What a fantastic afternoon spent with Grace, Gemma, Serena, lucy. Mrs Holder and the parents. I was so proud of our girls who not only did themselves proud but also the school.
Girls make sure you remember this day forever.
Well Done from everyone at Freeman’s
Please open the link below for photographs
Poppy award ceremony at Mayors Parlour
Just a reminder that school shoes should be completely black. I am more than happy for children to wear trainers as long as they have black soles and are black all over as this fits in with school uniform policy. I must say though the children are looking extremely smart and are taking such pride in themselves and their school.
Fantastic start and I am very proud of them all.
Welcome back to all of our students and to our new members of Freeman’s including our Year 3 children and our new Vice Principal Mr Campbell. We had a fantastic start to the school year yesterday with lots and learning going on and smiling faces. Please keep an eye on the website for updates from your child/children’s class through their weekly blogs.
Here are some more pictures from activities and tea last night. Looks like they are being well fed and enjoying every minute.
Year 4 are clearly having a great time.. how many children can you get on a bouncy castle was obviously the challenge.
Just a quick reminder of some key dates in the last 2 weeks of term…
- Year 6 leavers show is on Wednesday 12th July
- Reports go out on Monday 17th July
- Sports Day morning is on Tuesday 18th July
- Our final Gold celebration worship is on Thursday 20th July – this is by invite only for those parents of children receiving an award. Watch out for a letter from Ms Wallis-O’Dell next week
- Year 6 leavers service is on Friday 21st July at St Barnabas church
thank for your continued support with our events and celebrations at Freeman’s
Year 4 are having a brilliant time. Everyone has enjoyed their first wet and wild day. Will add photos as soon as the teachers can get some wifi
Hope everyone sleeps well.
Well we have made it to the final term and the children have come back to school after the half term full of enthusiasm. There are many events happening over the next few weeks so keep an eye on the school calendar.
Also keep an eye out for our recent Siams report, this will be added to the website shortly.
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.
Just a reminder that we are a ‘nut free’ school. It is really important that we adhere to this as we have children and staff with nut allergies who require Epipens.
Thank you for your support in keeping Freeman’s a safe place for our community