Hurst Road, Bexley, Kent DA5 3JR
tel: 01322 527981
Thank you for visiting our website. We are a popular, happy, Anglican Christian Primary School which has the highest aspirations for all the children. Our community is unique with a "family" feel that nurtures and cares for everyone who is part of it. Love God, Love Each Other, Love Learning is the focus of our school and we are dedicated to ensuring that all children are inspired every day to reach their full potential. Our staff are enthusiastic and committed to making sure everyone feels valued, respected and safe.
We are proud to be part of the Amadeus Primary Academy Trust and work closely with the other schools in the Trust to provide limitless learning for all.
Mrs Jill Ivil, Head Teacher
Dates for your diary 2019:
Tools for Parents:
Fri 26 April - Pupils invited to wear red, white and blue or Rainbow/Brownie/Cubs/Scout uniform to celebrate St George's Day
Wed 1 May - Class photographs
Mon 6 May - School closed: May Bank Holiday
Tue 7 May - PTA Bake Off
Thu 23 May - School closed: Polling Day
Fri 24 May - School closed: Staff Training Day
27-31 May - Half Term
The Worship theme this week is Jesus is Alive!
Ten pupils from year 6 represented Old Bexley at a Handball Festival on 3 April. The pupils first took part in a coaching session and then had the opportunity to put their new skills to practice in 3 matches. The team won all 3 of their matches and thoroughly enjoyed the Festival even though they got caught in the hailstorm! Well done to Carleigh, Sophie, Freya, Cherry, Freddie, Archie, Phoenix, Niall, Aaron and Josh.
As winners of the Bexley Borough Quicksticks Hockey tournament in October, Old Bexley qualified to represent the Borough in the London Youth Games on 28 March. Playing against the other 32 London Borough winners, the standard of hockey was amazingly high and Old Bexley rose to the challenge. We won our first group winning all 3 games (7-1, 5-0 and 8-3) and thereby qualifing for the second group stage where we also won our group. This meant we made it through to the quarter final where we then won 13-1, and made it through to the semi final. Unfortunately our luck then ran out as we lost 8-3 in the semi final and 8-5 in the Bronze play off thereby finishing 4th in London - a great achievement.
The squad of Lottie, Betty, Maddie, Sam, Freddie and Albert were awesome all day and represented the school and the Borough to the highest standards both on and off the pitch - well done!