Learning German at JKPS
- If it’s about your child, you should speak to the class teacher in the first instance, the Head or a member of the senior leadership team;
- If it’s about a staff member or any other member of the school community, please speak to the Head.
We take allegations of bullying very seriously and any incidents are dealt with appropriately and with speed. If you are concerned about your child please speak to the Head of School and please never approach a child or another parent about such a matter.
Communicating with members of the school
School opening times & additional provision
If you work for a company that is able to sponsor or donate to the school please email the office about helping with fundraising.
We also hold various events and special weeks throughout the year, with focuses across the curriculum and advertise opportunities for involvement in our weekly Head of School newsletter.
Reception children will then have a staggered start in September, having 2-3 half days and then starting full-time. Where parents and teachers have concerns about the child’s emotional wellbeing or agree the child should be on a part-time timetable, this will be discussed and approved by the Head. This is rarely necessary.
Year 6 children will be prepared for secondary school through our PSHE programme, secondary-style lessons and homework. The children will also have various sessions about safe independent travel, what to do in emergencies and various types of bullying.
Our pupils go on to a wide variety of secondary schools in Southwark, Lambeth, and further afield, as well as obtaining places at private schools.