Lockdown Photo Project

During lockdown 2021 all the children took part in a photo project. They had to send in a photo that represented their time in lockdown as well as one of the following words: Belonging Resilience Independence Determination Gratitude Empathy Selflessness Thank…

March 8th – All Pupils Return To School

Dear Parents and Carers, We hope you and your families are all well and keeping safe. Last night the Government confirmed that schools will reopen for all pupils on Monday 8th March 2021. So what does that mean for you? School…

THANK YOU!

Dear Parents We have now completed our fifth week of lockdown and home learning and I know we are all feeling the strain. Many of you are having to juggle working from home alongside supporting your children to complete all the work that…

Delayed start to the new term January 2021

Dear Parents Many of you may have heard the Government announcement yesterday that primary schools, in some areas where the COVID infection rate is extremely high, will not be returning as originally planned on Tuesday 5th January. This applies…

Christmas Shows

Dear Parents This year, due to the current restrictions, you were unable to come into school and watch your children perform in their Christmas Shows. We wanted to make sure that all the children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 didn't miss…

COVID update

Safe wearing and removal of face coverings Due to the rise in COVID cases across London we are now asking all parents to wear a face covering when you drop off and collect your child from school. If your child is wearing a face covering…

Returning to School

Welcome back to all our staff, pupils and families. We are excited to have you all back in school and are looking forward to a great year. We understand that some of you may be feeling anxious. Please go to our Home Learning page for some information…

Black Lives Matter

On the 25th May 2020 we watched in horror as George Floyd was unlawfully murdered in Minneapolis USA. This is not an isolated case and this is not just happening in America. People around the world have taken to the streets in protest and come…

Coronavirus update letter 11th May

Dear Parents and Carers, We hope you and your families are all well and keeping safe. The Prime Minister announced in his Covid-19 update last night that schools may be in a position from the 1st June to begin a phased return for the…

Home Learning

We hope you are all staying safe during lockdown and we are missing you all very much. Please go to our home learning page for access to our home learning pages for each year group. You can also find all the Twitter handles too. &n…

Coronavirus Advice

We are currently following public health advice issued to education settings. They state that the risk to individuals remains low (guidance as of 23.2.2020.) Link to advice: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-for-schools-and-other-educational-settings We…

Year 4 assembly

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Snowsfields is a School for Success for a second year in a row!

Outstanding achievements of Snowsfields Primary School recognised by the Mayor of London The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has celebrated the outstanding performance of Snowsfields Primary School in Southwark with an awards ceremony. Snowsfields…

Consultation – Robert Browning to join The Bridges Federation

For the last 12 months we have been working in partnership with Robert Browning Primary School as part of a soft federation. We are now consulting all staff, parents and children about whether Robert Browning should join us in a hard federation. Please…

Year 5 Make a SPLASH!!!!!

On Tuesday 16th July, after many weeks of tireless rehearsals, Year 5 at Snowsfields and Tower Bridge, and Year 3 and 4 from Robert Browning performed wonderful songs and dances at Southwark Splash. Southwark Splash is a wonderful experience…

Tower Bridge helping to reduce air pollution

Laura Neuveglise, Deputy Headteacher, has been working with pupils and the council and secured funding to install a green screen along the boundary with Tower Bridge Road. Pupils at Tower Bridge Primary School kicked off the campaign with…

The Kid Who Would Be King!

Old school magic meets the modern world in the epic adventure THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING. Alex (Ashbourne Serkis) thinks he’s just another nobody, until he stumbles upon the mythical Sword in the Stone, Excalibur. Now, he must unite his friends…

Christmas in London Bridge arrives with a festive flourish

On November 29th Team London Bridge hosted the annual London Bridge Christmas Carols and Lantern Parade, marking the start of Christmas in the area. The event was in collaboration with longstanding partners London Bridge City, Potters Fields Park…