Recent News

Recent News

  • Year Six Prom

    Published on Monday 23rd July 2018

    Thursday 19th July 2018, Year Six Leavers' Prom.

  • The Journey of Plastic: an exhibition

    Published on Wednesday 11th July 2018

    You are invited to an exhibiiton of children's learning at Kender school, today Wednesday 11th July from 3.30pm.

  • Sports Day 2018

    Published on Tuesday 10th July 2018

    Sports Day 2018: another fantastic day of fun and competition at Goldsmiths! Which House Team will win the House Cup? Find out on Friday!

  • Plastics Protest

    Published on Friday 6th July 2018

    Our whole school Summer project: The Journey of a Plastic Bag. As part of this project the children organised a plastics protest march. The streets of New Cross were ringing with whistles and the cries of 'no more plastics!'

  • Kenderbury 2018

    Published on Wednesday 4th July 2018

    Friday 29th June, 5.30 to 8.30pm: Kenderbury 2018

  • The Journey of Plastic: homework project

    Published on Friday 25th May 2018

    The Journey of Plastic: homework project

    Next term our whole school project is investigating the impact of plastic on the environment, which links to our whole school theme of Journeys.

  • Autism Awareness Day

    Published on Thursday 29th March 2018

    Last day of term: Autism Awareness Day @Kender.

  • Sports Relief 2018

    Published on Wednesday 21st March 2018

    Friday 23rd March: wear PE kit! Sports Relief activities taking place all day, including Taekwondo.

    In the evening: FOK DISCO

  • Health Week

    Published on Wednesday 21st March 2018

    Health Week 2017 starts on Thursday! To kick off this event we will be wearing blue to mark World Water Day. So, get ready to wear blue on Thursday!

  • SSAT Peer Review Report

    Published on Wednesday 7th March 2018

    The SSAT peer review report for Kender Primary is available via the website. Please visit our Standards page and look for SSATpeerReview18.

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