Despite our school being closed, we are committed to helping our families where we can. As newly appointed Head Teacher, Mrs Sue Twaites would love to get to know as many people as possible. If you have any questions for her, please email the school office. An introductory letter from her is on the Head Teacher's welcome page on this website.
To help parents in these difficult times, learning opportunities will be posted in the Home Learning section of the website every Monday.
If any parents have any questions related to learning at home please email the following address:
Welcome to KHCPS
To be a joyful,creative school
To promote a love of learning
To provide a safe environment
To make our school a caring place for all
To encourage everyone to be respectful
Click on our Happy Video
Please read our Attendance Policy.
Please look at Curriculum - Music for photographs from our music event.
The weekly dinner menus can be found under the 'Key Information' by pressing this button
If there is a resource or information you would like to see on the website, please let us know!
Why Choose Us?
“This is a good school that nurtures pupils’ good personal and academic achievements.”
"...pupils feel safe and well looked after. The words of one pupil sum up the views of many,
'School is like my second home.' "
Please see our calendar below for updates.
EYFS: Early Years Foundation Stage (known as ‘Reception’ in our school)
KS1: Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2)
KS2: Key Stage 2 (Years 3, 4 and 5)
Ofsted November 2016:
* Misconceptions are addressed immediately and pupils quickly respond to their work with renewed enthusiasm and clarity.
* We are 'tenacious' and 'vigilant' in keeping children safe.
*Pupils say our school is 'fabulous and amazing'.
*Parents say that their children are happy and safe and enjoy coming to school. One said, 'I cannot praise the school enough for all the teaching and nurturing of my children.'
* (Children) respond well and are eager to progress to the next challenge.
* (We have implemented) rigorous Pupil Progress meetings.
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Would you like to train to qualify as a teacher? If you already have a degree, KHCPS could offer you the opportunity of training at our school as we are a lead school within the North East London Teaching Alliance (NELTA). Please click on the NELTA logo above then speak with Ms McKay for more information. Teaching really is the best job in the world!