Welcome to
Farmborough Church Primary School

Farmborough Church Primary School is set in the heart of the village, serving the needs of the community and well beyond.

Every child here is valued as an individual, and there is a strong Christian ethos of caring and acceptance, recognising and celebrating each child as unique and special. Every child has the opportunity here to take part and succeed in a wide range of activities.

This school works in partnership with families and with the wider community. Many people choose to volunteer here, and become valued members of our staff team, after careful DBS checks. This enriches the opportunities all our children enjoy.

Do please come and look round our school. This is a school that really cares about each child, working in partnership with parents to ensure that they achieve in every way. Our academic results are extremely good and our pupils make very good progress here. Even more important though, is our commitment to care for your child and to help him or her grow up into a happy and confident young person, able to respond to the challenges of tomorrow.

We have a superb staff team in place, and wonderful children. Read full welcome message...

Mr Darren Roberts, Headteacher
Mrs Michelle Darby, Chair of Governors

Farmborough Church Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We follow safer recruitment practices and all staff and volunteers are DBS checked.

We are part of The Partnership Trust multi-academy trust


We host School Direct teaching students through The Bath and Mendip Partnership Teaching School and BathSpa University. Click here for more details



Working Together, Valuing Everyone, Learning for Life


Happy New Year to everyone. Our Christian Value focus for Term 3 is COURAGE. We are looking forward to another great term, with plenty going on in school. This includes continuing to work in collaboration with the School Councils from Marksbury Primary and Paulton Infants on how we use our 'Learning to Learn Gem Powers' to support children's learning. We will be taking part in a range of sporting events and the highlight will be the football team competing in the Small Schools County finals for the first time (in mid-January), so good luck to them. Finally, the term will end with our annual Book Week events.

Upcoming events:

02.01.18 INSET day. 

03.01.18 INSET day.

04.01.18 Start of Term 3 for pupils.

11.01.18 Epiphany Workshops at All Saints Church

19.01.18 Small Schools County Football Finals in Street

26.01.18 Theatre Production in School of 'Dick Whittington'. This fantastic performance has been fully funded by the School Association.

 30.01.18 Year 6 visit to Lifeskills in Bristol.

05.02.18 Start of BOOK WEEK.

 07.02.18 Bedtime Story evening 6-7pm. During this event, there will be a SUGAR SMART information session for families in the hall.