Frant Church of England Primary School
We are a Voluntary Controlled Church School who are proud to be a part of a thriving village community. ‘Voluntary Controlled’ means that whilst the church was instrumental in establishing a school in Frant (and, indeed, still has strong links with the school), responsibility for the every day running of the school lies with East Sussex County Council.
We consist of 4 classes, ranging from Reception to Year 6. Each of our classes are named after trees found in our countryside.
Chestnut Class – Reception (age 4 and 5)
Beech Class – Key Stage 1: Years 1 and 2 (ages 5 to 7)
Hazel Class – Lower Key Stage 2: Years 3 and 4 (ages 7 to 9)
Oak Class – Upper Key Stage 2: Years 5 and 6 (ages 9 to 11)
We have formed an alliance with Mark Cross C of E Primary School. The structure in place is Executive Head, Mrs Flynn, who oversees the strategic running of both schools and a Head, Mrs Gander-Miller, dealing with the day to day running of both schools.
‘To provide a nurturing environment which is inclusive of all needs and makes learning exciting and fun while developing creative and independent thinkers.’
For further details on the school please visit the Frant School website at www.frantcep.e-sussex.sch.uk