Frizinghall Primary School

Frizinghall Primary School

Welcome to Frizinghall Primary School

I am delighted to be writing to you as the new Headteacher of Frizinghall Primary School. During my first few days, I have been trying to get to know as many of the children, parents and staff as possible so that I can build a picture of the school. Over the next couple of weeks, I am looking forward to meeting all members of our school community because I know that a happy, successful school depends on us working together.  

As you are probably aware, work does need doing to improve the quality of teaching and learning at Frizinghall Primary. For the past 13 years, I have been working in Bradford Schools, who have been on a similar journey, and I am confident that my experiences to date will support me to grow Frizinghall so that it provides the very best education for your children. I have extremely high expectations of the children and staff and it is my intention that by working together, we can make our school the very best it can be.

Parents play an integral role within education and I am keen to develop further the links between home and school. I have already met many parents and carers on the school playground; however, on Wednesday 23rd January, I will be holding a coffee afternoon from 2.45pm. Refreshments and cakes will be served and then, once the afternoon session has finished, your children will be able to take you to their classroom to show you all of their amazing work. However, if you prefer, you are of course welcome to contact me via the school office.

Finally, I just wanted to say thank you for all of the well-wishes I have received; I have been made to feel very welcome within the community. I believe that Frizinghall Primary School has great potential and I am determined to secure an outstanding future for the school.

Mrs Merriman

Headteacher

 

CoG is Mr David Servant

Paper copies of information on the school's website is available upon request. Please use the Contact Us link above for our contact methods.

 

Pupils are well behaved. They want to learn. They are kind and understanding. They are proud of their school and want to do well.

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Inspection report 2018