Are you looking for a school place for your child? We still have nursery and reception places available, and would love for your child to join the Ark Paddington Green and King Solomon Academy family.
Form September 2019, following the merger, all pupils at Ark Paddington Green will become King Solomon Academy pupils and there will be one admission point to King Solomon Academy. The Reception and Nursery Open days are:
Tuesday 20th November at 9am starting at King Solomon Academy Older Years Site (Penfold Street, NW1 6RU). The tour will move the Younger Years Site (Crompton Street, London W2 1ND), starting the tour there at 10am and finishing at 10.30am. The Younger Years site currently houses Ark Paddington Green Primary Academy, but from September 2019 this school will merge and the site will become the home of King Solomon Academy Younger Years (Nursery to Year 4).
Tuesday 11th December at 2pm starting at King Solomon Academy Younger Years Site (Crompton Street, London W2 1ND, currently Ark Paddington Green), then moving to the Older Years Site at 3pm and ending at 3.30pm.
Wednesday 9th January at 9am starting at King Solomon Academy Older Years Site (Penfold Street, NW1 6RU), then moving to the Younger Years Site (Crompton Street, London W2 1ND) where the tour starts at 10am and finishes at 10.30am.
Reception: By choosing Ark Paddington Green and King Solomon Academy for your child's school, you are placing them in an all-through school with an automatic place in primary and secondary. For more information please click here, and to apply please click here to complete an e-Admissions form.
Nursery: Our nursery provision is supported by dedciated leadership and fully qualified staff, thus ensuring your child is provided with outstanding education and life changing opportunities. For more information please click here, and to apply please click here to complete an e-Admissions form.
Year 5's Victorian Workshop
The purpose of this workshop was for children to learn about the lives of children in Victorian England - what and how they learnt at school, what sort of toys they had and what was their life was like at home.
In the first half of the workshop children had a true Victorian classroom experience. Their teacher made them use actual ink or write on slates. He was also quite terrifying! In the afternoon, children had a chance to make Victorian toys, explore artefacts or write postcards using ink.
Children really enjoyed an opportunity to explore so many news aspects of the topic we are learning about in Humanities. Every one was engaged throughout and gained lots of new knowledge. The staff were fascinated by pupils' engagement and they were incredibly proud to see the Year 5 pupils gain so much knowledge.
We would definitely do a similar workshop again in order to expand our knowledge when learning about the Victorians!