Staff and Governor Presentation
The Year Ahead
The latest News from Foxton Primary
If the school needs to close due to poor weather it will post the news here. The school will only close if there is insufficient skeleton staff or if the premises are unsuitable. If in the case of ice or snow, if staff can get in to school, the site will be deemed safe because we can stay inside!
If we need to close - we will post a message as a News flash on the website, send an email and contact the local authority. We will endeavour to contact local radio stations: BBC Radio Cambridgeshire or Heart Radio.
Please assume that the school will be open.
If there is sufficient good snow the children will be allowed to play in it at lunchtime ONLY if they bring a change of outdoor clothes (not PE kit) including wellington boots.
The Year Ahead
The children have been busy making scarecrows this week for the annual Foxton Scarecrow Festival.
Do come and see the scarecrows which are in the main porch area of the school over the weekend.
October half term newsletter
It's lots of fun learning about vehicles!
World Book Day at Foxton School
Bread week in Class 4
Class 2 have made and painted beautiful clay leaf pressings. They are displayed by the front door so please have a look at them if you are in school.
Reception 2019 Open Evening - Monday 5th November 6.00-7.00pm
Thank you to everyone who gave up their Sunday morning and helped tidy the garden area. The skip has been filled, the garden area is now beautifully tidy and we are looking forward to the next stage - designing and creating a new outdoor learning area.
Class 4 joined other primary schools around Cambridgeshire in an event to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of First World War. A total of 600 children were involved in the day.
The watched a First World War drama with a professional company and took part in two interactive workshops. The day ended with a reflective service.
Please find the Autumn 2018 Newsletter