We are seeking an experienced senior leader in the primary sector; you will have a strong track record in leadership and core learning. Capable of interpreting, developing and implementing the BPET education vision, your excellent communications skills will be vital in promoting the school to the community and delivering a high standard of education through a broad and balanced curriculum.
Dear Parents, Carers, Community Groups and Partners who attend Kilburn Grange School,
We hope you are all staying safe and keeping healthy. We know that this can be a challenging time for all us. Following Government guidelines, Kilburn Grange School is still opened to children who primary carers are key workers and those children who have an EHCP plan, Child Protection/Child in Need Plan. We have a duty as a school to continue to offer provision for these children. This provision will be different to the daily teaching and learning we normally conduct as a school. The vast majority of our children will be engaging with home learning as provided by their class teachers.
We continue to
communicate directly with you but we also wanted to reiterate and bring to your
mind that all the key status updates and relevant links regarding COVID-19 are
available on our Trust website. This was a ‘latest news post’ and has now
been upgraded to a NEWS page which you can reach directly from here.
This will continue to be updated, throughout the Coronavirus.
On Tuesday 11th March, some children were selected to take part in an extra enrichment group to play football alongside the other schools is our trust (Bellevue Place Education Trust). The children did amazing with the tournament and came in fourth place! Coach Jim from Rutherford said “The team were so well behaved, played with great spirit and were a credit to KGS.”
Francine and Tracy went a month of eating no sugar. They had amazing will power of eating no treats or chocolates! They did such an amazing job of raising over £400 for Cancer Research. Check out the amazing stuff Cancer Research is doing to raise awareness and well needed funds for affected people. Click on the link below for more information
Kilburn Grange had so much fun dressing up as their favorite book characters for World Book Day. All the children also had a special work shop where a story telling came in and talked to the children about how to be story tellers.
As part of Year 1 super starter for ‘Unique U.K’, the adults retold the story of ‘Room on the Broom’. The children enjoyed watching the story come to life and were able to take part in the interactive story telling! They all did a fantastic!