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Our children are working very hard at home doing a range of different things. Well done everyone and 'Stay Safe' and 'Keep Smiling'.

Ofsted said: You have aspirations for all your pupils in your relentless pursuit of preparing 'all children to be lifelong learners'.

Coronavirus Update from Headteacher
Dear parents/carers
I would like to begin by thanking you all for being so responsive and supportive during these unprecedented times. The support I have received from parents and staff is greatly appreciated.
Following the Prime Ministers report today regarding school closures I want to reassure all parents that our teachers and support staff are working very hard. I urge all parents and carers to take this seriously and implement the timetable as best they can.
I know and understand there will be questions in the coming weeks regarding education and when schools will return as normal. I want to reassure you that we are working closely with the government and as soon as we are made aware of any changes and progression, I will inform you as soon and as best as possible.
Our teachers will be available on the class Dojo for further assistance and will do their best to support your child/children at home.
We will be passing plenty of information through class Dojo, School Jotter, the website and the Facebook page over the next few days. As you can imagine our school will be working very hard to ensure a normal and smooth couple of days for our children so I urge you only to contact the school office if it is absolutely necessary.
We would like to achieve something positive on Friday itself as our last day of normal operations. To that end we will be allowing children to come to school in colourful and cheerful clothing on Friday as a way of celebrating our school and to keep a positive attitude amongst our children.
We understand this is a very difficult and anxious time for our children, parents and staff but to remain positive is the best way we can encourage and motivate our learners.
I will be in touch as soon as possible with information that is given to me by Havering and Her Majesty’s Government.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Kind regards
Mrs Nacmias

Welcome to Crownfield Infant School


Welcome to Crownfield Infant and Nursery School website, we have included information about our school; how it operates, what events take place and how we all work together to make our school the warm, welcoming learning environment that it is.  This website will give you an insight in to our work and values.

The website is designed to help you if you are considering Crownfield Infant and Nursery School as a school for your child, or to be a guide to you if you are already part of our school.

You will notice that education at Crownfield is more than core curriculum as we are totally committed to developing the creative, physical, emotional and social side of our children.  We aim to give each of these elements equal importance through a knowledge rich curriculum, outstanding teaching and strong partnerships with parents and other stakeholders.  Our goal is to ensure that every child has the best possible learning experience whilst they are in our care.

Our curriculum is crafted by subject specialists who ensure learning and skills are built upon and children are able to move onto the next stage of their learning with the vocabulary, knowledge and experience to demonstrate a deep understanding of each subject through a progression of skills.

The site provides only a brief picture of the range of activities we have on offer for our children. We can tell you about the curriculum, our aims, activities and successes but we cannot convey our ethos or atmosphere. We would encourage you to visit our school, preferably during the school day and also visit our Testimonial page.

Alongside the academic and creative learning, we want our children to become contributing citizens who take care of their environment.  We also aim to ensure our children are happy and are able to develop their well-being and resilience whilst with us.  This work is supported by a skilled pastoral team who ensure that every child and family receive the support needed to take on the challenges they face and acknowledge their personal responsibilities and opportunities.

As a school community we are proud of our school and hope this is reflected in this website. Do let us know if you have any comments or suggestions for improvements.

If you would like your child to join us, please arrange a visit or come to one of our open days.

We are also keen to hear from our local community regarding work opportunities, whether teachers or support staff.  Please look at our website for vacancies, or just register your interest with us - we would love to hear from you!

We look forward to meeting you.

Sharon Nacmias

Head Teacher


Message from out Home School Support Worker

Recent News

This week we said a sad farewell to Mr Meades who has been our outstanding caretaker for the past 11 years. He is leaving to work at a school nearer to his home. Good luck and we will all miss you.


Exciting News

Two of our pupils were on Ant and Dec's Saturday NightTakeaway.


Click on this link to view:


We think attendance is very important and can make a huge effect on  learning and we have made our own video called Rise and Shine. To view please click on the link below and enter the password : attendance

Ofsted Report

View our latest Ofsted report - 22nd May 2108

Ofsted Report 22nd May 2018.pdf

To compare schools in our local area please visit this site.

Parent view gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your childs' school.

Library Helpers required

As a school we encourage all our children to visit our school library once a week however, at the moment several classes are not doing this. If you could spare an hour every week this would be greatly appreciated. Please contact the school office as you will need to complete some paper work.

Operation Encompass - Please read our note on the Safeguarding Pencil regarding this.

Internet Matters

We are aware of the need to ensure our children are safe online. The link below is to a video about basic things parent can do at home to support their children and keep them safe.

Job Centre Office

In order to help people find their nearest Jobcentre Office more easily please click on the link below.

Crownfield Nursery 

If you would still like to see our Nursery in action, please call the school office and book an appointment.

Please use this link to check if your child is entitled to Pupil Premium funding.

Latest School Calendar Events

Y1 C4 Assembly01Apr2020

Easter Egg Raffle03Apr2020

Easter Holiday06Apr2020

12:00 am - 09 apr, 1:00 am

Bank Holiday10Apr2020

Bank Holiday13Apr2020

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