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.

Year 2 finished our topic on explorers, Pole to Pole, by visiting the Maritime Museum. We played games on the Great Map, explored artefacts from around the world, compared Polar explorers’ outfits, and looked at portraits and models of Captain Cook and his ship, The Endeavour.  

We were very lucky to have  Embrace Psychology  in to lead our latest parent workshop. Demand was so high that we had to have two events! Dr Georgina Batten and Dr Tinisha Kennedy did an excellent interactive presentation that enabled our parents to enhance their knowledge and confidence in supporting their child to feel calmer, happier and become more resilient. The workshop covered: • What causes anxiety and keeps it going • How […]

The Pointer School competed in the Zonal Qualifying competition for the English Primary Schools Championships at Eltham College on Saturday 2nd February. For the first time we were pleased to be able to enter an U11 and U9 team. Both teams were successful in qualifying for the next stage which will be either a one-day event in Bristol or a two-day event at Camber Sands in May. The U-11 Team […]

On Friday 25th January our Year 3&4 girls travelled to King’s Rochester for a netball tournament with 8 other schools. For some of our girls, this was the first netball tournament that they had participated in, so the level of excitement was high. The girls battled through their games really valiantly, showing many moments of excellence and showcasing skills they had learnt at Netball training. At times they found it […]

On Wednesday 23rd January our talented Year 5&6 netball team travelled to Greenwich University to take part in a training session with the University team. The girls were put through their paces as Miss Riddoch set them drills that would push their skills to the limits. Advice was coming left, right and centre to our girls from the Greenwich University team. After the drills, the girls had the opportunity to […]

On a cold, wet Tuesday afternoon the Year 4 boys played their first home game against Blackheath Prep. Right from kick-off, Pointers took control and there were moments of individual excellence from the likes of Leonardo, Max, Etienne and Nahshon. The boys were close to scoring a few times but it was Nahshon that broke the deadlock.  Max, Antoni and William kept Blackheath Prep at bay with some excellent defending, […]