Respect – Care – Aspire
Falconbrook is a happy and caring school with a strong sense of community. We enjoy working, learning and celebrating together.
The children at Falconbrook are a delight. The staff team are dedicated and committed to providing our pupils with the best educational opportunities possible.
We are an aspirational school and have high expectations for both the education and behaviour of all of our pupils. We strive for excellence for all members of our school community.
Our vision for Falconbrook is to provide a caring, safe and inclusive environment which supports creativity and encourages the aspirations of our children and our community.
Visitors and new parents are welcome to come to visit us and have a tour of the school at one of our open mornings. These are held on the first Thursday of the month. Please phone the school office to book a place. I look forward to meeting you.
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Make practising number work fun, when possible present it like a game, and always do it together. e.g count the number of cars, or front doors or lamp posts that you and your child see on the way.
Make practising number work fun, when possible present it like a game, and always do it together. E.g With your child put together group of objects and count them (touching each object as you both count). Tell your child to take away a certain number of objects from the group. Then ask them to count how many objects are left.
Make practising number work fun, when possible present it like a game, and always do it together. E.g Children recognise multiplication as being the same as repeated addition; making links with counting in 2s, 5s and 10s. How many… eyes, fingers and toes are there?
Make practising number work fun, when possible present it like a game, and always do it together. E.g Children physically share items into equal groups as practical activities. If we share 10 cherries between 5 children, how many will each child get?
Spring Term 19/20
Spring Term – Half Term
Last Day for children 13th Feb 2020
Return 24th Feb 2020
Last Day 3rd April 2020
INSET day 14 Feb
Term starts 20th April 2020
Summer Term – Half Term
Last Day 22nd May 2020
Return 1st June 2020
Last Day for children 19th July 2pm
INSET days 20-21 July
Address:Falconbrook Primary School
Telephone:020 7228 7706
Fax:020 7228 0803
Deputy HeadSarah Pieniek-Jones
Chair of GovernorsSteven Jones
Business ManagerKate Anthony