Return to School

‘When you can’t change the direction of the wind, adjust your sails’. We are delighted to have all the children back at school after the long period of lockdown. The last year has presented many challenges to effective educational provision and the key to success has been contingent on flexible planning. Online learning has worked…

Hospice in the Weald

On Tuesday 28th January, the Year 6 children went on a trip to Hospice in the Weald. After an introductory discussion during which they explored the various services offered by the Hospice and possible fundraising initiatives to assist with the £7 million per year running costs, the children were taken on a guided tour of…

Taia’s Tree

Following her presentation in assembly about the climate crisis and the conservation of tropical forests, Taia Newman (year 4) staged a highly successful cookie sale. She used part of the proceeds to buy a tree which, with the help of her dad and classmates, she planted on the school field. Well done Taia – you…

NSPCC Assembly

We are working closely with the NSPCC to ensure that all children are happy, safe and prepared to speak out if they have worries. Through assemblies, workshops and fundraising events, the children are learning how to develop resilience when faced with challenges in life.

New website launch

I am delighted to introduce you to our new website which has been the result of much collaborative work between the school and Carbon Cloud (our IT providers). I hope you will enjoy navigating the site and find it to be both enjoyable and informative.

Rugby Turnover

The Weald CPS rugby team swept all opposition aside at Sevenoaks Rugby Club on Thursday 10th October to win the tournament trophy. Up against opposition from much larger schools, the team of boys and girls won all of their 5 matches with every member of the team involved in running in some impressive tries.

Owl Activity at Ightham Mote

This coming October Half- Term (19th-27th), Ightham Mote Education Dept. will be focusing on owls with its garden trail and a chance to meet real owls on Thursday 24th. Follow the link for full details of this family fun.