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Welcome to Frogwell Primary School and Complex Needs Resource Base.

 

Thank you for your interest in our school.

 

We are very proud of our school and everything we  achieve. The staff and governors are fully dedicated to our children and their families and take great care to ensure our school is a place where children are happy, want to learn and develop as rounded individuals.

 

At Frogwell Primary School we believe in developing the whole child and aim to encourage all children to reach their full potential, not only in what they learn in the classroom, but across every aspect of school life. We aspire to enable all children at Frogwell to make outstanding progress and to be caring and considerate members of their community. We want our children to take responsibility for their actions and to be independent learners who see their time in our school as one step in a life long journey of learning.

 

From an academic perspective this means that for mainstream children we aim for children to maintain a level of progress that allows them to meet expected standards year on year and in particular in Year 2 and Year 6  in reading, writing and maths. In the Complex Needs Resource Base we aim for good or outstanding progress against the upper quartile targets in the progression guidance.

 

We believe that happy motivated children achieve the most and that children are motivated  when their learning has the right amount of challenge, is practical and hands on and is relevant to their interests. It is for these reason and those stated above that the school uses stimulating themes to frame children's learning.  We also draw on aspects of the International Primary Curriculum, although this is not our sole curriculum.  In all of the above we are guided by the requirements of the National Curriculum.

 

I am confident that we succeed in this, but would invite you to see the school for yourself.

 

Your child’s education not only takes place during the time they spend in school but also at home. We therefore aim to build a partnership between parents and the school so that together we can make this important stage in your child’s life as rewarding and as successful as possible.

 

Paul Bacon

(Headteacher)

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