Mike Mullen - UK BMX Champion
Our value for this term is Integrity - Doing the right thing even when no one is watching.
Dates for your Diary
INSET DAY Friday 17th June Children not to attend school
Monday 4th July Reception Open Afternoon for parents and children starting in Reception in September 2016. From 2.00-3.00pm
Friday 8th July Sports Fair after school
Friday 8th July Years 5&6 Summer Sports morning, weather permitting (reserve date Monday 11th July)
Friday 8th July Nursery Fun Activities – am and pm
Monday 11th July Eid celebration afternoon
Tuesday 12th July Year 1&2 Summer Sports Morning (reserve date Wednesday 13th July)
Tuesday 12th July Open Morning and Afternoon for children and parents/carers of children starting in Nursery in September 2016
Thursday 14th July Reception Fun Sports Morning, weather permitting (reserve date Tuesday 19th July)
Friday 15th July Years 3&4 Summer Sports morning, weather permitting (reserve date Monday 18th July)
Friday 15th July Open Afternoon for reception parents/carers to find out about the transition to Year 1 at 2.45pm
Monday 18th July Year 6 Leavers’ Assembly at 2.00pm Year 6 Leavers’ Party from 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Tuesday 19th July last day of term
Welcome to Broadwater Primary
Broadwater is a two form entry Primary School occupying an impressive Edwardian building in Tooting - a vibrant multi-cultural area of south London.
The school has a large playing field, a recently refurbished ball court and a learner swimming pool. There is also a large playground and a separate Early Years' Unit with its own enclosed playgrounds for Nursery and Reception children.
Our vision for Broadwater Primary School is to be a school where:
- All pupils aspire to achieve and excel in all areas of their learning
- Pupils are well rounded individuals, confident, courteous, self-reliant and successful
- Our inclusive community makes all feel welcome, valued and supported, whatever their background or circumstances
- We are outstanding, providing a purposeful, exciting, fun, well-resourced environment where every member of the community can say "I'm proud of this school".
This vision is underpinned by the following six core values: Respect, Achievement, Resilience, Aspiration, Empathy, Integrity.
At Broadwater we uphold and teach pupils about British Values which are defined as: democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect, tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs.
To find out more about how we uphold and teach British Values click here.
"The school is a welcoming, harmonious, multi-cultural community, where the pupil's behaviour and their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development are good. Community cohesion is promoted well and the highly inclusive and positive atmosphere for learning is a key feature of this school's success."
OFSTED November 2010