An exciting journey starts here…
Creativity and excellence are at the heart of everything we do at Charles Dickens Primary School. Children are encouraged to work to the best of their abilities. However, we also want them to have lots of fun along the way – to understand nature by growing vegetables and looking after our school chickens, to develop a love of literature through working alongside actors from renowned theatres such as The Unicorn Theatre and Shakespeare's Globe, to develop leadership and mathematical skills by setting up and running mini-businesses, to develop confidence and skills as artists through working with national galleries such as Tate Modern.
Read more from Headteacher, Mrs. Cassie Buchanan here.
School Direct Open Days
Thursday 4th December 2014
Thursday 8th January 2015
If you would like to visit school on either of these days please call the school office on 020-7407-1769 to make an appointment.
All open days are on Tuesdays (with one on a Friday) and start at 9.30am. To book a place please contact the school office.
- Tuesday 7th October 2014
- Tuesday 4th November 2014
- Tuesday 18th November 2014
- Tuesday 2nd December 2014
- Friday 9th January 2015
- Tuesday 3rd March 2015
- Tuesday 19th May 2015
- Tuesday 30th June 2015
For latest news and information, look at our School Blog. Here you will find newsletters, class assemblies, special events, tips for supporting at home and a celebration of learning.
Parent Survey 2014
Please complete the 2014 Parents Survey here
Foundation Status Consultation and Statutory Notice
For information and documentaion about the school's proposed conversion to foundation to status please click here
School Expansion Plan
Humans of SE1
Inspired by the website “Humans of New York,” the pupils of years 5 and 6 have tried to capture a small slice of the diversity found amongst SE1’s residents, workers and visitors by taking photographs of the people that they encountered. In many instances, the pupils conducted interviews with their subjects – learning more about the people who work in the remarkable buildings which surround our school, and about how the area has changed and developed in the recent past. The children learnt how to take portraits - using digital SLR cameras - and greatly improved their speaking and listening skills through asking relevant questions and responding to their interviewees’ replies. The children’s work has been gathered together on this site.