Welcome to Felbridge Primary School.
We are a one form entry Surrey primary school of 210 children. Our school was founded in 1783 for 12 children. In fact, our schoolhouse is the oldest school building in Surrey still being used as part of a modern school, but there have been many changes since our founding!
Our current buildings are a blend of successive extensions over the years and now provide well-resourced and modern accommodation for our children. Outside, we are lucky to enjoy extensive areas for education, play and exploration, including two playgrounds and a field area for sport; a hidden copse for woodland learning and several other garden areas.
We aim to provide a caring, purposeful and inspiring environment in which all children can develop confidence, independence and an enthusiasm for lifelong learning. Our village setting and smaller size means our children can all receive a high-quality education supported by a friendly, family feel. We have a motivated and committed team of teachers and support staff who work together to build on the school's strengths and bring out the best in every child. We aim to achieve high standards and outcomes by planning carefully for support, intervention and extension.
Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will have to make as a parent. If your child joins us, we will do our utmost to ensure that he or she makes a happy and purposeful start to his or her formal education.
A visit to the school to meet staff and children and to get a flavour of the education and ethos here is the best way to see what we have to offer and we are pleased that we can once again offer tours in small groups for prospective families, subject to any changes in current restrictions locally or nationally. Please contact us using the details on the admissions page of our website if you would like to talk to us about what we can offer or if you require any further information.
We look forward to meeting you.
At Felbridge Primary School we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.