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.

Come and visit us on Saturday 7th March between 10am and 1pm and look around the school and meet our staff and students. No Appointment required. Frequent tours of both buildings. For more information see our Open Day page . Event Schedule (all 15mins long) Head’s Introduction 10:00am Head’s Introduction 10:30am How we teach phonics 10:45am Head’s Introduction 11:00am How we teach maths 11:15am Head’s Introduction 11:30am How we teach phonics 11:45am Head’s […]

This year’s Quiz Night will be held on Friday 13th March at 7pm. Tickets go on sale on Tuesday 25th February at 7pm via EventBrite: Book Tickets Now >> Ticket price includes entry to the quiz and a meal. A cash bar serving wine, beer and non-alcoholic drinks will be open throughout the night.

The Pointer’s Fundraising Group is once again pleased to announce our annual Christmas teddy raffle. This lovely, cuddly teddy will be raffled on the last day of school, Friday 13th December, at the children’s medals ceremony where the lucky winner will be presented the teddy in front of the whole school. Parents and students wanting to purchase a chance at the raffle can do so after school from a PFG […]

A huge thank you to all Pointers families for their incredibly generous donation for Greenwich Foodbank as part of our annual Harvest Festival. We filled up the Greenwich Foodbank van and there were still 20 bags left! The Foodbank representative has to return again because we brought so much food! While this was an incredibly successful event, it’s important for us to remember that in order to feed all the […]

Mr & Mrs Higgins invite you to join us for our annual Parent Ball 2019. This years theme is “Blitz at the Ritz” so prepare your finest 1940’s attire! Arrive for at 7 for 7:30pm for canapes and fizz, followed by a relaxed dinner (no formal tables) and live music and dancing. Carriages at 11pm. Dress code: Period dress (1940s) or black tie To be held at the beautiful former […]

Year 6 has cunningly re-enacted the events which led to the start of the First World War more than one hundred years ago. Using a whole host of resources, including archived accounts of eye-witnesses, they acted out the death of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie in Sarajevo in June 1914. The drama also included the assassin, Gavrillo Princip, hiding in the playground, and the moments that the open-topped […]