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.
- Fantastic win for the girls’ cricket team at the local tournament…very proud! 13 June 2017 -
- Our Values Cross 19 May 2017 - Finally finished and up on the wall! Every child in the school has decorated a pebble and then chosen a word linked to the academy values to write on it. We think it looks amazing and are very proud of the children for their thoughtful and varied vocabulary.
- End of SATs Treat 11 May 2017 - The children enjoying an ice-cream after the final test today! They have shown endless resilience this week. A well-deserved treat.
- SATs Breakfast 11 May 2017 - Year 6 enjoyed their final SATs breakfast this morning – delicious bacon rolls. A big thank you to all the staff who came in early each day to feed the children. They have eaten so much food!
- SATs 08 May 2017 - The first test is done! The children all worked so hard this morning. They concentrated, tried their best and showed great resilience. We couldn’t ask for more. Well done Year 6!! Keep up the good work.
- Celebrating success not allowed!!!! 21 March 2017 - Celebrating success is clearly something we aren’t allowed to do…. Hope you have all seen our Ofsted celebration banners.. as we have have been asked to remove them by Wellingborough council.