Broadwater Primary School

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Dates for your diary

                      Tuesday 6th December                             Reception performance   2:15pm       

Wednesday 7th December                    Trumpet concert 2:45pm

                Thursday 8th December                               KS1 Christmas performance   9:45am

                         Friday 9th December                                 KS1 Christmas performance                 9:45am

                         Friday 9th December                                              Christmas Fayre                            2:30pm - 4:30pm

      Tuesday 13th December  Nursery             winter wonderland activity day 

         Wednesday 14th December         Christmas Lunch

             KS2 Christmas performance                   9:45am & 2:15pm

                    Monday 19th December                                 Class Parties         

            Tuesday 20th December 2pm                                   SCHOOL CLOSES FOR                        CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS

                 Thursday 5th January 2017                    Start of Spring Term


 Broadwater has been chosen by The Youth Sport Trust as their first ever 'School of the Month'.  This is a fantastic honour from an organisation that oversees school sport across the UK.  The YST will feature articles about Broadwater on, starting with a piece about our Summer Sports Fair.

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Broadwater has been awarded a grant from the London Sport Innovations Fund to set up a family tennis club, where children can learn to play the game alongside their grown-ups.  The club will run before school on Tuesdays and after school on Fridays and due to the grant is completely free!

Broadwater is proud to be partnered with Wandsworth  Primary Schools’ Consortium, providing high quality school-based teacher training in Wandsworth schools. If you are thinking about a career as a teacher  call Wandsworth SCITT on 020 8772 9528.

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Click here for our latest Ofsted Inspection Report - June 2016.



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Welcome to Broadwater Primary

Broadwater is a two form entry Primary School occupying an impressive Edwardian building in Tooting - a vibrant multi-cultural area of south London.

The school has a large playing field, a recently refurbished ball court and a learner swimming pool. There is also a large playground and a separate Early Years' Unit with its own enclosed playgrounds for Nursery and Reception children.

Our vision for Broadwater Primary School is to be a school where:

  • All pupils aspire to achieve and excel in all areas of their learning
  • Pupils are well rounded individuals, confident, courteous, self-reliant and successful
  • Our inclusive community makes all feel welcome, valued and supported, whatever their background or circumstances
  • We are outstanding, providing a purposeful, exciting, fun, well-resourced environment where every member of the community can say "I'm proud of this school".


This vision is underpinned by the following six core valuesRespect, Achievement, Resilience, Aspiration, Empathy, Integrity.

At Broadwater we uphold and teach pupils about British Values which are defined as: democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect, tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs.

To find out more about how we uphold and teach British Values click here.

"The School is exceptionally inclusive -  there is a strong culture of making sure that everybody is included. Arrangements for keeping children safe are extremely well led and managed. The work with outside agencies is exemplary.  Pupils form very positive relationships with each other and adults. The enthusiastic and highly motivated team of subject leaders has developed a rich and interesting curriculum matching the needs of all the pupils very well. Physical Education and sports are another strength of the school. The Governing Body is knowledgeable and able to provide effective challenge and support"

OFSTED June 2016