The Pointer School is a thriving co-educational school for boys and girls aged 3-11 with an outstanding reputation for delivering a traditional yet exciting education within a Christian framework. In October 2014 the Independent Schools Inspectorate found Pointers to be ‘Excellent’ in all areas.

We are absolutely delighted to announce that the Pointer School yesterday were the winners of the Junior Debating Competition held at Colfe’s School.  20 teams in total took part, including Blackheath Prep and Colfe’s, with Pointers being the highest scoring team in the preliminary rounds.  No other school teams performed so well. The victorious team, under the tutelage of Miss Natalie Bell, had a convincing win over a number of […]

On Sunday 4th June the Pointer’s School won the 2016/17 Kent Chess Grand Prix best overall primary school with an overall score of 370.6 points. The following students competed in the Kent Grand Prix 8: Miranda, David, Max, Mihir, Shreyas, Ethan, Evan, Keanu, Ciaran   In addition to winning the overall Best Primary School title for the 2016/2017 Kent Grand Prix series several students achieved significant individual awards: Shreyas competed […]

On Tuesday 6th June 2017, we held our annual Public Speaking Competition in St John’s Church. There were 10 contestants from Years 3-6; a representative from each class. The topics were chosen by the children, and as usual the quality of each speech was outstanding. Huge congratulations to all those who participated: Eoghan (6J) – Balloons Phoebe (6G) – Nuts Iona (5C) – Fudge Harrison (5K) – Tardigrades Petra (4J) […]

Spirits were high as the Year 4s headed off on their residential trip to PGL last week for an outdoor adventure like no other. The children’s chants of ‘Parents Get Lost’ became louder as we neared closer, and once we arrived at PGL Marchants Hill the excitement was palpable. Then, the heavens opened, and we were drenched with unremitting rain for the next 48 hours (excluding a dry Thursday morning).  However, […]

Five days of high-octane, adventurous activities were the recipe for the Year 6 pupils this summer term. The Kingswood activity centre on the Isle of Wight was our base where the students careered down a zipwire, body-boarded in the English Channel, made rafts, learnt about outdoor survival, problem-solved, tried Archery and Fencing and entertained themselves dancing to Ed Sheeran. The 22 pupils loved each minute of it: “my best residential […]

This year, Years 5s took a magical trip up to the heart to the Peak District, Hartington! There they spent 4 days and 3 nights exploring the beautiful countryside. Day one saw the children visit Warwick Castle and attend a swords and shields workshop where they learnt about heraldry and more about the York and Tudor dynasties that shaped our country’s epic history. We attended a bow and arrow show […]