Froxfield C of E Primary School is situated in idyllic surroundings, catering for children between 4 and 11 years of age. The extensive grounds provide a stimulating environment for our children to learn and play.
As a Church of England foundation the school provides a broad education which promotes Christian values and encourages children to explore an understanding of spirituality.
We are proud of our high educational standards and our approach to teaching and learning which ensures that Froxfield C of E Primary is ‘a place where children love to learn.’
The school was built in 1876. Following a much needed loft conversion in the summer of 2015, the school now has two classrooms in the original Victorian building and two further learning spaces in the Lodge within the grounds. There is also a lunch room and kitchen. In 2018 we added a garden library within our school grounds as well as a light and airy yurt which is used for music lessons, clubs, drama, story times and small group activities. The school benefits from use of facilities available within the village, including the extensive playing fields, village hall and parish church.
We are a small school with currently 105 children on roll from Reception to Year 6. Following the return to Primary Status in September 2013, the school has grown gradually as children move up into the junior years. With over 100 children in our school, we are very proud that we are able to retain its ethos as a small, village school which is so important to us and our families. The school forms a focal point within the local community. Parents, staff, governors and the local community work together for the benefit of all the children within the school.