Welcome to Frith Manor Primary School,
Welcome to Frith Manor Primary School! I am delighted and proud to be Head Teacher at a school where our environment for learning is fun, diverse and purposeful. Pupils, staff, governors, parents and the school community work extremely hard and have high expectations of one another. We are committed to the highest standards of teaching and learning – achieved through a combination of challenge, support, encouragement and praise – to ensure that all students fulfill their potential.
At Frith Manor Primary you will find a welcoming ethos, with relationships built on mutual respect. Frith Manor Primary pupils develop skills for lifelong learning. Achievement and a can do attitude are at the heart of our philosophy; we support this through nurturing pupils’ creativity, encouraging independent thinking and learning and showing that failure can be a learning opportunity.
Thank you for visiting our school website. You may be doing this to learn a little more about the school and our offer to pupils. You may wish to check term dates, latest newsletters or curriculum content. Please look in the first instance at the section marked ‘Parent Info’ which will then lead you on to view other sections, including newsletters and galleries of our most recent events, ‘Happy Navigating.’
I hope that our website will inspire new parents to visit Frith Manor Primary, as I am always happy to show visitors the work of our successful school.
Miss Leigh Carmichael
Tuesday 20th January Year 4 Anglo Saxon Day
Wednesday 21st January 6B Class assembly
Friday 23rd January History 'Off the Page' workshop for Year 2
Perform Drama workshop for Nursery
Tuesday 27th January Early Years Parent Workshop on outdoor learning skills 9.15 - 10.15am
Wednesday 28th January Cello Concert - 10.45am
Friday 30th January 6MB Class assembly
Tuesday 3rd February Early Years Workshop on Diet and Nutrition - 9.15am
Wednesday 4th February 3K Class Assembly
Friday 6th February 3J Class Assembly
Friday 13th February Last day of half term