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Framfield C E Primary School
The Street, Framfield, TN22 5NR, UK Uckfield
+44 (0)1825 890258


Head's Welcome

Dear Visitors


Thank you for logging in to our new website.  You may find that some pages have yet to be completed but I hope that you find some useful information.


As the Head of the school I am very pleased to welcome you to it.  We are a small rural community which enjoys a delightful environment which we take every opportunity to enjoy.  I am very proud of the school.  We have happy, friendly and generous children, committed, skilled and talented staff and great families who support their children and the school.   The PTFA is an active organisation which makes very significant contributions to funding special events and equipment.  The Governing Body gives us strong support and it is increasingly benefiting from the expertise of new members in recent months.  We work closely with the village playgroup from which most of our children transfer at 5.  As a Church Aided school we have a close relationship with the parish church in the village which we visit for services as well as curriculum purposes.  Our children prepare their own services to which the Parish is invited and also take part as musicians and singers in Sunday services.


Over the last few years we have achieved acknowledgement of our achievements through becoming a Dyslexia Friendly School, and have achieved the National Healthy Schools Award and the ActiveMark 2006.   We are working on achieving a Bishop’s Commendation for our innovative methods of teaching RE through recognition of different learning styles.  We have also been recognised as Outstanding in our support and care for children from the County Advisory Service.  Our standards have improved over the past four years and we continue to move forward in all areas of our work and play.


The majority of our children transfer to Uckfield Community Technology College and we work with them to ensure a good transfer.  The children take part in numerous activities such as the Kit Car Race, Maths and Science challenges, and this year a group is working at the college to construct a trebuchet!


At the younger end of the school children in Reception are welcomed before September through a Rising Fives group.  This is run by Framfield Playgroup for all the children who are due to join us in September.  This is a very successful group which means that all the children make a very good start to their school life.  In addition the playgroup children visit the school to use our equipment and playground, and to take part in activity sessions with Class 1.


 We are always happy to show visitors around our school, so please call us to arrange an appointment. 


 With kind regards

 Janet Wilde



At Framfield School we have formed a School Council.

The children involved in the School Council are Holly Fisher, Abigail Rennick, Matthew Warren, Tilly Meaton, Katie Hills, Tom Diplock, William Read, Georgia Allison, Lilian Crock and Darcy Taylor.

These people are responsible for sorting out the problems that come to School Council. They discuss these matters and sort them out. All in all we think that the School Council is a very important part of the school.


The school is part of the community of Framfield parish.  We work closely with the Church, contributing to services, visiting the Church for curriculum activities and decorating it at Harvest and Easter.  This year we made Easter banners which were displayed in the Church.


We also work closely with the Playgroup, sharing our Trimtrail and Activity sessions in class 1.  In the summer the school has a display at the Framfield and Blackboys Horticultural Show.

Outside of the Parish we work with Uckfield Community Technology College on a wide range of sports, technology and science projects.  This year we are entering our third Mini Grand Prix race as part of the Uckfield Festival.    We are also a member of the Village Schools Association which is a cluster of 10 local village schools which work together to provide different facilities for our children and give them the opportuity to work in larger groups than they normally do in their own schools.  This includes Poetry Days with the poet Brian Moses at Michelham Priory, Canoeing and Cycling and many other sporting activities and tournament.  This year we are working together in a Learning Network to develop our skills in story telling and speaking skills.


We have a very active and enthusiastic PTFA at Framfield. Our aim is to raise funds independently of the school’s allocated budget, for the extras like theatre trips, Christmas parties and playground equipment, such as the Trimtrail.  

We try to make it as much fun as possible and to involve the children at every opportunity. Our last Christmas bazaar was particularly successful and raised over £500 in 1 hour. We meet once a month and are always looking for new ideas and fresh input to raise our balance and the profile of the school.

All parents and carers of the children are automatically members, and anyone is welcome to attend the meetings – in fact we positively encourage it!

If you can spare just a few hours a month to support our efforts and your school, please contact Janet Wilde.

The PTFA Constitution is available at school.

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