Featherby Infants School

 

School Information

·      Number on roll: 324 inc. Nursery (Ages 3 to 7, Nursery, and three form entry for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2)

·      Disadvantaged pupils: 11%

·      SEND pupils: 17%

Featherby Infant and Nursery School

Allington Road

Gillingham

Kent

ME8 6PD

 

01634 231072

www.featherby-inf.medway.sch.uk

 

About us

Our school is a happy school where staff, children, parents and governors all work as a team. We aim to create a secure, caring, stimulating environment in which all children are encouraged to reach their full potential academically, creatively and physically. Our pupils are encouraged to take an increasing responsibility for their learning, which we believe promotes greater confidence and independence, preparing them for their future life.

At Featherby Infant and Nursery School, we aim to create a secure, caring, stimulating environment in which all children are encouraged to reach their full potential academically, creatively and physically.

We have a great staff team here who continuously strive to provide the best possible education and experiences for the children in our care. By working together, the staff plan for experiences that will ensure that children enjoy their time here, make good progress and leave us with the necessary skills and attitudes to be even more successful in later life.

It is the belief of all at Featherby Infant and Nursery School that “Together we achieve more”.

Our school aims are to provide a place where our parents, teachers and community are actively involved in our children’s learning.

Where we provide a warm, stimulating, welcoming environment where everyone can do his or her best.

For our school to be a place where everyone is different and everyone is important. We have tolerance and respect for others.

Where we sow the seeds of learning through a caring ethos, so that children take with them happy memories of their early years with us.

We expect our pupils to be polite and courteous to each other as well as to adults and visitors to the school. Children should conduct themselves in a civilised way and demonstrate tolerance to others.

We value our links with the local community and acknowledge that the different organisations, including the school, can be mutually supportive.

We aim to assist in the all round development of the child; intellectually, spiritually, morally, socially and physically.

Children achieve higher standards when there is an understanding and supportive partnership between home and school.