Although a fairly small village, Flintham has had its own school for generations. The old school building is still very much a part of village life, being now used as the Village Hall.
Today, Flintham Primary School, located in its more recent building just a matter of yards from the Village Hall, prides itself on being a friendly and open school that offers a high quality education for all its’ children.
A few words from our Headteacher, Mr Andrew Callaghan-Whetton;
“At Flintham the children develop essential skills across all areas of our extensive curriculum and are able to work both independently and through participation with others. There is an emphasis on using the rich range of resources available to us in the local area and beyond, as we believe that this helps to develop lively and enquiring minds and teaches children important life skills. On joining the school children quickly become an integral part of the community.
As a small school there is a caring, family atmosphere where all children are taught the importance of consideration and respect for other people and their beliefs. Parents and carers have a vital role in the education of their children and we actively encourage close co-operation between home and school. We value and build on the experience and knowledge which pupils bring from their home lives and we hope that you will join with us in making your child’s time at Flintham both happy and successful.”
You can visit the school website here (new tab)