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New Garden Blog!

March 28th, 2014 | by Shayaan Ahmad

Watch this space for latest news and updates about the gardening that we are doing at Spring Grove. We will


St Patrick’s Day

March 28th, 2014 | by Spring Grove

Year 1 arrived at school on Saint Patrick’s Day to find there had been some odd happenings at Spring Grove


Garden club!

March 17th, 2014 | by Spring Grove

Spring Grove’s new Gardening Club for Years 3 and 4 started this week. The children enjoyed starting to plant seeds


World Book Day 2014!

March 7th, 2014 | by Spring Grove

Spring Grove Primary School pupils celebrated Book Week by dressing up as their favourite book characters and parading their costumes


Rugby Finals!

February 26th, 2014 | by Spring Grove

Well done to all the year 6 children who took part in the rugby finals. They all played extremely well,


Lighting Lighthouses

January 31st, 2014 | by lkibblewhite

Year two have had a great time making lighthouses which they then made light up,using their knowledge of electrical circuits.


Year 1 P.E.

December 3rd, 2013 | by Miss Ivie

  Year 1 have been doing some very exciting P.E. lessons with Mrs Wile, a P.E teacher from Hounslow Borough.


Year 1 made delicious fruit salads

November 5th, 2013 | by ghopkins

Year 1 Azure have been studying the books Oliver’s Vegetables, Oliver’s Milkshake and Oliver’s Fruit Salad.  The children spent a


Fire Brigade Visit

November 5th, 2013 | by lkibblewhite

The London Fire Brigade came to school last week to visit Year 2 Saffron and Amber classes. They talked to



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    We offer you a warm welcome and thank you for showing an interest in Spring Grove Primary School.

    Spring Grove is a happy school with a positive and inclusive ethos, within which we aim to make everyone feel safe, secure and valued. We are proud of our diverse cultural community and encourage all children to achieve their personal best, academically and socially. We believe that children flourish when home and school work together. We encourage parents to become involved in their children’s education and the life of the school. We aim to work with parents and carers to develop caring attitudes, thoughtfulness, mutual respect, self discipline, self confidence and good manners alongside academic progress. We treat all of our pupils as unique individuals who will become independent learners and view their education as a positive experience.

    Ms M. Buckby
    Head teacher

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