Gallow Field Road
Telephone: 01858 545 328
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Ofsted 2018 - confirms that Foxton Primary School is a GOOD school. Our short inspection on 25th January confirmed the previous inspection judgements, even with these increased expectations, and we believe it is our strongest inspection report to date. This is an excellent achievement for our children, staff and governors and I am extremely proud of them all. Click to read the letter from the inspector.
Available at Foxton
Breakfast Club - Daily from 8am - £1.80 for supervision, £2.50 for supervision and breakfast.
Pre-School - Daily from 8.40am until 11.40am - £10.50 per session or use your FEEE.
After School Care - Daily until 5.15pm - £4.50 per session - Booking Letter.
Wednesday 11th July - Sports Awards, 2.45pm School Hall
Friday 13th July - Leavers Achievement Assembly, 2.00pm School Hall
Team Leicestershire has hosted its second annual South Leicestershire Primaries badminton tournament. In all 46 children took to the courts cheered on by a large parental support.
In the quarter finals the Foxton pairings of Parsons/Lumley, Barrow/Marlow and Tremlett/Saunders all had comfortable wins against their opponents.
In the semi finals, tournament favourites Parsons and Lumley began to show their class and won very comfortably 15-1 against team mates Barrow and Marlow. Tremlett and Saunders had a more difficult task against Wilcox and Mansfield, but ran out 15-7.
In an all Foxton final Parsons and Lumley dominated proceedings from the start, never letting Tremlett and Saunders get within reach and eventually winning 21-6.
In the overall team event Lubenham were placed fourth, Fleckney third, Kibworth second and, completing the treble, Foxton were the winners.
Coaching and Development Officer, Greg Howes, paid tribute to the teachers and coaches who assisted throughout the project and the many parents that supported the event on the day.
Greg Howes (Leicester City Badminton Coaching & Development Officer)