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Granard Primary School

Cortis Road, Putney, London, SW15 6XA
Tel: 0208 788 3606, Fax: 0208 785 4515, Email:

Growing Together, Achieving Together
Parents have commented that "Granard is a well managed school with good and helpful staff", "All staff are hardworking and care for the children", "Granard is a wonderful school; it is diverse and electric with fun, caring and very hardworking staff", "My children enjoy their time at school". Early Years parents have said "I am very pleased with the start my child has made in Reception. He has made good progress already", "I'm more than happy to have chosen Granard for my child". KS1 parents have said "We think the school is fantastic - good teaching and a good ethos", "My children are very confident and enjoy learning". KS2 parents have said "She has really done well and I'm a proud parent".

6A Rowling

6A Rowling

Teacher - Mr C Albinson

UKS2 Hours

Morning session  :  8.45 a.m.   –   12.45 p.m.

Lunch  :  12.45 p.m.   –   1.40 p.m.

Afternoon session  :  1.40 p.m.   –   3.20 p.m.


Break  :  10.30 a.m. - 10.45 a.m.

PE and Swimming Timetable

Year 6 have PE and Swimming on a Friday, alternate half terms


Year 6 Trip to the Imperial War Museum


On the 10th December, Year 6 went on a trip to the fantastic Imperial War Museum.  We first looked at two real Spitfires, which were dangling down from the high ceiling.  Then, we split into our groups to explore parts of the Museum.  Miss Watt's group (The Dream Team) went to look at a sculpture of a real live aeroplane which had been badly damaged." 

Mhasen, 6W Pullman



Jake Meyer visit


On Thursday 15th October, Year 6 had the privilege to meet the mountaineer, Jack Meyer.  It was absolutely amazing.  He told us many things such as, the seven summits challenge and about his expeditions.  Did you know that Jake has climbed around 200 mountains?  Interestingly, the first mountain he climbed was called Mount Kilimanjaro.  Mount Kilimanjaro is in Africa and he climbed it with his dad.  He found it challenging but he kept going.  He helped us to learn about our topic and to understand how it feels to climb a mountain.

By Mahad (6W) and Walli (6A)


Year 6 trip to the London Eye


Tuesday was a great day.  First, we walked to Putney station from school and took the train to Waterloo.  From there we took a 5 minute walk to the London Eye before watching an amazing 4D experience about the London Eye.  After that, we went in one of the 32 London Eye capsules and saw great views and tourist attractions through the glass windows.  Then we had lunch and took a tour around the city.  Finally, we walked back to the station and got back home with sore feet from Mr Kendall's long walk!

(Halima, 6A)


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