Welcome to Princess Frederica CE VA Primary School
We hope that you can find all of the information that you are looking for on our school website. We aim to update it regularly. If there is anything you cannot find, please contact the school office who will be happy to help you.
Princess Frederica CE VA is a multicultural school which nurtures Christian faith and behaviour. We believe school should be an enjoyable, enriching experience. We promote excellence so that each child is inspired to achieve, and provide opportunity within a safe, caring and challenging environment where everyone is valued.
At Princess Frederica, we believe education is a partnership between school and parents. For this reason, we encourage active relationships with families, which lead to higher standards and well-being for all the children in the school. We provide a stimulating environment where children are nurtured and challenged to achieve high standards in all areas of their learning. We do hope our website gives you an insight into what makes Princess Frederica a special place to learn and grow.
Information about our Nursery
As of the 2017-18 academic year, we are now running a full-time nursery with provision for 30 children. 15 funded hours are available to all children and parents may pay for additional hours if you are not entitled to a 30 hour government funded place. Please click on the link below for information on admissions.
The ABC Fund
Thanks to parents for their patience as the Governing Board updated our online payment provider. We are now in the position to accept regular and/or one off donations from parents towards the ABC fund. As you know, there is a squeeze on school budgets and we are asking parents and carers to please contribute towards their children's enriched education at Princess Frederica. We suggest a monthly contribution of £20 per child.
Please click on the donate button below to make a one off payment or set up a regular payment. Also, please feel free to click on the 'Further Information' button below to view the slides from the ABC fund presentation.
Princess Fred's Matters: Our School Newsletter
At Princess Frederica, we understand the importance of keeping our parents and other stakeholders informed about what is happening at school. That is why we send a newsletter at the end of every half-term. It gives an idea about what has happened in the half-term and celebrates all the learning happening. We also send a newsletter at the start of every new term.
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£86,000 solar boost for Princess Frederica primary school
Children at a Kensal Rise primary school are celebrating a successful fundraising drive which, over the next 25 years, could see up to £86,000 savings for the school.
Princess Frederica CE VA primary school managed to successfully fundraise for £15,000 to install solar panels which will generate clean electricity, help cut the schools energy bills and bring in additional income to spend on school resources and equipment.
Beatrix Simpson, the school’s headteacher, said: “Solar panels will save us thousands on energy bills and cut out carbon footprint. Even more exciting though is the opportunity we now have to educate our children about how sunlight converts into electricity, about science and maths, and to become environmentally-aware citizens as they grow up."
The fundraising was led by Rachael Newberry, a local parent and school governor, who said; “It was nail-biting stuff. We were up to the wire and thought we had missed our target but throughout the project the whole community was right behind us. We went to Legoland, watched films at the Lexi, wore all yellow to school and ate lots of cakes - all for a good cause. The kids are all so proud they are a solar school."
The project was supported by the carbon-cutting campaign 10:10 and money was raised with parents, teachers, children, the PSA and several local businesses.
The launch event was attended by the Mayor of Brent and the Leader of the Council, Councillor Muhammed Butt who said: "It is fantastic that Princess Frederica is a 'solar school' and that our young people are helping Brent become a greener borough. Our Council is committed to playing its part in tackling climate change and projects like this set an excellent example of the way we can all make a difference.”
Princess Frederica is a multicultural school which nurtures Christian faith and behaviour. We promote excellence so every child is inspired to achieve. We provide enriching opportunities in a safe, caring and challenging environment where everyone is valued.
As a Church of England school, Princess Frederica is fully committed to providing a high quality education with full participation and support of children, staff, parents, governors and the wider community.
Our school reflects the rich diversity of the locality and takes pleasure in its different cultures and languages. Through our caring and stimulating environment, we encourage all children to develop into active and considerate members of society.
Each child member of our school community is special.
Your views about Princess Frederica
Each year we seek your views about the quality of education on offer at Princess Frederica CE VA Primary School. In the past we have sent home paper questionnaires. This year we will be using Ofsted's Parent View for the first time.
Parent View is a website that parents and carers can use to give their views about this school at any time of the school year. Parent View is also used by school inspectors when they visit a school to gather parents’ views. Click here for more information...
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