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Mead Road Infant School
Mead Road, BR7 6AD, UK Chislehurst
+44 (0)208 467 1730

Mead Road Infant School  

Our motto at Mead Road is 

'Small enough for everyone to count'. 

With a maximum of just 90 children we can provide an ideal environment for those crucial early years of your child's education.


Our objectives are:

·        To foster an enthusiasm for lifelong learning and to develop a positive self-esteem.

·        To give all children the opportunity to achieve their full potential in literacy and numeracy

·        To encourage children to be independent learners, to think for themselves, be adaptable and considerate of the needs of others.

·        To equip our children with the technological skills necessary for the modern world

·        To develop aesthetic, creative, physical and investigative skills necessary for spiritual, cultural, moral and social awareness.

·        To offer equality of opportunity to all our pupils, including gifted and talented children, those with special educational needs and those who find learning difficult

·        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 facilitate effective and strong links between school, home and the wider community.


Mead Road is a small school for children aged rising 5 to 7. There is just one class for each year group, so we are able to get to know not just our children but their families as well.

We pride ourselves on being able to provide a centre of excellence for early years education, in a caring, secure environment, where each child can attain his/her personal best.

Class Name    Teacher    Year Group Age
Robins Miss Bird Reception 4-5  
Owls Mr Van-Es     Year One  5-6
Toucans Mrs Cooper Year Two 6-7


We offer a range of educational extra curricular activities.

Monday 3 - 4pm Basketball 
Tuesday 3 - 4pm Short Tennis
Wednesday 3 - 3.30pm French for Toucans and Owls
Thursday 3 - 4pm Computer Xplorers
Thursday 3.10 - 4.10pm Shimmi Shake Dance
Saturday 9.30 - 10.30 Football


At Mead Road School we strongly encourage all children to take a pride in wearing their school uniform as it encourages a sense of identity and belonging. We believe that it also helps foster pride in personal appearance and pride in the school. We ask for your co-operation over uniform, especially concerning footwear and jewellery, as this can be a real health and safety issue. The school colours are maroon, grey and white.

Sweatshirts and T-shirts

Mead Road sweatshirts, jumpers, polo-neck shirts and cardigans are available from the National Schoolwear Centre, 51, High Street, Bromley. (020 8460 0032). Ties are available but are optional.

Outdoor wear: Fleeces and Raincoats

Mead Road fleeces and raincoats are available from the PTA.


Shoes should be black, grey, navy or maroon. We ask that both boys and girls wear sensible velcro, buckle, slip-on or lace-up shoes. Children need to be able to do up their own shoes, if possible. Trainers, jelly shoes, high heeled or platform shoes, slingback or open-toed shoes are not suitable for wearing to school. Socks and tights should be white, grey or black.

PE Kit

P.E. kit consists of navy or white shorts, Mead Road T-shirt and plimsolls.

Hair accessories should be of a simple and functional design and in school colours. Long hair must be tied back during PE lessons.  

 Children should not wear make-up, nail varnish or jewellery to school. 

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