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If you have a child starting Primary School in September 2020 and would like to book on one of our Open Days please call the School Office on 0208 467 4223. The dates and times are below.

Open Day Sessions

Wednesday 9th October 2019 - 2.00pm

Tuesday 5th November 2019 - 1.30pm

Friday 8th November 2019 - 9.45am

Tuesday 12th November 2019 - 11.00am

Wednesday 20th November 2019 - 2.00pm

Thursday 28th November 2019 - 9.30am

Monday 2nd December 2019 - 11.00am

Welcome to our school's website

Welcome to Red Hill Primary School. I am very proud to be the Head Teacher here and am delighted to share with you all of the wonderful things we have going on at our school.

Watch our short video below to find out a bit more about the great things we offer here at Red Hill. 

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Staff at Red Hill enjoying fencing.

Staff from Red Hill and SF took part in the core coach fencing programme in order to be able to introduce this fantastic sport into their schools.

Special Thanks to Bob Bales in association with British Fencing for his knowledge and expertise throughout the day.

A special mention goes to Mrs Bussy for showing her poise and skill in order to win the final duel against Mr Fricker.

 

Year 3 Dino Workshop

Year 3 had a dino-tastic day on Friday hunting for fossils. Palaeontologists Chris told us all about these rare fossils!

Visit from Lord Agnew

We were delighted to show Lord Agnew, Academies Minister, around Red Hill and show him what a fantastic school we have. He was very impressed with the learning he saw, as well as beautifully displayed work and well mannered and behaved children.

Read more in our article in Bromley Borough News.

https://www.bromleyboroughnews.co.uk/article.cfm?id=131134&headline=Lord%20Agnew%20praises%20Chislehurst%20primary%20for%20%27dramatic%20improvements%20since%20becoming%20an%20academy%27&sectionIs=news&searchyear=2019

 

Ofsted

We are delighted to share with you our recent Ofsted where we were graded 'good' with outstanding features.  Please see below a copy of the final report as well as a letter from Mrs Crockatt. 

Science Club

Year 3 and 4 have been doing various experiments and looking at different topics over the past 6 weeks at science club.

We have looked at how the digestive system works. 
Looked at absorption and colour changing. 

Created our very own lava lamps. 

​Designed and made paper aeroplanes. 

Reception : Weave The Magic

Here are our Reception children and their parents having lots of fun when they came to Weave The Magic afternoon.

Easter Bunny Run

On the 28th March 2019, Red Hill selected pupils participated in the Easter Bunny Run at St Peters and St Pauls Catholic School.  For many of the pupils it was their first time competing against other schools.  All of the pupils performed extremely well and demonstrated key personal attributes such as resilience, determination and enthusiasm. We would like to thank St Peters school and Bromley Sports Partnership for organising and hosting the event, and the parents who were able to come and support.

 

Special mention goes out to Max Chatman, who finished third in his race.  Well done, one to watch for the future.

Science Week

​Here are some lovely photographs from science week.  The first one is Volcanoes from reception .The second is the lab coat entries from year 1.The next are from year 4 weighing and measuring cross curricular. ​The last set are year 4 science fair project and the digestive system .

Great to be me

Today we welcomed Michael Turner from Southend United to launch our Great to Be Me project across the school. The children enjoyed listening to his story of how he became a professional footballer and were inspired by his perseverence and resilience. We are delighted that he has an ambassador for this unique project where everyone can celebrate why they are great.

Year 4 Science Week

In year 4 we have been studying the digestive system. As part of science week, we are looking at the journey of food through the body to fit in with our studies. This week, we recreated the digestive system process. 

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