Frithville & New York Schools Federation
In line with government guidelines, due to the current situation regarding Coronavirus, Frithville school is now operating restricted opening in order to support the children of key workers or those who are vulnerable.
We will continue to closely monitor the situation and updates will be provided on our website as they become available.
Students not attending school should access work through https://fvny.org.uk/home-learning/
In order for us to continue to discharge our safeguarding responsibilities, if your child is due to attend school and you need to report an absence, please telephone 01205 750291 by 9:30am each day.
During the closure period we will be unable to answer queries by telephone, however, the following email address can be used for general enquiries: email@example.com We will continue to monitor our emails, however, due to remote working and the volume of enquiries we are likely to receive, it may take a little longer for us to respond. We thank you for your patience at this difficult time.
Is your child due to start school in September 2020? If so please see
To the Frithville And New York Schools Federation Website.
On this website you will find all the information and documents that are relevant to both schools and or the federation. Rather than have lots of pages and information duplicated on both sites we have decided to have a third website for the Federation.
We are very proud of both our schools. We try to operate as a big ‘family’, one where each child is important, and where they feel truly cared for, secure and safe. We set high expectations for our pupils and standards of behaviour are high. Appropriate support is always available and we are constantly striving to maintain and raise academic standards.
As part of this successful team, you, as parents, have a key role to play in your child’s education. Your child will sometimes have work to do at home. Your support in this matter is vital. We are always prepared to discuss this, or any other matter, with you and operate an ‘open door’ policy for all parents and carers.
Both of our schools are part of the ‘Small Aspiring Schools’ Collaboration, which includes: Gipsey Bridge Academy, Spilsby Primary School, Bucknall Primary School, Eresby Special School, Kirkby on Bain Church of England Primary School and Mareham le Fen Church of England Primary School.
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