School News

  • Young Artist Summer Show Competition 2024

    A letter will be coming home with your child this evening regarding the Royal Academy’s Young Artist Summer Show 2024. One of our parents suggested the school being involved in this wonderful competition. This is an opportunity for our children to have their work showcased online and at a prestigious London gallery. Children will be completing work in school which will be considered for submission however, if a child completes any work at home that parents would like included please send them in to school.
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  • What's Next - Handbook for Deaf Pupils and Their Families

    This handbook was designed by Andrea Kite, our Teacher of the Deaf, to support deaf and hearing-impaired pupils and their families, to give clear details of what clubs, groups and other facilities are available in the local area, outside of school and for the future when school is finished. The handbook has been updated by Andrea, with some new additions and updates to times and addresses. The handbook can be found here .  
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  • Term 3 Newsletter - February 2024

    The Term 3 Newsletter will be coming home with your child this evening. It can also be viewed on this website by clicking here. End-of-Term-Newsletter-February-2024-v2.pdf I hope you all have a good break. We look forward to seeing pupils and students back at school on Tuesday 20 th February.
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  • Locality Model for SEN Inclusion

    Kent County Council are proposing to establish a Locality Model for Special Educational Needs (SEN) Inclusion in Kent. The proposed model will call for KCC, Schools, the NHS, and other SEN service providers to work together, locally, to secure identified improvements. The consultation, which can be accessed below, is now open and closes on 24th January 2024: https://letstalk.kent.gov.uk/locality-model-for-special-educational-needs-inclusion
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  • The Big Ambition - Survey

    Please see below a message and link to a survey from the Children’s Commissioner for England, Dame Rachel De Souza. Hi, my name is Rachel and I’m the Children’s Commissioner for England. I have launched this survey, The Big Ambition, to hear from all children and young people in England aged between 6 and 18 years old. Adults can answer on behalf of a child or young person aged up to 18.
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  • Fireworks Update

    Tonight's firework display is still on. If this changes, we will post it on ClassDojo and this website. Should the event be cancelled this will be the decision of Viking fireworks. We will be keeping in close contact with them to give as much notice of cancellation to parents/carers as possible.
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  • Firework Display - Postponed

    Firework Display Postponed until Wednesday 8th November Unfortunately, due to the adverse weather forecast, the firework display will not be able to go ahead today. This will now happen on Wednesday 8th November. Doors will open at the same time - 5.45pm and the fireworks will commence at 6pm. If you are not able to attend next week and you would like a refund - please come to the school office, so that we can reimburse you.
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  • Term 1 2023-24 Newsletter

    Please find attached the Term 1 Newsletter which will be coming home with your child this afternoon.   It can be accessed on this website here I hope you all have a great half-term break
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  • School Governor Vacancy

    Foreland Fields School has a vacancy for a Parent Governor. If you would like to stand for election, please complete the form below and return it to Kay Merry (Governance Professional & Clerk to the Governing Body) by midday on Monday 6th November 2023 via the school office. You may wish to propose another parent and if so, please ensure that they are aware of your intentions. Please also ensure that they sign the nomination form by way of confirmation.
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  • The Balanced System

    The Balanced System® for Schools and Settings is a whole system approach to improving outcomes for children and young people across the range of speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). It promotes a strategic approach to school’s understanding their role in commissioning and providing support for speech, language and communication needs. In July 2017, Foreland Fields School was first accredited as a Centre of Excellence for our work supporting speech, language and communication needs. We recently went for re-accreditation and are pleased to announce that we have been awarded Centre of Excellence status for a further 3 years.
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