Greenwich, United Kingdom
About Koinonia Federation
The Koinonia Federation is formed of two schools, based across three campuses in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. St Mary Magdalene Primary Campus in Woolwich, St Mary Magdalene All Through Campus on the Greenwich Peninsula and Christ Church Primary in East Greenwich. About St Mary Magdalene C of E School
St Mary Magdalene C of E School is a co-educational, all-through school based in Greenwich, south-east London. The school has both primary and secondary phases. The secondary phase has approximately 950 students aged 11-18 and 220 staff.
Facilities at our Greenwich Peninsula Campus include a sports hall, outside sports facilities, library, science labs, drama and dance studio.
Religious Studies is the school's specialism and is a central element of the curriculum.
Extra-curricular activities include sports, food technology, STEM club and Bible Club, which all students can attend.
Federation Executive Co-Headteachers
Claire Harrison, Victoria Wainwright
Values and vision
St Mary Magdalene C of E School aims to teach pupils to treat others as they would expect to be treated. The pastoral structure of the school ensures that every student is known individually. Children are provided with opportunities to develop their mentoring and leadership skills. The school specialises in Religious Studies and collective worship is a key part of each school day. Teachers intend collective worship, which is led by senior leaders or the School Chaplain, to be a creative and responsive time that follows the Anglican calendar and also acknowledges the key dates of other faiths.
St Mary Magdalene All Through School was inspected by SIAMS in 2018 and was graded Outstanding in all areas. It was also inspected by Ofsted in 2018 and was graded GOOD in all areas.
Christ Church CofE PrimarySchool
We are a Church of England primary school, in the heart of East Greenwich, that promotes and celebrates our Christian ethos in all that we do.
As a one form entry school, we pride ourselves on knowing each and every child and work in partnership with families to ensure that all our pupils achieve their full potential. We strive for excellence and high standards through the Federation core values of faith, family and fellowship. We want our pupils to go out into the world happy, courageous, resilient, motivated with a life-long love of learning fully equipped to make a positive contribution to society.
We have an inspiring and creative curriculum that meets both the academic and spiritual needs of the all of our pupils. Our caring-team work hard to break down any barriers to learning so that everyone has an equal chance to flourish. We guide our pupils to encourage one another to be resilient in their learning.
Outside the school building, our large grounds provide lots of space for our pupils to enjoy the outdoors. This includes a beautiful community garden and forest school space which are used to enhance the curriculum and the pupils’ learning experiences.