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Announcement today about the new Headteachers at Freemantle via- Marvellous Me and Parentmail............PLEASE continue to be vigilant and don't send your child to school if they show signs/symptoms of covid- we already have increasing number including staff....we will do our best not to close classes, but this will require the help of the entire school community............ watch this space for updates...............
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Freemantle

Church of England Community Academy Trust

Ethos and Values

Welcome

A note from Executive Headteacher, Kevin Barnett : 

Freemantle is a truly special place for children and a 'spiritual' haven to be a part of, I am proud of every one of our pupils and the achievements they make. When you visit you will see an industrious work ethic from the pupils and a sea of smiling faces, every one unique and every one valued.

 

At Freemantle we celebrate achievement, progress and effort both academically, socially and emotionally. We endeavour to build fellowship, courage and creativity in all we do; we openly share our own thoughts and views and how our own spirituality can be used to support, model, encourage and develop young minds, but also challenge our own beliefs and perception of the world.

 

Our pupils will be nurtured and encouraged to explore their own beliefs and ideals, and follow in the teachings of 'God', but also celebrate and respect the faiths of others, and reflect upon these in all we do.

 

I look forward to working with you and your child to make their first years in school enjoyable, whilst we lay the foundations for their life chances.

Ethos and Values

 

At Freemantle Academy we all aspire to:

 

  • Develop a sense of spiritual awareness
  • Create an awareness of religious values and beliefs
  • Give children a moral foundation on which to base their behaviour
  • Encourage children to have respect and tolerance for others
  • Encourage children to take their places as caring members of society
  • Encourage children to respect their property and that of other people
  • Encourage children towards independence and self-esteem

 

The Academy’s Ethos Statement is:

“Recognising its historic foundation, the Academy will preserve and develop its religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England and in partnership with the Church at parish and diocesan level.

The academy aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality for the 'poor and needy' of the parish of Freemantle”.

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