Welcome to Balgowan Primary School
Balgowan is a very friendly, high achieving and heavily oversubscribed academy in Beckenham. There are 678 pupils taught in 22 classes. The academy follows a creative curriculum which is designed to engage and excite all the children whilst also ensuring the acquisition of key readings, writing and mathematical skills…
We are holding open mornings for parents/carers of children born between 1st September 2011 and 31st August 2012 for admission to Reception in September 2016. At each session our Headteacher, Mr. Neil Harvey, will address parents/carers in the main hall and there will then be an opportunity for a tour around the school…
The PTA AGM meeting will be held next Monday 21 Sept at 7.30pm (end 9pm) to discuss ways to spend funding and events to host for this coming year.
In order to continue running as a charity the PTA needs a new group of people to form the core committee.
Positions available: Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary,Treasurer, Fair organiser. Could that be you?
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
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
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
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
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…
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: