History Quality Mark – Silver Award

Written by Shaun Naghten. Posted in News

We are really pleased to announce that Furzedown Primary School has been awarded a Silver Quality Mark for its teaching and learning of History across the school.

The Historical Association Quality Mark is an award that recognises the excellence of history provision in our school.

Thank you to Mr Dutton, Ms Sabin and Ms Synge who are responsible for coordinating the History curriculum throughout the school.

To see our other awards please click here.

 

 

GDPR

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General Data Protection Regulation 2018.

The new GDPR will come into effect on 25 May 2018. We have sent you and have uploaded below and under the Safeguarding tab of our website,  a Privacy Notice for pupils and parents.

This notice is to help parents understand how and why Furzedown Primary collects your child’s personal information and what we do with that information. It also explains the decisions that you can make about your child’s information.

Privacy Notice

Language of Half Term

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LOHT celebrates the different backgrounds of the pupils at Furzedown, encourages understanding of other cultures and gives the children an opportunity to communicate in a different language each half term. The scheme introduces everyone at the school to some of the languages spoken in the school community with children as young as 4 able to express themselves in different languages.

This half term our language is Thai.

Hello – สวัสดี (Sawadi).

Welcome to Furzedown Primary School!

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Furzedown is a friendly, happy and stimulating place to learn. We have a strong sense of community and we ensure that our children feel safe and nurtured.
Above all we want our children to have a variety of experiences during their time with us, to be willing to try new things without fear of failure and to become independent, confident and open minded young people. Read more.