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20/01/22

Fantastic writing in Reception today. Inspired by the fabulous book ‘Clean Up’, children wrote about ocean pollution and what we can all do to help https://t.co/oYp461Tyev

15/01/22

Enrichment clubs have started for Spring Term and we are delighted to have offering our children cooking club. Week one was all about taste and what a rainbow of colour and flavour they got to experience. https://t.co/ngQ22ULr6q

13/01/22

Celebrating some high quality pieces of writing from year 5 showcased in these beautiful displays https://t.co/J33BjSKryb

17/12/21

End of term was celebrated with year group Christmas Fairs in the playground; games, prizes and dancing in the snow! A fitting way to end a fantastic term. Happy Christmas Everyone 🎄🥳 https://t.co/l9xpE0b7P8

17/12/21

Don’t forget it’s Christmas Jumper day today. 🎄 https://t.co/TXkp6NzWLi

16/12/21

We had a surprise visit today from the one and only Father Christmas, he brought Christmas cheer and classroom gifts for every class. The children were thrilled with the surprise visit. It was a true delight to see. Thank you Father Christmas. https://t.co/RNb0EzwgTL

15/12/21

You all look fabulous 😊🎄

15/12/21

Looks fantastic 😊

15/12/21

That’s a wrap! After 3 playground performances and a few hours of recording our Nativity for this year is edited and ready for its premier. Well done to all staff and children involved you did so well to adapt to changes and really did shine. ⭐️ https://t.co/TrfFz6WkpN

13/12/21

Our wonderful choir performed at helping to raise funds for with over £600 raised. https://t.co/I1oZTOj8II

03/12/21

Great to host a football tournament for teams from and Well done to everyone for taking part! Well done to team for coming 1st https://t.co/xwJt5ggrS4

01/12/21

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas Some of our wonderful children helping to spread a little Christmas cheer across our school community 🎄 https://t.co/IRlXjv4SMC

25/11/21

What a week for sport. Children took part in Bromley Schools Cross Country with a Y5 girl star runner placing 7th out of 350 girls! Football saw our Y5 and Y6 boys team take home the winners’ trophy placing first out of 24 teams at a Bromley football tournament. Well done all! https://t.co/93W1iNy5Fb

23/11/21

Our y6 students are loving these sessions! Thank you for leading them https://t.co/vAelv7uVuB

20/11/21

What a cosy day wearing our PJs into school to raise funds for thank you to all our families that have supported this fantastic charity today. https://t.co/bwWuveTCHU

15/11/21

Today children enjoyed hearing from a special visitor delivering assemblies to celebrate Diwali and deepen our understanding of Hinduism https://t.co/s7pPZ4LYGs

12/11/21

Monday wear your odd socks to school for with for 🧦 https://t.co/fxuTPmktvF

12/11/21

We are consulting on our admissions arrangement for 2023 - 24. More information can be found on our website. https://t.co/InhCQARJF4

05/11/21

Year 6 children have worked hard this week on their poppy window display and poppy appeal sales. Items will be available next Monday - Wednesday before school. https://t.co/cacfdfHl07

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Learning at our Academy

It is important, especially at such a young age, that children are taught and looked after in the right way for them. Our staff support each child to be the best they can. This section of our prospectus describes what education here is like. 


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 all of our pupils 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 prepared well for academic success. 


High standards in every classroom 

With each week, term and year being so significant in a 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 the right way for them. 

We step in quickly if a change is needed. For some children, this might involve one-to-one support if they are finding something difficult and for others it could mean stretching them more to keep them interested.  As an Academy parent, you would be welcome to discuss your son or daughter with us at any time. We also send reports home each term so you are kept up-to-date about your child’s learning and progress. 

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. 


An academic head start 

As children progress through the school, one of our aims will be to make sure we give them a ‘head start’ for the rest of their education. 

Once they reach Years 5 and 6, they will begin to be taught by specialist subject teachers, just like in secondary school.  They will also be taken by their teachers to use specialist facilities such as science laboratories at the nearby Harris Secondary Academies.

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.