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"Believe and Achieve"

Our School Vision: Through God’s grace all members of our community will grow in heart, mind and spirit. We believe in ourselves, others and our faith which will allow us to reach our full potential and achieve our dreams and aspirations.
“But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded.”
 2 Chronicles 21:27

Welcome to Freezywater St. George's Primary School. We are a one-form entry Church of England school located in North East Enfield. We are privileged to have children from a range of  linguistic and cultural backgrounds.

We are very proud of our school, both children and staff, who try their hardest to promote a happy, caring and Christian learning environment. We strive to ensure all pupils achieve their full potential and everyone feels they belong and can flourish within the school community. This is underpinned by our school vision which is central to all we do.

Please take time to view our policies and practice and if you are considering Freezywater St George's as the school for your child, come and visit us.

Mrs Sheehan
Headteacher

We are proud to have been recognised as an Outstanding Church School

(SIAMS June 2014)

We are proud to have been recognised as a 'Good' School (Ofsted March 2017)

At Freezywater St George’s CE VA Primary we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children, in line with the duty placed on us by section 175 of the Education Act 2002.

We strongly believe that all children have the right to feel safe and to be protected from physical, sexual or emotional abuse and neglect.

At our school safeguarding encompasses:

  • Child protection
  • Safer recruitment
  • Managing allegations against members of staff
  • Adhering to the Child in Need process
  • Online Safety
  • Prevention of Radicalisation
  • Safeguarding against under-achievement

Safeguarding is also supported by our approach to behaviour management, our response to managing bullying, our response to caring, our response to children who are absent from school and our health and safety procedures. These are documented in separate policies.

We aim to work well in partnership with parents/carers and any other appropriate agencies to promote the welfare of our children. If you would like some more information about internet safety please follow this link: Thinkuknow

Our Value of the Month

Each month we focus on a specific value which we discuss with our
children in the hopes that it can help us all be better citizens.

Our overarching school values are:
Respect and Reverence

I have the right to be treated with respect

I have the responsibility to treat children, adults and God with respect

Our monthly focus values are: Peace, Courage, Trust,
Generosity, Friendship, Responsibility, Perseverance, Humility
and Honesty

These values permeate Collective Worship and Assemblies together with PSHE lessons, but more importantly, everyday life in school and support our school vision. They are linked to Rights and Responsibilities and are promoted amongst all members of our school community – including governors and parents.

September's Value is: Respect and Reverence

We also respect the British Values of DRIL:

Democracy, Respect, Individual Liberty and (Rule of ) Law

There is no place in our school for prejudice or extremism.

We are a Rights Respecting School

We are fully committed to a Rights Respecting School ethos and are creating the conditions for
a rights respecting culture. This is to build on our values driven ethos to enrich and broaden the 
curriculum.
 
Our curriculum is constantly being monitored and designed to reflect the needs of the children, 
not only in terms of knowledge and skills but in attitudes both local and global and to the 
learning of skills essential for life.
 
We promote a Value of the month across the school and in weekly newsletters.
 
Through a Rights Respecting Christian ethos, we aim to install in our children a belief in
themselves, to nurture their self-esteem and, above all, to embrace their responsibility to respect
the rights of others. This in turn helps them to learn how to formulate, express and listen to 
opinions, helping to raise achievement and self-confidence.
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