Welcome to Freeman’s Endowed Church of England Junior Academy, as Principal it is a privilege to give you an insight into the fantastic experiences and adventures that our children will encounter during their time with us.
At Freeman’s we aim to create strong, positive relationships and partnerships with every member of our community, staff, Governors, parents/carers and children. Our ethos is centred around our six Christian Values: Faith, Aspirations, Resilience, Forgiveness, Respect and Honesty.
We strive to create a learning environment that will inspire, motivate, stimulate and encourage our children through their own learning journey, a place where children can spread their wings and fly, having the opportunities to strive to be the best that they can be.
Thank you for visiting our website and I look forward to welcoming you to our school.
- Music Recital 09 November 2018 - Thank you to NMPAT for their fantastic recital today. Hopefully they will inspire future musicians in the school.
- Under Construction 18 September 2018 - We are currently updating and reviewing all of our policies on the website. Please bare with us while this is being completed.
- Term Dates 2018-19 31 August 2018 - Please note that the county council website term dates do not include training days. We have training days on Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th September. School opens to pupils on Thursday 6th September. Sorry for any confusion.
- Year 6 Final Week Photos 19 July 2018 - Please follow this link to view all of the photos from the Year 6’s last week at Freeman’s.
- SATs Results 2018 17 July 2018 - We would like to celebrate the excellent effort made by all of our children in Year 6 and staff for the good results in this year’s Key Stage 2 SATs. We are really pleased with the outcomes and, although there is still work to do, we are confident that this demonstrates the strides forwards that […]
- Spelling bee! 12 July 2018 - This morning, Miss Ellwood held another Freeman’s spelling bee. The children have taken part in class competitions over the last week and one winner from each class took part in the whole school competition. The words were very tricky and the children were so good that Miss Ellwood nearly ran out of words! Well done […]