Care for oneself; Care for others; Care for the environment.
Welcome to Farnborough Grange Nursery and Infant Community School
We are a Church of England affiliated school for children from 4 to 7 year olds based in Hampshire. We also have a nursery school which accepts children from 3 years old. Our School is a happy place where children can feel secure as they learn, develop and discover. We feel that we are here to assist parents with the education of their children and that we are in partnership with you to ensure the children's steady educational progress and development. If any problems arise please do not hesitate to contact us so that together we may find a solution. We also like to hear about successes!
We are fortunate that we have parents who are willing to participate in the life of the School. Equally we believe that the community is fortunate to have such a school in its midst. The children benefit from the dedication of the caring, highly committed teachers and support staff.
By working together your children can succeed.
Mrs Jane Armstrong
Look at all the exciting things we have been doing at Farnborough Grange Nursery/Infant Community School! West End Arts Centre The children in year one and year two have created art work linked to their topic as part of a joint project with the West End Centre in Aldershot. Their artwork is being displayed in an exhibition at the West End Centre throughout July. Feel free to take your family to the centre at any time until 19th July to view their fantastic art work. For more information you can click on the link below: http://www3.hants.gov.uk/westendcentre/westend-exhibitions.htm Here are some photos of the art work displayed at the exhibition: Our Royal Wedding Street Party We celebrated the Royal Wedding by having a street party in our school grounds. Parents and children enjoyed a buffet lunch and spent the afternoon playing class games around the school. Here are some photos of us all enjoying the day! Silver Surfers ICT afternoon invited Grandparents and family friends into school and we showed them how to use the electrical equipment in our classrooms.
Day of Dance We learnt different country dances and maypole dances with Jeremy and Jane.
Learning about our school grounds Iain Dunne taught us about leaves,flowers, trees, animals and life cycles.
School Grounds Day We helped to look after our school grounds. Red Class worked together to dig out the sundial so that we can use it again. Grange Speeding Project Our school council representatives took part in a speeding project with the local police force. We used speeding guns to check the speed of motorists in our local area. When we caught a motorist who was breaking the speed limit, we asked them questions about why they were speeding in our community.
Care for Oneself; Care for others; Care for the environment.