Monday 18th January:
School has remained open for critical key workers and vulnerable children as required by the Department for Education. We have allocated places to families with 2 critical key workers or in single parent families if this parent is a critical key worker. If anyone feels their child is vulnerable or you are unable to access any learning from home, please contact us to discuss a possible place. Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding during these difficult times.
For Critical Key Worker list please see: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-maintaining-educational-provision/guidance-for-schools-colleges-and-local-authorities-on-maintaining-educational-provision
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Ferham Primary School
Making a Difference
A message from our Head
I am really excited about our journey at Ferham Primary School.
I am enjoying meeting all of the children and families the school serves. I hope to share with you my love of sport and exercise, love of learning and most of all, my love of reading. I have an absolute passion for reading and feel that teaching all children to read well is the key to education.
I will strive to ensure everyone at our school feels valued and a part of our school community.
Developing the whole child is important to me and that aim is reflected in all I do as a Headteacher. I will work hard to ensure every child attends school, feels proud of themselves as a learner, develops self-confidence and a positive, resilient approach to life.
Please make an appointment to come in and see what life is like at Ferham Primary School. I can’t wait to meet you!
Emma Gill: Headteacher from Sep 2020