On behalf of the children, staff and governors, I would like to take this opportunity to warmly welcome you to our website. As you explore, I hope that you will see the exciting learning opportunities and enriching experiences that our children absorb here and begin to understand what makes Broadwater the very special place that it is.
We are a diverse, vibrant, friendly school in the heart of the Tooting community where every day we have the pleasure of welcoming in our children from Nursery to Year 6. We welcome children of all faiths and celebrate the diversity in our school community.
We are committed to providing the best possible education for all of our children, nurturing and teaching them through a rich and exciting curriculum in a happy, secure environment. We endeavour to treat each child as an individual, recognising their personal needs, aptitudes and abilities. For us, it is vital that our children are offered as many experiences as possible to ensure that they are well equipped to succeed in today’s rapidly evolving society. We make good use of the school’s setting and place a strong emphasis on providing our children with enriching experiences through educational visits and visitors.
Each child’s development at our school is greatly enhanced by adult support. Our staff are all here to support the children – ensuring that they develop spiritually, morally, academically and socially. Our children develop strong relationships with the adults who care for them from when they enter our Early Years Foundation Stage aged three, to and beyond their transition to secondary school aged eleven. They leave the school confident and happy, ready for the next stage of their education.
Visitors often describe Broadwater as ‘a welcoming, special place’. We really believe it is. We are proud of our caring, dynamic, inclusive and hardworking ethos where parents and carers are encouraged to work in close partnership with teachers and staff to ensure their child thrives. Our expectations are consistently high; not just from ourselves as educators but also of the children and families who make our community.
Choosing the best school for your child is one of the most important decisions a parent has to make and a website can only give you a glimpse into the life of a school. We warmly welcome visitors and I would encourage you to come and see Broadwater and get to know the staff and children. A visit to the school will show you what we offer our children and how you can become a part of the Broadwater family.
If you would like to visit the school please contact the office, we would be delighted to meet you.
We hope that your child will benefit in every way from the education received here and we look forward to working together with you for the best interests of your child.
Mrs Clare Scarlett