Field Place Infant School

Field Place Infant School

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Welcome to Field Place Infant School

Field Place Infant School is in the Goring/Durrington area of Worthing.

We currently have three classes in Reception, four in Year One and four in Year Two. We have capacity for four classes in each year group and expect to grow over the next few years. The school also has a Nursery Class for 52, part-time children of 3 and over. We also have a Special Support Class for children who have an Education and Health Care Plan for speech and language difficulties.

Ofsted Says:

  • “The school offers wonderful opportunities to learn and explore, all within a safe and stimulating learning environment”

We hope your child will be very happy at our school and we look forward to working with you over the next few years. Read more...

Theresa Alford,  Headteacher




 January 2019



I would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year.  The children returned to school on Friday and seemed to have had an exciting and fun Christmas break.  A few parents returned to school a day early, so I would like to remind everyone that school dates and information are always available via the school website and app.


In line with our four curriculum values:

  • The Power of Talk
  • Growth Mindset
  • Broadening Horizons
  • A Love of the Natural World

We have decided to redesign our approach to homework in Year 1 and Year 2.  We would like to provide the children with a broad range of activities to try at home that further enrich the curriculum themes in school.


This homework will be presented in a grid form and will last for the full half term.  The children will be able to select activities that interest them based on our new topic ‘Ice’.  Each activity will attract a number of points.  Across the half term, we would like the children to try and achieve 100 points.  They will then be presented with a certificate at the end of the half term.


We would love to see the children’s homework, so we can celebrate their hard work.  Please keep the grid at home and shade in the activities you complete.  We will collect the grids in towards the end of the half term so children who achieve 100 points can be given their certificates.

We hope you find this new style of homework exciting and creative. 















Week Beginning 14th January 2019

Events this week

If you are signed up to parentmail, you should have received a link to our yearly Parents Survey.  Parents are contacted weekly via parentmail with information and updates on school events. If you are not signed up to parentmail, please pop into the Office to see Mrs Nicholson and she will arrange for you to be added to the system.