We would like to warmly welcome you to Purford Green Primary School. We are extremely proud of our school and the emphasis we place on ensuring we are at the heart of the community, supporting all our children and their families. By working together we create a safe, nurturing environment where everyone can thrive.
With schools opening to all pupils as normal from September after dealing with the challenges and disruption caused by the pandemic, we had to think creatively about how we could manage our transition arrangements for new pupils entering reception.
With the pandemic disrupting many social events, children across the land have missed out on summer term trips and farewell traditions of their schools. But at here at Puford Green Primary, staff were determined to find a way to celebrate our Year 6 pupils’ achievements, and allow them to say...
Way back at the start of March, when we began planning for the prospect of school closure due to the Covid 19 outbreak, we knew our first priority would be to stay in touch with each and every one of our pupils’ families.
On Wednesday 4th March, our pupils accepted the challenge of becoming problem-solving mathematicians for the day!
We have joined forces with our partner schools Passmores Academy, Potter Street Academy and The Downs Primary to form the first PCLC Student Council.
Our pupils showed off their vocal talents by performing at one of the UK’s biggest arenas, the O2 in London.
All the staff at Purford Green would like to thank our community for all their support. We have enjoyed being able to work with you and the children this year. We look forward to seeing everyone again in September. https://t.co/y2VwDecfnI
Dev in Year 1 has designed a super poster reminding us how to stay safe at the beach and working hard applying his knowledge of halving, fantastic work! https://t.co/CHasC7y6zF
Maisie in Year 4 has done a great pointillism painting on the theme of summer this week! Fantastic! https://t.co/xE2M28tVky
@HayleyCummins5 We love it
Another fizzy drinks and Mentos experiment in Year 5. The diet cola won again and Mrs Rouse had to run... again! https://t.co/ppkFQYpAI2