Welcome from the Principal

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.

Ms V Wallis-O’Dell

Principal

Open Afternoon

Don’t forget that next Friday 26th January from 2.15pm we will be having our open afternoon at school. This is an opportunity for you to come and join in the activities taking place in your child’s class. We look forward to welcoming you next week.

Mufti Day

I am so proud of our children, they have been amazing yet again this term and have filled the value gem jar, so we are having a mufti day on Wednesday. the children are welcome to wear their party clothes, something sparkly/Christmas themed or just something they love to wear.

School Closure – Snow

School will be closed Monday 11th December due to the severe weather conditions. We look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday. Enjoy the snow while it lasts.

Norovirus Information

Please look at the Whole School Letters page to find out more information about what to do if you or your family display any symptoms of the Norovirus and how to care for yourself during any period of illness.

Year 6 ID Topic

Year 6 have really enjoyed the ID topic this term. They have worked very hard and produced lots of fantastic work, which is now on display around the school.

Year 6 Visit to Wellingborough Police Station

On Friday, Year 6 walked down to Wellingborough Police Station to find out more about fingerprints and how they are used to identify people. We had a tour of the old cells in the custody suite and had our fingerprints taken. We even stumbled across a crime scene and had to identify the suspect from an ID parade! We had a great afternoon.

Year 6 Fingerprints

Year 6 have been finding out all about fingerprints this week, in preparation for writing a report. We have also looked at our own fingers to see what type of pattern we have and have started to make a printing tool with our fingerprint on it. We are looking forward to see how they turn out next week.

We are visiting the police station tomorrow to find out lots more information and have our fingerprints taken! Pictures to follow.