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Rangefield Primary School
Glenbow Road, Downham, BR1 4RP, UK Bromley
+44 (0)208 698 3112

Rangefield Primary School


You may be a parent, carer, pupil or Governor who wants to have a look at our latest development or you may be newly moved into the area and are looking for a suitable school for your child. Whatever your reason we hope you find the information on this site of use to you. This site was established Spring 2003 very much with parents in mind.

We are keen to promote good contact between parents, carers and the school so please feel free to make an appointment to see your child's teacher via the office. Alternatively, you can contact us via email at ...or just drop a message in at the office!

Mrs K Barr
Acting Headteacher


Map (Not To Scale)

We are situated on Glenbow Road near the border between the London Borough of Bromley and the London Borough of Lewisham.

Bus routes that run near to Rangefield Primary School are the 136, 138 and the 208 services.

Nearest train stations are Beckenham Hill, Ravensbourne and Grove Park but all of which are approximately 1 mile from the school.

The map on the left is not to scale.



The curriculum in its widest sense comprising all the learning opportunities offered by educational establishments. Learning happens formally and informally, inside and outside schools and is affected by relationships with family and friends, the demands of society and local conditions.

The National Curriculum is defined by the Education Reform Act 1988 and the Revised Orders 1999.

Religious education and sex education also form part of the statutory curriculum.


It is the aim of Lewisham Education that the curriculum for all pupils should:

  • promote spiritual, moral, social, cultural, emotional, intellectual and physical development;

  • prepare pupils for the responsibilities, demands and opportunities of modern life;

  • be appropriate to the needs, attainments and aptitudes of all individuals;

  • develop knowledge, skills, concepts and attitudes in ways which are relevant to the needs of individuals and the communities in which they live;

  • ensure equality of access and quality of outcome;

  • reflect and celebrate the cultural and ethnic diversity of Lewisham’s community;

  • combat all forms of discrimination.

All Lewisham pupils are entitled to a curriculum which will develop their ability to:

  • become active and independent pupils;

  • maximise their progress and pursue lifelong learning;

  • develop an intellectual curiosity about the physical, social and artistic world in which we live;

  • apply their knowledge and skills to the process of solving problems;

  • promote their own physical and mental well-being and pursue a healthy lifestyle;

  • develop confidence in and reliance on their own abilities;

  • develop the ability to make choices, take decisions, and undertake initiatives.

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