On behalf of the pupils, staff and governors of Ferndown First School I would like to welcome you and your family to our school and website. It is designed to give you helpful information about learning and opportunities at our school.
At Ferndown First School we are committed to fostering a love of learning and ensuring our children meet their potential. We want all the children to make progress, achieve and develop as confident individuals who are able to live a safe, healthy and fulfilling life. We will encourage them to be responsible citizens who can make a positive contribution to society.
Mrs Jo Di-Pede – Headteacher
In reception we have been planting our fruit and vegetables that we have grown from seed as well as a selection of herbs that will give us... Continue reading »
This week in Literacy we have focused on the Julia Donaldson story, Superworm. When the evil lizard captured Superworm we decided to go on... Continue reading »
Today in Emerald class, the children looked at perpendicular and parallel lines. They learnt perpendicular lines are two straight lines... Continue reading »
Today in Year 3 we started our new topic on plants. All of the children have planned an investigation about their seeds. Some ideas that... Continue reading »
One of the highlights of our school year is our Open Evening. It is a perfect opportunity to showcase the children’s learning and our impressive school facilities. We really look forward to seeing as many current and prospective families at the event. Come along at anytime between 5pm and 7pm. Staff will be available to talk informally about our work and the School Choir will be... Continue reading »
On Wednesday it was Ground Force Day at Ferndown First school. We got to go outside into the garden area and clear out the planters ready for new plants to grown. We had to dig out all the weeds and old vegetables and fill the planters up with fresh soil. We found lots of worms and old turnips. Continue reading »
We loved going outside for groundforce day in Amethyst class. The childre took part in a range of activities such as watering new plants, turning over and transferring the soil. The children loved wearing gardening gloves and using proper gardening tools. Continue reading »