Our school aspires to be a fully inclusive community to which everyone is proud and pleased to belong. If offers opportunities for pupils to explore and understand the Christian Faith. The policies and practices of the school are based on Christian values.
It provides challenging and motivating educational activities which ensure that no child under achieves and which encourage independent learning. In partnership with parents and the church, the school encourages children to respect and care for each other and the world around them.
To find out what parents think of our school, click on the link to see the results of our annual parental questionnaire May 2015. Parent Questionnaire May 2015
Please contact us, or come and visit to find out more.
To be a successful learner at Frampton Cotterell Primary School:
- Be resilient
- Ask Questions
- Try new things
- Make Good choices
- Be a good team player
- Be creative
These are the key life skills we are seeking to develop at our school. If a child demonstrates each of these attitudes to learning on 4 separate occasions they will receive our “Successful Learner” award in Celebration assembly.
We want prepare the children to become people who contribute to society and have a love and compassion for others, both locally, nationally and around the world. One of the ways we do this is through our link with Inspirations School in Kenya. Here is a photo of the children receiving their mosquito nets, which the children of FCCE bought with the money raised at our sponsored run.