Pupil Voice

PUPIL VOICE

At Pickhurst, children experience the best of everything and create ever-lasting memories. They lose themselves in a wave of caring and informative staff as well as friendly pupils.  They benefit from marvellous, state of the art facilities such as spacious, airy classrooms, extensive, leafy grounds, two adventure playgrounds, innovative sporting equipment and the latest information technology (IPads and laptops) to further their education.

Pupils take advantage of the fantastic opportunities available to them at Pickhurst such as trips abroad, fun-filled forest school, an array of extra-curricular sporting and academic clubs which offer something for everyone and educational (yet exciting) day trips.  They even get the opportunity to play the ukulele!  Aspiring actors and singers have the opportunity to shine in various school productions throughout the year performing at well-known venues such as The O², Fairfield Halls, Croydon and The Churchill Theatre, Bromley.  The Pickhurst Choir regularly performs at local churches during the festive season, an event which is appreciated by all of the community.  Sport plays a large part in Pickhurst life and there are always opportunities to try out for various teams such as football (including girls’ football), netball and hockey.

School is, of course, for learning and at Pickhurst you will learn all that you need to know from knowledgeable staff who maximise every child’s potential.  Learning environments are well-resourced, keeping children focused and on task.  At Pickhurst, no one gets left behind in lessons.

After reading all that our amazing Pickhurst has to offer, we feel sure that you will no longer have any lingering doubts.  Come and join us today, create your own life-long memories and become part of the Pickhurst Way of Life!

Head Girl and Head Boy.

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Pupil Parliament:

Mr Rampton and Mr Siggs interviewed children who had been recommended to represent the school as Head Boy and Head Girl and their Deputies.  Their roles are to promote the Golden Rules, act as good role models and promote good behaviour.  Senior Prefects are also chosen to support the Head Boy and Head Girl.
Each member of the ‘Pupil Parliament’ will also be appointed as a ‘Minister’ of a subject from the National Curriculum. The Ministers will support the adult Subject Leaders to develop new ideas and initiatives within their subject areas. 

School council representatives for each class are voted for through a democratic process.  They have a say in how the school can be improved and meet regularly with Mr Siggs, Deputy Head Teacher.

For 2017-18:
Head Boy: James F (Minister of P4C/PSHCE),
Head Girl: Emma L (Minister of Computing).

Deputy Head Boy: Oscar R (Minister of Maths & PE),
Deputy Head Girl: Daisy S (Minister of IPC).

Senior Prefects:
Chelsea T (Minister of Science), 
Adem D (Minister of RE/Charities), 
Anastasia B (Minister of Art),
Miranda S, (Minister of English),
Marley B (Minister of Maths & PE),
Giorgio D (Minister of Music).

The Golden Rules

Pickhurst Academy’s golden rules are similar to those that the children already understand from Pickhurst Infant Academy.  They are:-

I will:-

  • Treat myself and others with respect.
  • Be responsible with property and belongings.
  • Play friendly and fair games.
  • Walk calmly and quietly around the school.
  • Work hard and always try my best.
The 3C’s

Courtesy
Common sense
Co-operation

Dojo Points

Dojo points are awarded to children for excellent behaviour and a Dojo time of fun activities is enjoyed at the end of the week.

PUPIL VOICE

Without fail, Pickhurst is a school with many amazing areas, topics, pupils and staff. Children look forward to an exciting school day full of new surprises. You definitely couldn’t ask for better!

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