Last Sunday 18th September was the first competition for the Kent Grand Prix (first Chess event of the academic year 2016/2017). Pointers had a very inexperienced but promising team. Four boys from Pointers school took part in the event: Stakhey & Evan in the Under 10 section and Max & David in the Under 8 section. Stakhey came 2nd in the Under 10 section, and Max came 2nd in the Under 8 section. As a […]

Join us for an Open Morning on Saturday 8th October 2016 from 10am – 1pm. Nursery – Year 1 37 Shooters Hill Road, SE3 7HS 0208 858 7977 Year 2 – 6 19 Stratheden Road, SE3 7TH 0208 293 1331

Dear Parents I am aware that some of you are having difficulties in obtaining the various items of school uniform from John Lewis.  I am reliably informed by John Lewis that these issues will be resolved as soon as their suppliers realise the consistent and high demand of our school.  For example, summer dresses for girls, I understand will not be available until January 2017.  Our own second hand uniform […]

One of the great success stories of the school is the school Chess Team. Their progress over the years has been spectacular , however , I would like to specifically mention this academic year (2015/2016). It has, in general, been a most successful season for the Pointers Chess team. In conclusion therefore, congratulations to all concerned and a big thanks to the parents  of our players for their support! In the […]

On Thursday 9th June, The Pointer School hosted its annual Public Speaking Contest at St John’s Church. As always, the contestants were awesome and spoke on topics that were highly engaging and thought provoking. Congratulations to Emily in 3B for her magnificent speech on her ‘Pet Fish’; she rightfully deserved to win the lower KS2 cup! Well done also to Alice  in 5K for her fabulous, confident and theatrical speech […]

Year 3 enjoyed a fantastic trip to Lullingstone Villa and Country Park this June.  The trip involved a self-guided tour of the Roman remains, searching for clues as to what it would have been like to live there in Roman Britain and who owned it, as well as a workshop on Settlements and the reasons for living in that beautiful area from Neolithic times onwards.  The children enjoyed making their […]