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.
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.
Purford Green Primary school has been given a Bronze award for their work to make sure students don’t miss out on an education because they are young carers.
Our pupils joined Potter Street Academy and Passmores at the Potter Street Memorial to celebrate Armistice Day on Monday.
Fun, fitness and fundraising was the order of the day when British Paralympic wheelchair racer, Anne Wafula-Strike visited our school recently.
@chattyloopy It's the perfect recycle! Let's hope it doesn't rain soon!
Such a wonderful thing to see all of our EYFS class with smiles on their faces and another example of staff at Purford Green continuing to go above and beyond to make our children happy. Miss Smith #earlyyearsmatters #thankyouteacher
Amazing boys!! Great achievement!! You really are making me so proud!! From Miss Smith #ttrockstars
Our youngest children are missing each other so much and as they will not be coming back to see each other in June, we have made a video for them to remember all of their friends. We miss you Little Einsteins! #Reception https://t.co/LmGghYcvnx
Congratulations to Year 4, Year 6 and Year 5 boys who all won their battles in this week's TT Rockstars tournaments! Excellent scores everybody. Thank you to everyone who battled on their class's behalf. #KeepLearning #ttrockstars https://t.co/ftbtLApW7w
Another film review from Jack in Year 5. Thanks Jack! #year5 https://t.co/BhX5osjf9k