Welcome

We are a happy and friendly village primary school with a real family atmosphere

Welcome

Our school is set in the beautiful, historic village of Ightham in Kent

Welcome

Our children achieve high academic standards  in a safe, nurturing environment

Welcome

Our children are taught by an enthusiastic and caring team of staff

Ofsted Outstanding Ightham Primary School Kent

Ofsted Outcome – We are Outstanding!

We are delighted to confirm that we were graded as Outstanding in all areas!

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Welcome to Ightham Primary School’s Website. We are a one form entry primary school, catering for boys and girls aged 4 – 11 years of age. At present, there are around 205 children on roll. We have seven classrooms, an ICT Suite, library, hall with fixed apparatus, and designated gardening area. We are fortunate to be situated within the second largest woodland primary school setting in Kent and have three playgrounds. We hope you enjoy looking at our website. If you require any further information, please contact the School Office.

Mr D Sherhod
Head Teacher

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OUR CORE VALUES

CARING

At Ightham Primary school we pride ourselves in being caring and ensuring our children feel safe, happy and enjoy their learning journey

RESPECT

Mutual respect is at the heart our school. Our pupils are taught the importance of self-respect, honesty, open communication with others and fair play.

RESPONSIBILITY

We aim for our children to develop lifelong learning skills, showing the ability to take responsibility for their own learning so that they can face future challenges with confidence.

TOLERANCE

We encourage our children to be thoughtful and show co-operation and tolerance of others' views, feelings and opinions.

ASPIRATION

It is important that all our learners aspire to be the best they can be, to set high goals for themselves and to work hard to reach these.

HONESTY

It is important that all our learners aspire to be the best they can be, to set high goals for themselves and to work hard to reach these.

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