FERRING CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL
Ferring Church of England School is an LEA Controlled Primary School. The Vicar of the Parish is automatically a governor and two of the other Governors are chosen on behalf of the Diocese. The school originated in 1873 when it was known as St. Andrew’s School and close links have been maintained with St. Andrew’s Church in the village.
Number of pupils on roll: 197 as at September 2017
Age range: 4 to 11 years co-educational
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Ferring C.E. Primary School is part of the South Down SCITT.
Times of the School Day
START OF THE SCHOOL DAY
Supervision is provided on the playground in the mornings from 8.40 a.m., and we respectfully request that children are not dropped off and left on the playground before 8.35 a.m. at the earliest. After 8.40 a.m. and throughout the day the children are always supervised by an adult when working or playing.
END OF THE DAY
Children should clear the site as quickly as possible at the end of the day. If you are waiting for an infant and junior child, we ask that you keep your infant child in view and in control.
Please note that they are not allowed to play on the railings in the cycle shelter, to go on the grass on the edge of the playground, or to go out on the field.