Welcome to North Featherstone
North Featherstone Junior and Infant School is the kind of place where every child can arrive with a smile on their face, where there is a strong sense of belonging and pride in their school and community. We believe that all children have a voice to be heard and that their care and education is at the heart of everything we do.
Here at North Featherstone Junior and Infant school, we all believe in life-long learning and nurture the love of learning. We work on the basis of 'excellence through enjoyment' and offer a broad and balanced curriculum, a vast array of extra curricular activities and exciting wider opportunities.
North Featherstone Junior and Infant School strives to create an atmosphere where all the children and adults feel safe, included and valued. We play a vital role within the community and foster very strong links, working extremely closely with the people of Featherstone and the town council.
Find out all about us on this website, and if you like what you see, why not come and join us!
Mrs Michelle Cunnington
A message from our governors
Dear Parents and Carers
My year as chair of the school's Strategic Improvement Committee is almost at an end. From September, the great governing body that has come together over the last year will fully take over their role, chaired by Denis Barry, a highly experienced governor who has worked closely with me this year. It has been great pleasure getting to know the school, its children and staff, and the community it serves. I would like to add my own congratulations to the children, and to express my gratitude to Mrs Cunnington and all the staff of the school. The great results are a testament to the hard work that goes on every day to help your children to be the best they can be. It is particularly pleasing to know that, while it is true that everyone in school is looking forward to the Summer break, they are also already focused on how to make the school even better year after year into the future.
Chair of the Strategic Improvement Committee
British Values Logo Designs
Over the February half term our children were set a task to design their very own British Values logo of which eight designs were shortlisted. Two designs stood out and very clearly represented our ethos of British Values so there was only one thing to do - combine the two and produce our very own British Values logo. Below are the two winning logos and final image of the two put together.
Congratulations to Corey in Class 5 and Alfie in Class 4!
Take a tour of our school.
After the recent events in Manchester and London, many of our children have raised concerns. A special assembly has been held in school to reassure students. As parents you may find the link below helpful if your children have any other queries regarding this. A letter has also been sent to all parents with information you may find useful.