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.
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.
It has been good to see all the children return to school with their customary enthusiasm.
Weald CP School will be holding an Open Morning on Monday 25th November from 9.30am. Please contact the School Office on 01732 463307 for more details.
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.
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. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ightham-mote/features/autumn-half-term-family-fun-at-ightham-mote
On Wednesday 9th October, teachers and parents joined together in the School Hall to discuss how the school is developing the wider curriculum in the interests of the children’s educational development. Mr Pyle explained how the curriculum at Weald is underpinned by Character Education and Global Learning and how the emphasis on enquiry-based learning, analytical…
Curriculum Evening: 6.30 p.m. on Wednesday 9th October, followed by PTA Cheese & Wine. All parents and prospective parents are most welcome.
Please find below a link to our School Improvement Plan 2019-20. School Improvement Plan 2019-20
Today, during Celebration Assembly, the Year 6 children were awarded their badges for leadership in different areas of school life. The Head and Deputy Head boys and girls and House Captains were voted in through a democratic election process. Each candidate prepared a short speech, explaining why they considered themselves a good person for the…