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Patcham Infant School
Highview Avenue South, Patcham, BN1 8WW, UK Brighton
+44 (0)1273 509766

Welcome to Our Homepage!

Patcham Infant School is a Brighton and Hove day school for children of 3+ to 7. We currently have 270 children on roll in the main school and 50 part-time places in the Nursery. The school is co-educational.

The Headteacher is Mrs. Mary Chambers and the Chair of Governors is Mrs Sarah Fitzjohn-Scott

Our address is the following:

Highview Avenue South




Click here for a map

Download our inspection report (file is in Adobe PDF format).


Our vision is to create an environment in which every child and adult develops their potential. Our school will be a place where enjoyment and achievement go hand in hand. We will create a calm, safe and encouraging setting in which young children can flourish, confident that they are valued. Everyone will be respectful and considerate, valuing the differences of ability, race, religion and gender. Children and adults will be encouraged to make a positive contribution to the school and the wider community, taking responsibility for their own actions. We will provide a holistic education with learning opportunities to develop the moral, social, spiritual, creative and intellectual aspects of every individual. Our curriculum will promote a healthy lifestyle using resources both within the school and its grounds to maximise opportunities for everyone. Through our use of ICT across the curriculum and throughout the school we will promote a computer literate and technological community. Working in co-operation with parents we will provide the best possible start to school life for all our children, enabling them to become healthy, confident, caring and successful members of society in the future.

Working in partnership with parents we strive to fulfill our vision through the following aims:

•  To create a happy, stimulating, well-organized learning environment, for all members of our school community.

•  To promote self-discipline and consideration for the well being of others.

•  To develop a sense of pride in caring for our surroundings.

•  To ensure that every child learns to read and write with competency and enjoyment, to achieve Level 2 or above in Key Stage 1 English S.A.Ts. before the end of Year Two.

•  To provide all pupils with the basic mathematical concepts, so that they have the ability to find solutions to problems and gain enjoyment from doing so. Every child should achieve Level 2 or above in Key Stage1 Maths S.A.Ts. by the end of Year Two.

•  To encourage the ability to communicate effectively with others, in spoken English and develop good listening habits.

•  To promote the growth of moral and spiritual awareness and an empathy with people whose beliefs differ from our own.

•  To develop scientific understanding and fostering curiosity.

•  To provide experiences in ICT, which will equip every child and member of staff with the necessary skills that are required in the ever-changing world of technology.

•  To encourage aesthetic appreciation and stimulate imaginative creativity in art, music, dance and drama.

•  To establish an understanding of the need for and enjoyment of physical exercise.

•  To awaken an awareness of the world around us in historical and geographical terms.


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Latest News October 2007

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Latest News October 2007

Year 2:

Latest News October 2007


Thanks to the hard work of the parent fundraising team we have been able to commission Rebecca Penketh to work with the children of Years One and Two in producing mosaics for our Sensory Garden.

On Monday 26th June we officially opened the Sensory Garden. Rebecca performed the ceremony and cut the ribbon with a flourish. Representatives

from the Parent Group joined Year One and Two children for this special occasion.

We are currently fund rasing to buy topic books for all classes.

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