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Please contact the school office if you would like paper copies of any of the information on our website. 

EYFS outdoor area plans


In February 2018, the outdoor area where the shed currently is, is being redeveloped to ensure your children get the most from their outdoor learning. Over a period of four weeks, there will be a water pump with movable channels installed, alongside a troll bridge, cave, viewing platform and slide. These new features will continue to allow children to use the outdoor environment to explore and learn.


At the other end of the outdoor area, we will be creating a nature zone with a new, bigger mud kitchen, bug hotel, wildlife viewing platform and living willow tunnel. This will create another fantastic learning environment for our children

Girls Football Competition

The girl’s football team took part in the Primary Stars football tournament on Wednesday, despite the weather the girls showed resilience and played well securing a place in the quarter finals where unfortunately they lost to Southborough Primary School.


Tag Rugby Competition

Miss Benbow took a group of pupils to play tag rugby at the Bromley schools competition. The students played well as they became familiar with the tactics and rules of the game. They have only had 2 training sessions, so this was their first experience in a competition. They scored some brilliant tries, with Millie showing great speed and agility to top the try scoring. Defensively, the teams understanding improved and we saw some outstanding tackles (tagging) by Thomas and Jack. All the students showed an excellent attitude, teamwork and work ethic and were a credit to the school. Overall, they finished 12th out of 25 teams in the competition, which is an outstanding achievment, after only 2 training sessions.


2M have been super lucky to have gymnastics sessions with our fantastic coach Sam! This week we were working on our bridges and then used our skills to create, and perform, a floor routine.

2M gym

Health Day 2018



6C this week have been looking at narrative poems, along with their work on The Blitz and Evacuation.  We created our own narrative poems to show the journey of an evacuee or of a night during The Blitz in London.


As part of our work on The Great Fire of London, 2D have been acting out how King Charles I came to the rescue by suggesting that they use dynamite to blow up houses to make fire breaks.  The children took the parts of King Charles I, his soldiers and houses.  We then followed this up by writing newspaper reports in the September 1666 edition of The London Gazette.


Christmas Activities 2017

Over the last 2 weeks the children have been very busy preparing for the festive season. Reception and Year 3 children have worked very hard on their productions and enjoyed performing to their parents! On Friday 15th December many children joined us in wearing Christmas jumpers to raise money for the Save the Children Charity, and had a school Christmas lunch. We also had a visit from Santa himself! 

Give it Some Welly Competition

We are pleased to announce that we have received the results of the Give it Some Welly competition. The Key Stage 2 entry from Red Hill received Highly Commended and the school will receive £50 in prize money! Congratulations to Thomas Johnson in class 6C, for his fantastic effort.


ICT - Autumn Term

It has been a very busy term in Computing and the children have worked extremely hard on learning new skills.  The Reception classes and Year 1's have explored how to log on to the computer, learning the keys on the keyboard and controlling the mouse by creating various portraits and illustrations.


Educake and Celebake Day - 24th November 2017

Well done to all of the children who took part and baked a cake! The winning cake was made by Bella Daly 6B.

Junior Travel Ambassadors

The JTAs Induction Day was on Tuesday 17th October. The JTAs were presented with their certificates and Gold JTA badges from the Mayor of Bromley, Kathy Bance.  The JTAs are Makayla Ejodame 5S, Brook Moseley 5L and Erinna Thornton 5A.

Girls' Football Team

To celebrate National Girls' Football Week the Red Hill girls' Football Team competed in a football competition hosted by Crystal Palace football team where they performed amazingly. They also had a fantastic experience of having their picture taken with the real Premier League trophy and met Pete the Eagle, who is the official Crystal Palace mascot.

So far the girls have played 8 matches as a team:

Won: 5

Draw: 2

Lost: 1

Goals scored: 11

Goals conceded: 2

girls football team photo

Crystal Palace Cross Country

Well done to the year 5 & 6s who participated in the annual Crystal Palace Cross Country run on Saturday 11th November.
All runners braved the rain and cold to turn up and represent the school in one of the biggest competitions in the country and did excellent. All should be proud!

Year 3 & 4 will be racing in March - more details to come soon! 

crystal palace

Gymnastics in Year 1

1B have been so lucky to have gymnastics coach Sam this half term,

They have been learning floor skills and have been learning to use the big equipment.

This week children were learning to balance on the beam and jump into a landing shape. 

yr 1 wp

Educate and Celebrate day at Red Hill - February, 2017

Educate and Celebrate
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