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We are very proud of our school, our pupils and all that they achieve. Perry Hall is a friendly and exciting place to learn, where children feel safe and happy, able to grow in confidence and develop their independence.

 

We encourage all of our pupils to work together and learn to respect one another as part of our school community. Parents and school create a strong partnership for the benefit of every child. 
This prospectus is designed to give you an insight into Perry Hall and capture a sense of our school. We encourage you to visit so that you can see for yourself what Perry Hall can offer your child.

 

At Perry Hall children are encouraged to adopt healthy lifestyles. We have achieved the Healthy Schools and Activemark awards. Lots of our children are involved in sport, music and creative activities through a wide range of clubs.

 

Our "Fruitie Tutie" club provides before and after school care, where busy parents can leave their children confident in the knowledge that they will be safe and happy.

 

Part of our school grounds have been developed into a wildlife area. Here children learn about their environment and the wider world, and how they can make a difference through conservation, sustainability and recycling.

 

Children at Perry Hall have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument, taught by specialist teachers from Bromley Youth Music Trust. There are many occasions for them to enjoy music through orchestra, choir, school performances and class assemblies. Instruments from around the world are showcased in demonstrations and workshops, widening our children’s musical horizons.

 

Through our School Council, the children learn about citizenship, decision-making, rights and responsibilities. By participating in elections and representing their classes, they begin to understand the way democracy works. The School Council has made decisions about school lunches, ways to improve the playground and refurbishment of the toilets. School Councillors "feel their views are valued," (Ofsted).

 

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