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Normandy Primary School
Fairford Avenue, Barnehurst, DA7 6QP, UK Bexleyheath
+44 (0)1322 333998

Welcome to Normandy Primary School

School sign

Normandy Primary School is a very large school of about 500 children aged 3+ to 11.

   The school badge was designed by a former pupil, Claire Handley in 1993. It brings a forward thinking and wider aspect to the education that we offer to our pupils as we arrive in the 21st century.

   The motto "E.I.G.A.S" means "Everyone Is Good At Something" and underpins the philosophy of the mission of the school.


The National Curriculum is organized as follows:-

  • The Nursery and Year R are the Foundation Stage.
  • The Years 1 & 2 are Key Stage 1 (KS1)
  • The Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 are Key Stage 2 (KS2)


A History

   Please click on a Year Group to continue

A Nursery class is part of the school.
The first year of school is known as Reception Year R aged 4-5 years
After that it runs as follows:-  
Year 1 aged 5 - 6 years
Year 2 aged 6 - 7 years
Year 3 aged 7 - 8 years
Year 4 aged 8 - 9 years
Year 5 aged 9 - 10 years
Year 6 aged 10 - 11 years
Transfer to KS3 (Secondary School)


Activities take place in the lunch hour or after school. If children take part in after school clubs parents are required to give written permission and forms will be sent home as the occasion arise.

Currently we offer:
Breakfast Club
Lunch Time Clubs
After School Care Club
After School Clubs


The wearing of school uniform contributes to a sense of belonging and pride in our school. We expect all children to wear uniform and look smart (this includes shirts, T-shirts being tucked in).
   Sew on badges for jumpers are available from the school office. Other items such as sweatshirts, cardigans & T-shirts can be ordered by obtaining an order form from the school office.

   Uniform consists of:-

for the girls
Red cardigan or jumper.
Grey skirt/pinafore dress.
White blouse.
Black or grey trousers maybe worn by girls
(not tight leggings).
Black shoes
In Summer:-
Red cardigan or jumper.
Red/white checked dress or grey skirt with school T-shirt.
Red or white T-shirt.
Red, white, black or grey shorts without motifs.
for the boys
Red jumper
Grey trousers/shorts.
White shirt.
In Summer:-
Red jumper.
White shirt with school tie or school T-shirt.
Grey trousers.
Red or white T-shirt.
Red, white, black or grey shorts without motifs.
Black shoes

   Parents are asked to note that popular track suits/sweatshirts advertising specific logos (Reebok, Adidas, Fila, Umbro, Puma etc) are not school uniform and may only be used for outdoor PE in the Winter.

   Parents are asked to ensure their children wear suitable and sensible footwear. Girls in particular should not wear high heeled shoes/boots or sandals.

   We ask parents to ensure their children take a pride in their appearance. To ‘look smart’.

   PLEASE ENSURE ALL CLOTHING IS NAMED - There will be a name check at the beginning of each term.

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