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Dear Families

We are a happy school, working in an atmosphere of respect and trust, where each child feels secure and cared for and has a sense of belonging. We celebrate achievement and support children in achieving their very best. We believe that children come first and this underpins all that we do. During their time at Fleecefield children will be introduced to a wide variety of learning experiences. We take pride in our diverse community and value each child as an individual and work with families to foster caring attitudes, thoughtfulness, mutual respect, self-discipline and self confidence.

At Fleecefield families share in their child’s learning and successes. We believe that working together in a strong partnership is the best way to ensure your child’s success. We expect our children to grow into successful young people who make a positive contribution to their school and the wider community. At Fleecefield we are passionate about learning and believe in everyone being a life- long learner; we hold a wide range of opportunities for families to learn about their child’s education and also provide opportunities for them to be learners. We look forward to working with you and celebrating the achievements of your child with you as they move through the school.

Yours sincerely

Ms A Goldwater

Headteacher

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