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21/01/22

In Nursery this week, the children have been developing their fine motor skills by practising using one handed tools and equipment. They had lots of fun creating faces with a selection of different herbs and vegetables! 🌽 https://t.co/MN0WnqaoNU

21/01/22

Year 1 have made their own salt dough characters this week based on the stories they have been writing in literacy. They used interesting adjectives to describe their characters! 📝 https://t.co/PLOXmtzY9M

21/01/22

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Thank you to , The Pupil Ambassadors and Eco-Warriors for an eye opening presentation on the schools new Sustainability Plan. The children were passionate, inspiring and did a great job of asking some very well thought-out questions. https://t.co/1MpHEvjLdu

20/01/22

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🚨 New Page for 🚨 We have put together Top Tips for parents and carers to talk about with their children who are under 11. - it's never too early to talk about life online. 👇 https://t.co/Qt53XLZ0vb https://t.co/8ZsTYAtuiz

20/01/22

This week in science, year 5 have been investigating which materials are attracted to a magnet and are also conductors of electricity 🔌 Did you know not all metals are magnetic? https://t.co/1qWCoRFTT6

17/01/22

Last week we welcomed our local MP, Ellie Reeves, to our school. During her visit, she met with both our Pupil Ambassadors and Eco-Warriors. They presented our new Sustainability Plan for our school as well as having a question and answer session ♻️ https://t.co/RqpF0XPR4J

13/01/22

Year 6 have been learning about the C Major Scale in music today. They started off by discussing how Major Scales have a happy sounding tonality and then had a go at playing the C Major Scale on Glockenspiels 🎶 https://t.co/SXvp4x7Gjq

13/01/22

In science this week, year 6 have been learning about Inheritance. They applied their knowledge about inherited characteristics to Mr Men and predicted what they thought the offspring of different Mr Men and Little Miss would look like! 👩‍🔬 https://t.co/4BMNzdq0nn

17/12/21

We had a very special visitor handing out Principals awards this morning! All of our pupils were very excited to receive a visit from Mrs Elf 🌟 https://t.co/jizQEeiVkH

16/12/21

Wow this is so magical!

16/12/21

Yesterday morning we took our nursery children to the local post box to post the Christmas and Winter cards that they have made for their families 📮 https://t.co/1WEbUPPNc6

15/12/21

Our amazing Wellbeing Warriors are running a bake sale on the playground after school today! All proceeds will be used by the Wellbeing Warriors to host wellbeing events for pupils in our school. Please come along and purchase a yummy cake 🍰 https://t.co/TckhOeTICW

14/12/21

In DT, year 1 have been making their very own moving picture books! They have made their fish move 📚 https://t.co/mIyIPPbanR

14/12/21

Today in DT, year 3 have been using fresh produce to create their own salads and salad dressings. How yummy do these look! 🥗 https://t.co/ON2K54u9Li

14/12/21

Years 4, 5 and 6 are at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley ready to watch this year's pantomime 'Sleeping Beauty' 🎭 https://t.co/vjjJFTWWGm

13/12/21

Thank you so much to all of our staff and pupils for their amazing efforts for Christmas Jumper Day today- we have seen some fabulous jumpers and accessories 🤩 We have also raised some money for the incredible Save The Children charity 🌟 https://t.co/vp0ZMa87tM

13/12/21

Third stop for year 6: standing on the remains of the very famous Great Exhibition at Crystal Palace Park https://t.co/cI2bmz3UvB

13/12/21

Stop two for year 6: Penge East station, which was originally named Penge Lane, opened in 1863. It is a grade II listed building which means it cannot be changed or demolished easily without the correct permission! https://t.co/4GO7Q7mrKF

13/12/21

Year 6 are on a walking tour of their local area this morning as part of their geography topic. First stop- The Crooked Billet which has been a landmark in Penge since 1601 🏙️ https://t.co/zUnPQiOxQ6

11/12/21

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An Academic Head Start

We are lucky enough to be located close to several of the Harris Secondary Academies, including Harris Academy Bromley which is just a short walk away.  This means that specialist teachers often come into our Primary Academy and, as they get older, children can be taken regularly to use facilities such as science laboratories.

As well as engaging them in the excitement of the subject at hand, these experiences help prepare children for a successful transition to Secondary School.

 


Every Lesson is Creative

The aim of our teachers is always to deliver lessons that children enjoy and feel motivated by. We believe that all lessons should be creative, not just arts subjects.

We want our children to learn to be confident readers, writers and mathematicians. Our teachers make sure these areas as well as the rest of the National Curriculum are taught in ways that engage the natural sense of curiosity that children have.  

The result of this is that children become eager, confident pupils who understand the joy of learning and are well prepared for academic success.

 


High Standards in Every Classroom

With each week, term and year being so significant in a young child’s life, consistency is particularly important in their Primary education.  

As part of the Harris Federation, which has its own training school for teachers, our staff receive outstanding professional development to make sure that standards are consistently high in every classroom.

 


Children Treated as Individuals

We want children to retain their individuality and be treated and looked after in the right way for them.   

We welcome children of all abilities and want them to enjoy school and thrive.  For children with special needs, one of our first steps is to work with their parents and other specialists to create a plan for supporting them.  Our approach as a whole is reviewed with children’s classroom teachers, relevant specialists and parents every half term.