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🌈 We challenge you to a game of bingo from ! Are you up for the challenge? See how many activities you can tick off before we return to school. This is a good one for parents too 🙌Enjoy your break.


🌈Wellbeing Wednesday: Looking for activity ideas for the Easter holidays? Check out the FREE themed art projects for families, following the link below


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Are the school holidays stretching ahead of you?! Don't worry - if your children are getting bored, just open up the Cupboard to find writing tips, storytimes, drawalong videos and lots of other treats too!


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Looking for advice about books and disability? Check out the section of our website for reading recommendations, features from authors and tips for writers, illustrators and publishers: Pic: Fiona Lumbers


🌈Wellbeing Wednesday: Happy holidays everyone. We hope you have a fantastic break. Check out the new calendar for the month of April and find lots of ways to get active and boost your wellbeing this month


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The Awards are back! Do you know someone aged between 6 – 16 who is a medical hero? To tell us more and see the T&Cs click here 👉 Closes midnight on 20/6/2021


Year 2 ending term with a bang by sending their Great Fire of London buildings up in smoke!


Year 5 spent the morning with their sleeves rolled up, making Easter chocolate nests after their Cadbury's chocolate workshop last week.


Our Y5 pupils enjoying the last day of term with outdoor art - individual painted pebbles for our wellbeing garden


🌈Well-being Wednesday: We are pleased to share some fantastic news about a new Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing service for the children and young people of Bromley, which launches on the 1st April provided by 🙌


🌼 Spring has sprung in our Reception garden. Look at the lovely daffodils that we planted together before lockdown.


Thank you for helping us to raise over £350 today for Comic Relief!


☀️Lots of fun in the sun with Reception this afternoon, as we celebrated on the field together after our talent show.


Let's get things started! Crazy hair, crazy clothes! Raising money and having fun for COMIC RELIEF 2021!


Can you spot who's been checking out all the activity in our new wellbeing garden space this week?


Hands-on science anyone? Year one have been getting fishy fingers this week, dissecting sea-bass and learning all about internal organs. Pass the chips!


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Don’t forget that tomorrow is Red Nose Day! We can wear crazy hair and crazy clothes to raise money for the charity. Please donate £1 if you can and you can buy red noses from us today.


🦖Dinosaur Discovery in Reception. Our very own team of palaeontologists have been enjoying our dinosaur discovery area this week.They’ve found some really interesting bones and fossils. Can you guess which dinosaurs they’ve discovered?


Don’t forget that tomorrow is Red Nose Day! We can wear crazy hair and crazy clothes to raise money for the charity. Please donate £1 if you can and you can buy red noses from us today.

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British Values

Through the teaching of Philosophy for Children (P4C), we enable students to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence as well as encourage them to respect each other and other’s opinions. Our stimuli for philosophy sessions provoke the thinking of right and wrong, taking responsibility, how we contribute to society and being tolerant of each other and our cultural traditions. RE and PSHE are also often taught through philosophy where children can openly discuss and articulate their thoughts on various issues. We actively promote tolerance and understanding of different cultures and faiths. Topical items are also discussed in assemblies (e.g. elections, anniversary of September 11th).


Through our curriculum, British Values are taught by:

  • ‘How Britain came to be’ in Year 3 (Stone Age and the subsequent Roman, Anglo-Saxon and Viking invasion of Britain)
  • Early Islamic Civilisation and the Muslim faith in Year 4
  • The importance of women during WWII in Year 5
  • The role of the UK in WWII Year 6
  •  Comparing different government structures around the world (and with the past) in Year 5
  • Year 4 and 5 have character building sessions from ex-army personnel that lead to an expedition


Our school council:

  • Is made up of democratically elected pupils from each class
  • Is led by Year 6 Heads of School who have written speeches and are voted for by a ballot
  • Makes a visit to Parliament termly
  • Meets with the Principal to discuss pupil voice
  • Is encouraged to discuss with their classmates items on an agenda to take back to other meetings


Philosophy sessions (through our curriculum) include:

  • What makes a family? – Years 2 and 4
  • What makes me, me? – R and Year 1
  • The role of the British monarchy – Year 2
  • Roman treatment of Christians – Year 3
  • Anti-social and aggressive behaviour – Year 3
  • The role of the Arab Spring – Year 4
  • The role of charities including Crisis, The Big Issue and Barnado’s – Year 5
  • Liberty and freedom – Year 6
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