Our Vision

When our students leave St Philip’s School they will take with them a love of learning by having:

– the ability and desire to build on their knowledge and skills

– a strong set of practical, social and emotional life skills

– a sense of personal achievement

– a sense of personal pride in themselves, their school and their community

 

To achieve this we will:

– develop successful learners who are confident, inquisitive and independent

– create a culture of learning and discovery that is stimulating and enjoyable for both children and staff

– ensure that our staff work together expertly and enthusiastically to deliver our curriculum to the highest possible standard in a safe, caring and positive environment

 

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

Latest News

St Philips’s Primary School takes another huge step forward

St Philip’s School is delighted to report that plans to extend the age range to offer education to year 5 and 6 pupils with moderate learning difficulties has taken another huge step forward. The Treasury Committee at the Kingston Council …

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St Philip’s Primary proposal gets the go ahead!

A proposal to extend the age range to year 5 and year 6 at St Philip’s school has been approved by the Department for Education. The application was strongly supported by Orchard Hill College Academy Trust, Achieving for Children, St …

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Creating a Local Sensory Garden

Students from St Philip’s have been working with Chessington Community College and Ellingham Primary School on a project to create a sensory garden for Chessington school children with special educational needs. Chessington World of Adventures and Chessington Garden Centre have …

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Proposal to extend age range and expand overall numbers

What’s being proposed? Our proposal is for St Philip’s to grow downwards to educate children in Years 5 and 6 as well as from Years 7 through to 14. The proposed expansion in age-range and overall numbers would provide 16 …

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