To mark the centenary the Balgowan School Buildings there will be a reunion evening on 9th July 2015…

Welcome to Balgowan Primary School

Be kind, work hard, make friends is the motto at Balgowan, and we encourage all our children to follow these guidelines in their daily school life.

Outdoor sport and play

Balgowan pupils participate in many sporting activities, both within the school and outside.

Creative curriculum and outdoor learning

Our creative curriculum includes lots of outdoor learning for Reception-aged pupils and those in Year 1 in our covered outdoor learning area.

Balgowan Eco school committee

Balgowan has recently been awarded the Green Flag!

Music and Arts

All pupils at Balgowan have the opportunity to learn musical instruments, including the steel pans.


Welcome to Balgowan Primary School

I would like to offer you and your family a very warm welcome to Balgowan Primary School and look forward to the opportunity of working in partnership with you during your child's time in school. Balgowan has high expectations and its ethos both encourages and promotes the best traditional values. Achieving high levels of literacy and numeracy for all our pupils continue to be key priorities for the school, but our commitment to encouraging them to be kind, work hard and make friends provides us with an important focus for developing the whole child.




The Centenary Summer Fair is fast approaching! The fair packs have all gone out by ParentMail with paper versions for those NOT on ParentMail. If you can’t print yours out, or didn’t receive it please let us know and we can get a paper version to you. Each class has a stall to cover, so

Balgowan Centenary Celebrations 2015


To mark the centenary the Balgowan School Buildings there will be a reunion evening for former adult pupils and staff on 9th July 2015. It would be fantastic if former pupils could send us their memories of their time at Balgowan, so they can be used on the school website and for a book of

Balgowan are CHAMPIONS!! Cross Country Update 2015

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On the 14th March 2015 Balgowan Primary School took part in the Bromley Primary Schools Cross Country’s annual event at Crystal Palace Park. It was a freezing cold, but sunny morning at Crystal Palace but the children turned out in their hundreds. After warming up the girls in years 3 and 4 set off at

PE Update 2015 – Hockey and Netball

A Team Finalists

Hockey This half term saw the Bromley Primary Schools Hockey Festival take place at Langley Park School. After a huge amount of children training and trialling, we were able to enter three teams (totalling 27 children!) into a very strong tournament consisting of 24 teams. ‘Balgowan Barracudas’ and ‘Balgowan Bulls’ were drawn in the same

PE and Sport premium 2014-15

The PE and sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils. To see a breakdown of how Balgowan Primary School have used this funding to improve the quality of PE across the school…

Music News for March


Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Fun! The children in Year 4 staged an extremely successful production of Treasure Island in the last week of the Spring term. They worked very hard to learn their lines (including pirate accents), song words and dances and looked superb in their costumes. Performances played to a full house, and comments from the audience included:

Book Week 2015


Our 2015 Balgowan Book Week was extremely successful and most enjoyable. Leigh Hobbs thrilled the younger children with his illustrations and each child enjoyed learning how to draw characters from his books. He told the children about wanting to be an artist from a very young age and explained how he had become a children’s

Science News

Over the past couple of months Science at Balgowan has resulted in a lot of excitement and success! The Blue Forest Tree House Competition In February KS1 and KS2 children took part in a Science competition organised by The Blue Forest Tree House company ( ) who specialise in luxury, bespoke tree houses across the

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