End of term letter - Changes to our start and end days Thank you all so much for your continued support and co-operation this term. It has been really challenging to ensure all of our arrangements for keeping children in school have worked effectively. So far so good. No cases in school and no year groups have had to close; we aim for this to continue n...
If your child missed the flu vaccination in school this is for you! The School Health Immunisation Team will be delivering 2 catch up clinics at 2 locations. If your child is in Reception to Year 7 and did not get the FLU vaccination in school; Contact the Immunisation Team on the details below to book an appointment.
School Wider Opening - During Pandemic Please Find attached the School Wider Opening Risk Assessment
Headteachers Video and Message for Year 6 Secondary Transfer Headteachers Video for Secondary Transfer Here is a short video explaining the process of applying for places at Secondary Schools. There is also a PDF below of key dates and information on Secondary Transfer. The Local Authority are providing sup...
Procedure for pupils with COVID19 symptoms Symptoms If anyone in your household becomes unwell with a new and persistent cough or a high temperature, or has a loss of, or change in, their normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia), you must not come to the school and stay at home and follow ‘stay at home: gu...
Our school is a fully inclusive community primary school, judged as ‘good’ by Ofsted 2019, with our provision for Early Years, personal development, behaviour and welfare and leadership all judged as ‘outstanding’.
Our school caters for pupils between 3-11 years old. Kender is part of the London Borough of Lewisham, and has places for 420 full time pupils and 62 Nursery pupils.
We are proud of our ‘caring ethos that permeates all aspects of school life’ with children that ‘are valued and cherished as individuals’, ensuring ‘the school radiates happiness, and calmness’.
The school continues to make improvements and, as noted by Ofsted, ‘does not stand still’; ‘improvements to date are linked to the outstanding leadership of the headteacher and other senior leaders, a clear vision of high expectations, strong teamwork and a passionate community spirit among staff and parents’.
We provide a high quality education for all children, encouraging a trusting, caring partnership between home and school. We strive to achieve high standards in all areas of children’s learning, delivering a ‘dynamic curriculum’ and ensuring each child makes the very best of their time in school.
We are proud of our school and would be delighted to welcome potential new parents for a visit – for further information please contact us or contact me via email@example.com
We look forward to meeting you soon.