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
Nursery Open Morning
Prospective parents come and see why Ofsted said, 'In the Early Years Foundation Stage, staff provide stimulating environments for learning, both indoors and outdoors. Children become confident learners and make good progress in their personal and social development, early reading, writing and speaking and number skills.' March 2014
Monday 8th February 9:30-11am
All parents/carers should have received an invitation to attend parents evening from the class teacher. Reply slips with times will be sent home via book bags.
Commencing 8th, 9th & 10th February see calendar dates for class days
Safe Internet Day
Pupils will be taking part in an informative assembly about how to be a safe internet and mobile device user. Parents can find more information via the bottom of the homepage regarding how to keep young people safe online.
Monday 8th February
Choir @ The O2
The junior choir will be off to the O2 with Mrs Gwillam. Remember to wear sensible shoes and bring warm/ waterproof coats.
Monday 8th February
Aspire to achieve Believe in yourself Care for each other
As the Internet becomes ever more accessible, it is important to remember about using the Internet safely. The term e-safety is used to cover this area.
Good practices include, keeping your username and password safe and not sharing it with others, as well as, to tell a trusted adult if someone or something has made you uncomfortable or worried whilst on the Internet.
The NCA’s CEOP Command is here to help children and young people. They are here to help, if you are a young person and you or your friend have been forced or tricked into doing something online, or in the real world.
They also have advice and links to support for other online problems young people might face, such as cyberbullying and hacking. Click here to visit their site >>