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Posted on: January 15th 2018

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website, designed and developed by school website design agency Cleverbox.

The aim of our website is to provide an engaging digital experience that does justice to Feltonfleet’s vibrant, ambitious and nurturing learning environment. We hope that through the array of videos, the focus on a child’s learning journey and dynamic news you will gain a flavour of our ethos and core belief that we are a school where “individuals really matter”.

The website also launches our newly invigorated logo which retains the Latin motto Pacem Sequamur, meaning “to follow, seek and spread peace”. The launch has inspired us to reflect on the meaning of our motto and the value of peace in our individual lives as well as in our school and wider communities.

As a community we aim to draw inspiration from our motto, "to pursue and spread peace", by seeking to nurture a healthy environment that promotes listening, communication and problem-solving skills.  Every member of our school community knows what our logo represents and what our motto means.

Meaning of our logo 

We would welcome your views and feedback on our new website. Please submit the contact form here.

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