We are a one form entry primary school, catering for boys and girls aged 4 – 11 years of age as well as Nursery children.
It is a modern built school with bright, airy and well-resourced classrooms. At present, there are approximately 210 children on roll.
We have seven classrooms and a Nursery, an ICT Suite, library, hall with a full operational kitchen providing freshly cooked food and designated gardening area.
We are fortunate to be situated within the setting of Sidcup in Kent with links to our community.
We hope you enjoy looking at our website. If you require any further information, please contact the school office.
With very best wishes
Open Morning for Prospective
Nursery & Reception
Is your child starting school in September 2017?
If so, come and view our Nursery & Reception classes.
If you would like a guided tour, then arrive before 10.30am.
There is no need to book in advance-just turn up
Wednesday 23rd Novemeber @ 9.30-11.00
Wednesday 25th January @ 9.30-11.00
Halloween Fancy Dress Party
The PTA will be holding a Halloween Party over
two consecutive evenings for each year group.
Please make sure you have returned the form with £3.00.
Tuesday 1st November @ 3.15-16.30pm Years' R, 1, 2 &3
Wednesday 2nd Novemeber @ 3.15-16.30pm Years' 4, 5 & 6
Staff Training Day
No children in school today.
Fiday 21st October
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