Ofsted 2018

St Cyprian's is a high achieving school. Teaching remains a strong feature of the school. Safeguarding arrangements are fit for purpose. Pupils are helpful, polite and well mannered. They listen well and respect the opinions of others. Their attitudes to learning are positive. The school is strong in supporting pupils and their families when they are in significant need.

IQM Flagship Review October 2018

The school's core values are evident throughout every part of the school starting with the entrance hall through to the multitude of displays and classrooms.  St Cyprian's Greek Orthodox Primary Academy is continually moving forward, going from strength to strength with its inclusive practice.

Section 48 Inspection Report 2017

Pupils make an outstanding contribution to, and benefit from, the Greek Orthodox ethos of the school. They take full advantage of the opportunities offered to them, embracing the ‘St Cyprian’s Way’ with enthusiasm. They are confident and have a strong pride in, and respect for, the Greek Orthodox identity of their school. As a result, their behaviour is exemplary; they exude a joy of learning and attain high levels of success academically.

Ofsted 2018

St Cyprian's is a high achieving school. Teaching remains a strong feature of the school. Safeguarding arrangements are fit for purpose. Pupils are helpful, polite and well mannered. They listen well and respect the opinions of others. Their attitudes to learning are positive. The school is strong in supporting pupils and their families when they are in significant need.

IQM Flagship Review October 2018

The school's core values are evident throughout every part of the school starting with the entrance hall through to the multitude of displays and classrooms. St Cyprian's Greek Orthodox Primary Academy is continually moving forward, going from strength to strength with its inclusive practice.

Section 48 Inspection Report 2018

Pupils make an outstanding contribution to, and benefit from, the Greek Orthodox ethos of the school. They take full advantage of the opportunities offered to them, embracing the ‘St Cyprian’s Way’ with enthusiasm. They are confident and have a strong pride in, and respect for, the Greek Orthodox identity of their school. As a result, their behaviour is exemplary; they exude a joy of learning and attain high levels of success academically.

All the most frequently asked for forms are now available for you to download from the Parents tab, then School Forms
St Cyprian’s is the joint 4th highest performing school in Croydon for KS2 SATs 2018!
Please remember to inform the office if your contact details change
Badminton court for hire: £15 per hour per court please call the office to book
Sports days are: 27th June at 9am for Early Years & KS1, 28th June at 9am for KS2. All welcome
Half term is Monday 3rd June to Friday 7th June 2019.
Monday 10th June is an Inset Day, children should not attend school
A whole school photo will be taken on 25th June 2019
Friday 14th June will be a mufti day, children can wear their own clothes with an animal theme for a donation to the summer fair

Teaching and Learning at St. Cyprian's Primary Academy

Click on the image over on the right to visit our year group pages and see what the pupils at St. Cyprian's Greek Orthodox Primary Academy are being taught and what they are achieving throughout the academic year.

Get In Touch

Please call St. Cyprian's Primary Academy  on the numbers provided below 

Tel:   020 8771 5425

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