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Biggin Hill Infant School
Old Tye Avenue, Biggin Hill, TN16 3LY, UK Westerham
+44 (0)1959 572265

Biggin Hill Infant School

The School hours are as follows:

8.55am - 3.15pm (lunch 12.00 - 1.15pm)

Children should not be left on the premises before 8.45am as it is not possible to supervise them.

Excluding assemblies and breaktimes the school day allows twenty-one hours and forty minutes teaching time per week. The DFEE recommended minimum teaching time for Key Stage 1 is twenty-one hours.

Morning playtime is between 10.40 and 10.55
Whole school assembly from 2.15 to 2.30 (except Fridays)
Afternoon playtime between 2.30 and 2.45

On Fridays we hold assembly between 2.45 and 3.15 to celebrate the weeks achievements


Experience has shown that wearing school uniform helps to develop a sense of pride in the school and helps support the working atmosphere. We have an attractive and practical uniform which we think adds to a sense of identity. We hope that you will support the school in making sure that the children wear the correct uniform.

Uniform can be bought from the Friends school uniform shop, open in the main hall some Friday afternoons during term time. See notices posted in school for dates. Order forms can be found in the school lobby.

prices from:

Brown sweatshirt £10.00

Brown Pinafore dress £10.00

Brown skirt, button front: £7.50

Brown skirt, fully elasticated: £6.50

Yellow or white polo shirt £ 3.00

Cardigan £12.00

Yellow gingham dresses £ 10.50

Boys grey or brown trousers £ 9.00

Girls bootleg trousers £7.00


Shorts £ 4.00

P.E. bags £ 2.50

Yellow T-shirt with logo £ 4.50

Plimsolls (not available through school shop)

It is helpful if children wear clothes with which they themselves can cope when undressing for P.E. All articles of clothing should be clearly marked with the child's name. Orders for printed labels can be made through the school. We work together in making the children aware of a responsibility for their own property. Lost property is stored in box in the corridor. Items of uniform may be purchased from the 'Friends of Biggin Hill Infant School'

The above prices may be subject to revision.


We try to provide the children with an ever widening range of experiences, doing, discussing, taking part and sharing. We provide opportunities for activities outside the prescribed curriculum such as additional music tuition, FitZone (fitness club) and country dancing . Recently we have started a French club which is very popular and is held after school on three afternoons.


Children should arrive at school fit and well and refreshed by enough sleep to be ready for work and the busy day ahead. Your child's progress and development will benefit from your support in many ways. Below are a few ways that you can help them to get the most from school.

Include your child in conversations wherever possible

Take them on outings - discuss the days events

Encourage the child to mix with other children, possibly inviting a friend home for tea

Share the enjoyment of reading. Reading with your child and letting him/her read to you. Visit the local library and help your child select appropriate books

Encourage your child to participate in out of school activities such as Brownies, Beavers, swimming, dance or music activities

Show an interest in any work brought home from school, for example a drawing, painting, model etc. If the child sees that the work she/he brings home is valued by parents and teachers alike, motivation will increase and this can only help.


We aim for the highest achievements from children and to help with this teachers monitor each child closely. Teaching is geared individual needs as far possible. Work in classroom matched a's ability level, providing enough challenge them progress. Teacher assessment continuous process also use number of tests techniques diagnose potential assist planning appropriate child. carry out 'baseline their first half term us. identify language difficulties strengths early possible NFER MIST (Middle Infant Screening Tests) fourth at school.. Year 2 take statutory end Key Stage One known SATs Summer Term. >

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