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Dear Parents,

Thank you for your support during this very challenging time. We look forward to seeing all the learning that the children will be doing, set by their teachers each day for the next two weeks and after the Easter holidays. Any problems do Dojo us. School is closed for all pupils but open for our Key workers and some other groups. School will be open over the Easter break ONLY for our Key workers. These families have been notified. 

Ultimately the health and wellbeing of everyone is the main priority. Schools are closing to minimise contact and the spread of the virus. Therefore if your child is able to stay away from others it is going to be the safest for them. We will be operating a reduced staff as our staff also need to keep themselves and their family safe at this time. 

Please take great care of yourselves. 

Mrs. Weeks

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  • 07/07/20

    Open Mornings for Prospective Parents (2021 Intake) on Tuesday 13th October & Thursday 19th November at 9:30am

    Open mornings will last approximately an hour. Please arrive promptly at 9:30am to hear headteacher speak.
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  • 06/07/20

    Sir Bob Neill MP and Jared Nehra, Bromley’s Director of Education​​​​​​​, visit Poverest to see 'Best Practice' in Action

    It was with great pride that Poverest Primary School welcomed Sir Bob Neill, MP, and Jared Nehra, Bromley’s Director of Education to visit the school on the morning of 2nd July. They came to see the school ‘in action’ and to discuss how the school had so successfully catered for th...
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  • 17/06/20

    Poverest in Lockdown

    Click on the links below to see the children back at school in their bubbles and also the children not currently in school doing their home learning.
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  • 18/05/20

    Article about Remote Teaching featuring Mr Haylock discussing how Poverest is using Google G-Suite to deliver online learning effectively during lockdown

    Please click on the link below to read the full article:- https://arbor-education.com/blog-delivering-remote-teaching-and-learning-during-lockdown/
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  • 20/03/20

    Covid - 19 Updates

    Please check your Dojo and Emails regularly for updates on how we will support you during this time.
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  • 17/03/20

    Poverest Primary School Flag

    Here is the new, bespoke, Poverest School flag. Our governor, Mr Parker, kindly donated the flag pole and Mr Owbridge, our Site Manager, will be attaching and raising the flag this week, so look out for it as you drive past the school field!
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  • 17/03/20

    Beech Class Thames Explorer Trust Workshop

    ​The Thames Explorer Trust came to Beech Class to deliver a workshop about the River Thames. We learnt about world trade and the Port of London, in order to gain an understanding of geography on a local and global scale.
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  • 17/03/20

    Fir Class visit to the Science Museum

    Fir Class have had a fantastic time celebrating Science Week and discovering amazing and wonderful things on our trip to the Science Museum. They have been looking at the different melting rates of chocolate and also experimenting with colour mixing, as well as spotting spider monkeys using thermal...
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  • 17/03/20

    Fig Class visit to the Science Museum

    Fig Class visited the Science Museum, where they had the opportunity of exploring ‘The Wonder Lab’ and checked out a ‘Wonder Show’. A fantastic time was had by all, with much learning and having fun with Science. We even had an email sent from a member of the public congratul...
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  • 17/03/20

    Year 6 Science Day

    Year 6 researched and planned their own science experiments, writing their own instructions and explaining the science behind them.
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  • 27/02/20

    TikTok 'Family Safety Mode' Gives Parents Some App Control

    TikTok has always been a web based piece of software we have advised parents not to allow their children on due to the potential danger of strangers easily making contact with children. TikTok is very popular with children, however, and can be a very creative tool, but keeping children safe is...
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  • 07/02/20

    Fig & Fir Classes Visit to Tate Britain

    Year 4 had a fantastic trip to the Tate Britain this week to see the Steve McQueen exhibition. In Year 3 the children took part in the Steve McQueen Year 3 Project, where they were photographed with their teachers in the school hall. We were able to see our photograph up close and celebrate our part...
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