News

Blue Day for cleaner oceans: 2nd July

Following the enthusiasm and commitment of Chris Pearson and Barnaby Yates, the school welcomed Kate from the Marine Conservation Society to run a series of assemblies and workshops which opened the minds of children, staff and parents to a world without plastics. Everyone wore blue (and some painted their faces too), donated money to the […]

Creativity on display at EAL Conversation Club

EAL Conversation Club story: EAL Conversation Club story

Second place in the District Sports

On Wednesday 19th June, with a depleted team (owing to the year 6s being on their residential at Bowles), children from Years 3, 4 & 5 ran, jumped, threw and demonstrated outstanding teamwork to finish in a creditable second place at this year’s Sevenoaks District Sports.

Fabulous Weald Fete raises vital funds for the school

On Saturday 22nd June, the community came together on the Village Green to enjoy a fun-filled Country Fair. Morris Dancers and the Performing Arts children were well received attractions in the central arena whilst surrounding features included a tea tent, bar, barbecue, welly throwing, target football, tombolas, plant stalls, ice cream parlour, silent auction, coconut shy […]

Cross Country prowess

Cross Country prowess

On 1st May at Chiddingstone, a strong team of runners from Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 emerged as highly worthy runners up in the District Cross Country event. Teamwork was of the essence (close packing!) to enable Weald to finish second out of 8 schools. In addition, there were a large number of distinguished individual performances, […]

A blooming success!

A blooming success!

At the April Weald Horticultural Society Spring Show there were many favourable comments on the display of spring flowers pictures made by Mrs Elbra’s Art Club. The judge found it difficult to decide on a winner but when pressed put the red rosette on Jomelojo’s work. Congratulations to her.  Other children from the school entered […]

Parental help with reading

Questions for parents to use when reading with their children may be found here or under the curriculum tab. Remember your child may be reading the words fluently; however, does he/she comprehend the text? Questions for reading

Hand in hand with the community

Hand in hand with the community: 15/02/19: Save the Amazon Day 01/03/19: PTA Disco and film 16/03/19: PTA Quiz 22/03/19: Dads’ Breakfast 04/04/19: Easter Service: 9.00 a.m. at St. George’s Church.  

Refining the skills of staff

Refining the skills of staff. Following is a summary of recent staff training which ensures that your children receive the highest level of educational provision. Positive Handling E-Safety Mental Health First-Aid Special Educational Needs Performance data Looked After Children Safeguarding PE & Sport Speech & Language Reasoning in Maths Minibus test Health & Safety

Enrichment visits

Enrichment visits: 07/03/19: Viking Workshop (Year 4) 11/03/19: Eagle Heights: KS1 & KS2 19/03/19: History Troupe assembly 27/03/19: Columbus Workshop (Years 1 & 2)