But this year he upped the ante from his usual cards and chocolate and has made every female a hand-baked biscuit resplendent with a love-heart in the centre.
The junior Romeo then wrapped them individually in lettered bags.
He has made a special effort as this is his final year before moving to secondary school.
The 11-year-old heartthrob delivered his gifts to the lucky girls in Mulberry class at Newlaithes Primary School in Horsforth, Leeds, on the last day of term – carefully putting them in each young lady’s place during morning break.
But when his male classmates moaned that girls “didn’t do stuff like that for the boys” he simply told them: “The thing that you have to realise guys is that on Valentine’s Day, and on your wedding day, it is all about the girl.”
Although he makes an effort for all his female classmates Fergus, who is also the current WTKA Thai Boxing World Champion for his age group and a keen footballer for Horsforth St Margaret’s JFC, admits there is one young lady in the classroom who he “likes the best”.
And although he has already received three cards in return for his efforts he is hoping more Valentine’s surprises drop through his letterbox when the postman makes his deliveries this morning.
Fergus lives with gym-owning parents Richard, 50, and Lisa, 45, and has an older brother Finlay, 14, and younger sister Felicity, nine.
Proud Lisa said: “He’ll make a great husband when he’s grown-up – so long as by then he focuses his attention on one girl rather than 17.
“But when all the other mums tell me what a sweetheart Fergus is I think, ‘my work here is done’. “I’m just hoping some of this romance rubs off on his dad.”