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Goldsmith Hall

New York, NY 90210

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday

Healthy schools

We feel very lucky to be part of a supportive school

Parent of two pupils at the school

2016-03-14T15:19:08+00:00

Parent of two pupils at the school

It’s an environment that encourages positive growth of character as well as academic achievement

Parent to three pupils at the school

2017-05-03T15:17:22+01:00

Parent to three pupils at the school

Friendly welcoming and inclusive. Everyone is valued.

Parent to two pupils.

2017-05-03T15:32:51+01:00

Parent to two pupils.

There is a great community feel to the school

Parent of year 5 pupil

2017-05-12T13:25:34+01:00

Parent of year 5 pupil

I love the family feel that pervades through the school

Parent of year 2

2017-05-12T13:38:10+01:00

Parent of year 2

We are proud to be a healthy school and have been awarded the bronze award by the Local Authority for being a health promoting school.

We like to encourage children to be fit and healthy.

Healthy eating

Children in Reception and Key Stage 1 receive free fruit every day; children in Key Stage 2 are welcome to bring fruit or a healthy snack in to school for morning break. Children in Reception who are under the age of 5 and those who receive Free School Meals (not Universal Infant Free School Meals) receive milk every day.

At morning break children are given the opportunity to buy toast or fruit from the school kitchen.

All children must have a water bottle in school every day which they are able to use during breaktime and lunchtime.

Health Week

During the summer term, we hold an annual health week, where the children engage in a range of activities to help them understand how to be healthy and to transform attitudes towards healthy eating and physical activity.

Physical activity

Children have the opportunity to take part in 2 hours of Physical Education (PE) per week. They are also encouraged to be active during breaktime and lunchtime.

The majority of our extra-curricular clubs are sports based, which gives children the opportunity to enjoy taking part in physical activity and it prepares them to compete against other schools.