 - confirms that Foxton Primary School is a GOOD school. Our short inspection on 25th January confirmed the previous inspection judgements, even with these increased expectations, and we believe it is our strongest inspection report to date. This is an excellent achievement for our children, staff and governors and I am extremely proud of them all. Click to read the letter from the inspector.
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Image Galleries Updated - Foxton Locks Harborough Carnival, Year 1 and 2's Forest School Visit
International School Award
International School Award Re-Accreditation: APPROVED - Assessors Conclusion:
"The international dimension is well established in your school's curriculum and whole-school ethos, promoting citizenship and foreign language learning, as well as celebrating cultural diversity across the school and wider community. Your active link with a school in Spain is providing rich learning opportunities for pupils and staff, both via curriculum-based joint project activities and also during the visits to Spain. Your ten submitted international activities have enabled your pupils to learn about other countries and aspects of their cultures in different curriculum areas and age groups, with international work taking place throughout the year. Activities such as "Global Debate" are enabling your pupils to consider and reflect on issues in a meaningful context. Foreign language learning, particularly Spanish, is brought to life via your Spanish link which provides real-life context and intercultural understanding. Your international work is well managed and coordinated so that it is an integral part of your annual curriculum. Your Impact Evaluation is detailed and insightful. You recognise your pupils' increased knowledge of other countries and aspects of their cultures. They are clearly enjoying the direct contact with peers in Spain which is motivating excitement to learn about the world and consider differences and similarities. In short, your pupils are developing important citizenship skills and attributes via their international work and collaboration. You also acknowledge the benefits of international work for staff professional development in terms of increased curriculum planning skills to incorporate an international dimension as well as increased team work. You are also proud to involve families and local community members in your international and multicultural activities. You have good plans to sustain and further develop your international work and collaboration, and your ambassadorial role is well established via your promotion and support of international opportunities and the International School Award programme within your local cluster of schools. Congratulations! Foxton Primary is an International School in every respect. We wish you continuing success and enjoyment with your ongoing international work."
Congratulations on working so hard to co-ordinate such an impressive range of work as an International Co-ordinator! You are a credit to the school and the wider community.