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16th December 17

Welcome to

Flimby Primary School

Our Values and Ethos

The children and staff of Flimby Primary School recognise our core vales as:

Respect for ourselves, our families and our communities.

 Pride in our own achievements and those of others

Bravery in trying new challenges even though they may be hard.

Success and the belief that with enough effort anything is achievable.



Mission Statement


"Growing the leaders of tomorrow."

Commonwealth Games Athlete - Kimberley Renicks


We have been very lucky at Flimby Primary School and had a visit from Commonwealth Games gold medalist Kimberley Renicks. Kimberley won a gold medal in Judo in 2014.

Each class took part in a fitness workshop where Kimberley talked the children through her fitness and exercise routine. She then held a full school assembly where the children got the opportunity to watch video clips of her training and competing before taking part in a question and answer session. She even brought her gold medal in to show everyone.

A vey inspiring, fun morning had by all! 

Grandparents open afternoon


We invited our Grandparents into school to spend some quality time playing games with their grandchildren. Our school hall was so full we were worried that we would not be able to fit everyone in!

Thank you to all grandparents who came and made it such a great afternoon.

First Aid Training


On the 5th and 6th September all support staff undertook full paediatric first aid training with Pochat Training. Safe to say it was intense, but all staff passed and we are very proud of them.

Ballet at Flimby


On Thursday 17th March young Ballet dancers from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland visited school to work with Yrs 4-6 on dance, responding to classical music and making Messel Makers Masks.  This work was done with Anne Timpson from Rosehill Theatre.

On Friday 18th March, as a follow up, the children will be visting the Carnegie Theatre for a Live on Line concert.

The units are being built in Halifax and making their journey to us on Friday (29th January).

This is how they look now!

Preparation time and the playground looks like we're expecting a delivery of plants!!

We think the workmen would have preferred better weather and yes, one of them is wearing shorts! Ms Wilson chose the sensible option and stood inside to take the pictures.

Floods December 2015


Many of our children were affected by the devastating floods and are living with friends or relatives, or are waiting to be rehomed.

The morning after the floods we were determined to help out here at Flimby Primary School.  We opened our doors early, told the children not to worry about uniform and provided breakfast and lunch for all.  We also offered the use of the school to the local community for tea and biscuits and to get warmed up.

Spooky Spectacular


We had a fabulously frightening fun packed Halloween disco. 

Let's hope we don't scare you too much!!

Grandparents Day :  file (1485.9k)

To celebrate Grandparents Day we invited grandparents into school to enjoy an afternoon of cakes and juice and to play some games!

Everyone had so much fun!

Intra Sports Gymnastic Competition


We held our very own gymnastics competition.  Everyone had a go but blue team came out champions.


Scarecrow Competition and Carnival


We had a busy few weeks preparing our Scarecrows and practicing performance.

Science Day


We had a mad science day that was delivered by Corinne from Sellafield. We all completed scientific experiments throughout the day.