Castle Hill Primary School – Chessington, UK

Castle Hill Primary School is a school of just over 500 pupils aged between 3 and 11.  It became an Academy in 2014 and stands on a large site in the north part of Chessington. Chessington today is an area of south-west London. It used to be part of the county of Surrey but is now in the London Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames.  It is mentioned in the Domesday Book and was an important base for aerial barrage balloons during the Second World War.  Today it is best known for its adventure park. The school’s own website can be found here. When they arrive, please click on the class name below to see that class’s latest drawings.