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Welcome to our school's website

We hope that you will find the website informative and that it will provide you with a flavour of Sherwood Park Primary School, our ethos and our values. We are continually updating and developing the website to make it more interactive and have recently opened a school Facebook page and Twitter account to share the work and activities that the children complete in school. Follow us @SherwoodPBexley

Visits to see 'our school in action' are warmly welcomed. Tours of the school will take place on Tuesday mornings from September 2021. Please ring the school office to book a place on a tour and meet our new Headteacher. In the meantime, please watch our virtual tour on the admissions page and if you have further questions please ring the main office to speak to a member of the school's senior leadership team.

Tours of the school for prospective parents of Nursery and Reception children starting in September 2022 will be taking place every Tuesday morning. Please contact the school office for more information and to book your place.
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Safeguarding Team

Sherwood Park is strongly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and those within our local community to share this commitment. The Child Protection Designated Safeguarding lead for Sherwood Park is Mr Ashley Quayle (Deputy Headteacher). The Deputy Designated Leads are Miss Natasha Trayers (Head Teacher), Miss Jennie Trevillion (Assistant Head Teacher), Mr Andy Reddy (Assistant Head Teacher) and Miss Lauren Irwin (SENCO). Mrs Jill Hawley (Office Manager) is a member of the safeguarding team. Our chair of governors, Mrs Natalie Willbourn, is the designated governor for safeguarding. For additional information relating to Safeguarding within London Borough of Bexley please refer to the following website: www.bexleylscb.org.uk

Music Mark

We are excited to share with you that Sherwood Park Primary School has become a Music Mark School in recognition of our commitment to provide high quality music provision and because of the value we place on music education as part of a broad and balanced curriculum. We are so proud of this and want to say a big well done to our children and to Mrs Morley our music teacher who have all worked really hard to achieve this.


Emotional Wellbeing And Mental Health

Children's emotional wellbeing and mental health is a very important aspect of their happiness at school. Several members of the teaching staff have trained to be Mental Health First Aiders.

Miss Irwin, Mrs Olenka, Mrs Thompson, Miss Dunstane and Miss Trayers can all support children with their emotional wellbeing in school. 

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  • Important
    30 September 2021
    Mayor's Christmas card competition
    Please find instructions for entering the Mayor's Christmas Card competition attached.
  • Important
    30 September 2021
    Charlton FC Holiday Camp
    Please see attached flyer for Charlton Athletic Holiday Camps. Thank you
  • Important
    30 September 2021
    Nut Allergies
    Dear Parent and Carers, Just a reminder we that have children with nut allergies at school so please ensure that no nuts or nut products are in packed lunches or snacks coming from home. Thank you
  • Important
    30 September 2021
    Free courses at LECB
    Please see the attached leaflets for details of some courses run by LECB
  • Important
    29 September 2021
    Flu vaccination
    Dear Parents and Carers, Please find attached a letter and leaflet from PH Bexley about flu vaccinations. Regards, Admin
  • Important
    15 September 2021
    Irish Dancing Classes
    Dear Parents and Carers, We are very excited that the Irish Dancing Classes start on Thursday from 3.20-4.20pm. Ramilies gate will be opened at 4.15pm so that you can gather at the Hall door ready to collect your child at 4.20pm. The children can wear leggings or shorts and a t-shirt and plimsolls to the classes. There are still some places available for this half term. £20 for 6 classes, pay on ParentPay. Remember to bring a water bottle. Any questions, please contact the school office for further information. Thank you.
  • Important
    14 September 2021
    Parking in and near school
    Dear Parents and Carers, Can we again remind parents and carers not to park over local residents' driveways at the start and end of the school day. Some of these residents have medical appointments at these times and are also taking their children to and from school. We encourage our school community not to park on Sherwood Park Avenue or Ramilies Road and use other streets where there is more available parking and have a short walk to school. Thank you Mr Ashley Quayle
  • Important
    14 September 2021
    GDPR-Privacy Notices for Parents and Pupils
    Dear Parents and Carers, Please see attached our Privacy Notice for Parents and Pupils. These notices explains how and why we store personal information about pupils and parents/carers. Thank you
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    14 September 2021
    After School Clubs
    After school clubs begin this week and just to confirm that collection will be from Sherwood Park Avenue gates at 4.15pm for those children attending. We will be maintaining our rule of parents and carers being unable to stay at school to watch these clubs at present. This will be reviewed in January 2022. Thank you
  • Important
    6 September 2021
    Covid 19
    Dear Parents/Carers, Please read the attached letter about Covid 19. Many thanks.
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Rights Respecting School - Bronze Award

Congratulations to Mrs Olenka and the School Council, Sherwood Park Primary School has now achieved the UNICEF Rights Respecting School, Bronze Award. Well done to everyone for their hard work. Keep watching out for further information and 'rights respecting' assemblies as they work towards achieving the Silver award in 2021-2022. 


The Penhill Trust

Sherwood Park is proud to be a member of The Penhill Trust. As part of this partnership our children have automatic right of admission to Hurstmere Boys School and Blackfen Girls School, the non-selective secondaries within the trust. For more information on The Penhill Trust, please look under the 'About Us' tab.

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