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Highfield Infant School
Highfield Drive, Shortlands, BR2 0RX, UK Bromley
+44 (0)208 464 7804

Highfield Infants' School

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Good Morning and Welcome to our school!

Highfield Infants' School, Shortlands, opened in 1972, and is situated in an attractive part of Bromley, a short distance from the Town Centre (see How To Find Us for our address and telephone number).

We are a popular, successful and over-subscribed school with the interests of the quality of children's learning experience as our paramount consideration.

Indoors we have well-equipped furnished classrooms, a networked information and communications technology (ICT) suite, interactive whiteboards, a children's reference library and a multi-purpose hall. 

The children enjoy a range of outdoor facilities too, including an attractive and well-maintained pond and wildlife area, a garden specially designed for its appeal to the spectrum of senses and plenty of mature trees. In the playgrounds there are wooden toy features and painted markings as well as small apparatus that children enjoy using. Additionally, one of the ways in which we link with the Junior School, whose grounds adjoin our own, is through usage of their playing fields for various activities throughout the year.

our school pond Pond Creatures!


Create a happy, caring, secure and challenging learning environment by providing a centre of excellence for the education of our children…

Our objectives are: 

  • To give all children the opportunity to achieve their full potential in literacy and numeracy
  • To equip our children with the technological skills necessary for the modern world
  • To develop aesthetic, creative, physical and investigative skills in the context of a broad, diverse and balanced curriculum
  • To promote opportunities to develop children’s spiritual, cultural, moral and social awareness
  • To facilitate effective and strong links between school, home and the wider community – recognising the role of parents as the first educators of their children and valuing the contribution they make to the life of the school
  • To maintain and develop close links with local nurseries and preschools in addition to Highfield Junior School
  • To foster self-discipline and a sense of responsibility, valuing politeness, honesty, tolerance, a caring for others and a positive attitude towards learning
  • To enable children to appreciate the multi-cultural society in which we live and develop respect for other races, religions and ways of life
  • To offer equality of opportunity to all our children, including the gifted and talented, those with special educational needs and those who find aspects of learning difficult
  • To foster an enthusiasm for lifelong learning


The curriculum offered is varied, balanced and in line with the National Curriculum. Click on any of the subjects listed below to obtain more details.

For specifics of the activities for this term for each of the year groups, please click the pictures below:

Summer Term 2007
1st half 2nd half

Reception Class Curriculum


Year 1 Curriculum

Year 1
Year 2 Curriculum

Year 2
Core Subjects:
Mathematics English
Reading Science
Information and Communications Technology
Foundation Subjects:
Art Music
History Religious Education
Geography Design Technology
Health Education Physical Education

To illustrate how all of these elements are brought together, here is an Example of a Year 2 Timetable


Respect other people and be kind

Respect property and look after things

Do as you are asked to do by any adult in school
Move around the school in a sensible way
Listen carefully to other people
Always tell the truth


Autumn Term 2007

Wednesday 5th September to Friday 21st December 2007
Half Term: Monday 22nd October to Friday 26th October 2007
Staff Training Days: 3rd-4th September 2007

Spring Term 2008

Tuesday 8th January to Friday 4th April 2008
Half Term: Monday 18th February to Friday 22nd February 2008
Staff Training Day: Monday 7th January 2008
Good Friday: Friday 21st March 2008
Easter Monday: Monday 24th March 2008

Summer Term 2008

Tuesday 22nd April to Tuesday 22nd July 2008
Half Term: Monday 26th May to Friday 30th May 2008
Staff Training Days: Monday 21st April and Wednesday 23rd July
Bank Holiday: Monday 5th May 2008

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