I would like to offer you the warmest welcome to Milstead and Frinsted Church of England Primary School. Each and every day I feel a great sense of pride and privilege to be part of such a wonderful community with fantastic children, dedicated and talented staff and supportive families. We may be a small school but we have a huge heart and great passion for what we do.
Small School, Big Community
We are a thriving, aspirational community rooted in God’s love and our core Christian values of are at the heart of all that we do.
Our children are valued and nurtured as individuals, both academically and spiritually. Great importance is placed on well-being, to develop confidence and resilience. We encourage everyone to be determined and to take pride in all that they do. We work towards building a community in which everyone feels valued and valuable.
Small School, Big Faith
We want to provide a Christian school community, where children feel secure, understand how to keep themselves safe and make the right choices with a clear moral purpose.
We want our school community to reflect on the teachings of Jesus in everyday life and to be gentle, kind and forgiving. We want our children to be brave and honest and respect and embrace diversity.
Small School, Big Questions
At Milstead we are passionate about learning!
We want all of our children to receive an exciting and varied curriculum where they can explore and build on their own strengths and interests in a supportive and nurturing environment while feeling valued for their individuality. We aim to lay a foundation of curiosity, tapping into children’s natural inquisitiveness about the world around them, and to inspire a lifelong love of learning, whilst understanding diversity and culture and accepting differences.
In March 2017 we had a GOOD Ofsted inspection. Click here to read the report and to see what Ofsted say about our school and the children.
If you would like to be part of our school community I would be delighted to show you around our wonderful school.
Mrs Catherine Hurst Acting Head Teacher