- For the second year in succession, we are recognised by the Mayor of London.
- Thanks to the hard work of our Junior Travel Ambassadors, Crofton Juniors has retained its Gold Star accreditation.
What did you do at school today?
We know that you all ask the children what they have been doing, and either they have "forgotten" or they tell you that they have done nothing! So we will keep this page updated with a selection of photos showing what has really been happening!
A number of Year 3 pupils took part in Scooter Awareness training this week, provided by the London Borough of Bromley. All pupils successfully passed the course showing a high level of competence and development in their scooter use, and received a ‘Scootstrap’ and certificate in recognition of their achievement. The course not only aims to improve safety, but also to endorse the scooter as a suitable method of transport to travel to school in the eyes of the school community and local residents.
Year 6 spent a day getting a taste of what life was like for school children in Victorian times.
In contrast to their Victorian learning, Year 6 went on an educational visit to the London Eye to support their "London" topic.
Back at school, they have been doing role play in Literacy, exploring different character's emotions, and working together to solve maths problems!
Year 5 have been working on projects for STEM.
Groups of Year 4 children have been visiting Petts Wood library. It's National Non-Fiction November, the Federation of Children’s Book Groups’ annual celebration of all things factual.
Year 3 children have been spending time in our fantastic outdoor area at Forest School.