About Our School

Beaumont Primary School is a Community School, maintained by the London Borough of Croydon.  It caters for children in the four to eleven age ranges; the children being accepted in the September after their fourth birthday and leaving at the end of the academic year in which they reach the age of eleven.

The school accommodates 210 children spread over seven classes. Being small in number, we are able to cultivate a family ethos where everyone is caring and sympathetic to the needs of others, promoting a climate conducive to learning; with 'no glass ceiling'.

The school opened in 1968, situated in a residential area. The building is unusual in design with an upper and lower ground floor. In recent years a multi million pound extension was added. Beaumont benefits from a large playing field, three playgrounds  two trim trails and an outdoor gym. The school is easily accessible via public transport, with local bus routes, trains into Reedham mainline station and by road (M25, M23, A23).

The classrooms are colourful, bright, well resourced and furnished with current technological equipment combining to produce a stimulating, exciting and explorative learning environment. The hall is used for Collective Worship, P.E activities, music, drama, after-school clubs, year group lessons and meals at lunchtime.

Beaumont’s school council, consisting of elected boy and girl representatives from each class, meet to discuss school improvement. The children bring a wealth of suggestions and good ideas from their classes to the discussions. A ‘Good Citizen’ Cup is presented and a certificate awarded each term to a boy and a girl who have been selected by the school council.