Monday 1st May is a Bank Holiday and Tuesday 2nd May the school will be closed for industrial action (with the exception of Kingfisher Class) We look forward to welcoming all children back on Wednesday 3rd May


Message from the Headteacher

Welcome to the Fringford Church of England Primary School website.

We are a small primary school with big ambitions for our children. Fringford Primary is a school where children feel safe within a happy, stimulating and nurturing environment in which each child is encouraged to enjoy learning and develop a lively and enquiring mind. Our school is a place where everyone feels welcome and valued. All children are encouraged to grow into confident and independent learners who strive to reach their true potential in all aspects of school life. Our pupils develop strong friendships, have fun and are respectful of each other and the environment.

I feel privileged to lead a team of professional, talented and committed staff who work together to provide our children with the very best learning opportunities.  The best interest of the children lies at the heart of everything we do. The positive support of our parents and the wider community is also very important to us and we have an open and welcoming environment where we can work in partnership for the benefit of our pupils.

This website offers an insight into our school. It provides us with a wonderful opportunity to share and celebrate the life and work of our pupils. It is also a vital tool in communicating with parents, carers and visitors as well as providing information about the various policies, practice and procedures in our school.

If you would like to know more please contact the school office and arrange a visit to see us at work.

I look forward to celebrating our successes with you on this site over the coming months and years.

Mr F Pastore

Headteacher Fringford C of E School


Active promotion of the Christian values results in a caring Christian community where everyone seeks the good of one another.”

SIAMS Inspection report 2018

Staff are aspirational for all pupils, both academically and personally. Pupils rise to these expectations by working hard. They act on guidance about how to be responsible and play a full part in the life of the school.”

Ofsted, 2022

Pupils behave well. In all classes, they work hard and have positive attitudes to their learning in different subjects.

Ofsted, 2022



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Copies of the documents on this website can be made available from the school office.