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Feniton C E Primary School
Station Road, Honiton,EX14 3EA Feniton
01404 850303
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Vision & Values

The Vision for the School:      “Worshipping Together In Class School & Community.”

“Recognising its historic foundation as a Church of England school in the Diocese of Exeter, the school seeks to preserve and develop its religious character in accordance with the principles and practice of the Church of England. The school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality in the context of Christian belief. It creates and values opportunities for pupils and adults to gather together in collective Acts of Worship. The school encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils.”

What We Value:

ü We believe that all children should have the opportunity to enjoy their learning and experience success, free from harm.
ü   We promote a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum valuing children’s interests and motivation.
ü We consider the building of partnerships with parents and the local community to be vital in promoting children’s education.
ü We value continuing, supportive professional development, for all those engaged in the work of the school, to raise expectations and standards of attainment.
ü   We believe it is important to create an environment where everyone is valued, considers the needs of others; and develops positive attitudes and skills (including knowing right from wrong).

The School Mission Statement

"We believe that it is important that each child is given the opportunity to develop his/her full potential at Feniton School which is committed to continuously striving to raise achievement.

Our school seeks to provide a broad and balanced curriculum for the children;  high standards in the core skills of English, Mathematics, Science and Information Technology;  and opportunities for each child to develop interest and abilities in Music, Art, Drama and Sport.

As a Church of England School we aim to treat every pupil as unique in the sight of God; to create an atmosphere of serving Christ in others; and to provide a Christian environment for every pupil, including opportunities to worship together.

The school requires high standards of behaviour and has a firm anti-bullying programme.

We endeavour to work closely with parents in partnership to develop the “joy of learning” through success.



The children develop their artistic skills using a range of techniques and materials to manipulate colour, texture and pattern.
Year 3 have been investigating outdoor sculptures and have shown just how creative they can be using wire and papier mache to create amazing sculptures of their own.


Along with work in the classroom we go outside to see for ourselves the human and physical features of the world around us. In Year 3 we design our own enquiry and ask the people in the village what they think about their local environment. We use our findings to help us understand how we can change and influence our surroundings.


As well as using books, CD ROMs and the Internet to learn about history, we have opportunities to handle artefacts and even to dress up as the people we are learning about In Year 1 we dress up as Victorians for the day. In Year 3 we try on the armour of a Roman soldier. This helps us to understand the experiences and actions of people in the past and is also great fun!



We enjoy using the computers in our classrooms in all our subjects. Our favourite programmes are Word which we use for written work, Dazzle for graphics work and Information Workshop when we do data handling. The digital camera is well used on visits when photographs often form part of a display. When we take part in a performance we can watch ourselves through the digital camcorder.

Key Stage One children enjoy making their own puppets, which they then use to perform traditional tales in front of a captivated audience. A visiting puppet theatre also gives the children the opportunity to watch a professional puppeteer at work. Upper Key Stage Two children go a few steps further and take part in a Shakespeare day.They have fun acting out famous scenes. They often visit the theatre to watch a performance. These experiences always lead to some inspired creative writing back in class.


The children in Key Stage 1 love to sing and enjoy playing percussion instruments. In years 5 and 6 the children entertain the folk in our local Over 60's Club with some old and new songs. All children in year 3 learn to play the recorder and those who show particular interest continue to play throughout their time at Feniton and on into secondary school. We also have some talented musicians who learn other instruments such as the clarinet, the flute and the keyboard.

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