Latest news:
Congratulations to Mr Taylor, awarded Kent Primary Teacher of the Year 2018!!
New prospectus available for download below
Spaces still available, please contact us to have a tour of the school. Open morning Saturday 17th November 10-12.

Respect, Responsibility, Courage, Hope

Our small village school is located between Ashford and Folkestone with stunning views of the Kent Downs. We have a total number of pupils of 105 children divided into four classes. We have high standards; dedicated staff; supportive parent community and most important of all, children who love coming to school.

We educate, encourage and inspire our children to develop a love of learning for now and forever. We provide stimulating and challenging experiences; teaching them Christian values and meeting their individual needs in our small, nurturing environment. (Our mission statement)

“You are passionately committed to ensuring that every pupil has something they can be proud of and fantastic in. This vision drives the ethos of the school and creates a happy, harmonious place where pupils thrive”. Ofsted 2018

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Sow The Seeds... Nurture... Watch Them Grow

Here’s what some parents say about us:

“It’s friendly and like a family. All children are valued and the school teaches a broad range of subjects in interesting and engaging ways.”

“Very nurturing and focused on individuals. Everyone seems to get a chance to shine.”

“There is a generous, caring atmosphere, all of my children at this school have received (and are receiving) a first rate education.”

“There is a friendly inclusive feel-the school feels like one big, happy community.”

News


Neptune’s Viking trip

Here are some nice pictures from the Dover Museum trip.  The children worked with the clay to make Viking faces. They all worked independently. They also had a go at using a Viking horn from the museum. The children looked at the artefacts on display to compare these items to ones they learnt about in a lesson about Sutton Hoo.

October 19, 2018

Raising money for homeless charity

Brabourne pupils from the cubs spent a night sleeping in cardboard boxes to raise money for a homeless charity. They also  spoke in assembly to other pupils about the issue.  

October 15, 2018

Dodgeball success!

The Neptune Dodgeball team played brilliantly yesterday gaining Bronze medals at the Towers School, competing against 20 other schools. They showed such determination to win and were led skilfully by Jayden, the captain.    

October 3, 2018

Upcoming Events


Trip – Neptune Class – Dover Museum

October 18, 2018

End of term 1

October 19, 2018

Start term 2 – No clubs 1st week back

October 29, 2018

Football/Netball matches v Challock (at home)

October 29, 2018

Parent consultations 1

October 30, 2018

Parent consultations 2

November 1, 2018

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