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Sevenoaks Primary School

SevenOaksPrimary School

‘We are all equal and our teachers are all kind’ (Pupil quote)-– Ofsted 2017
Pupils are proud of their school and enthusiastic about their learning-Ofsted 2017
Pupils feel safe and said that they trust there is always an adult they can go to if they feel concerned-Ofsted 2017
Sevenoaks Primary is a fantastic, caring school, where my children blossom and flourish, both academically and emotionally-Parent
We are very proud to say that our children go to Sevenoaks Primary-Parent
Pupils achieve well at this school-Ofsted 2017
Although it is a large school, a real family feel is fostered - it is palpable-Parent

5. Archive Newsletter 14.03.18

Friday 16th
Year 6 tree planting event – pm
Sunday 18th
10 – 12pm SPSA Tree planting (flyer on page 2)
Monday 19th
9:20am 1A class assembly to parents/carers
2:30pm 1B class assembly to parents/carers
Tuesday 20th      
1C, 1B, 4C, 4B swimming
Rescheduled years 5/6 selected pupils hockey tournament – Hollybush Park
2:30pm 2C class assembly to parents/carers
Wednesday 21st
9:00am Year 6 Family Learning Session on Online Safety – main hall
Year 5&6 inter-house tournament
2:45pm 2B class assembly to parents
Thursday 22nd
Chance to Dance at the Stag Theatre
Friday 23rd           
CLUBS FINISH (unless otherwise specified by club leader)
Tuesday 27th
1C, 1A, 4C, 4B swimming
Wednesday 28th
Creative Education Workshop in the main hall
Year 6 Easter visit to St Johns’ Church
2:30pm Year 2 SATs parent information meeting in the main hall
Love 2 Dance at the Stag Theatre
Thursday 29th
Monday 16th
5B Bikeability Week
Tuesday 17th
Year 6 at Blackland Farm

Dear Parents/Carers,

Last week we celebrated World Book Day, albeit a week later than originally planned. However, we appear to have joined the majority of other schools in rescheduling after the Siberian blast we experienced.

In typical Sevenoaks Primary style, both children and adults rose to the challenge to dress as a book character and it was a delight to see the school a riot of colour and teeming with a wide variety of costumes. Some pupils were so well disguised it took quite some guessing who they were at registration!

The children participated in a whole host of activities to celebrate the power of books. Some of our older pupils visited Foundation Stage to read to the little ones, which was a particular delight and a popular annual event for both year groups.

In the afternoon we held a Book Sale in the main hall. Thanks to all your kind donations, the tables were heaving with items for the children to select from. The children appeared hugely excited to take home something new to read.

A whole host of activities are planned for term 4, and I would encourage you to read through the listings on this page to see which ones your child will be participating in.

Alan Duffy






Interested in becoming a School Governor?
This is a final call for nominations for the three Parent Governor vacancies.
Anyone, parent or carer, is able to seek to become a Governor, and if we have more than three nominations we will hold an election.
To apply, please contact the school office for an application form.
The most valuable qualification is a passion for the school and a desire to help shape its future, both today and going forwards.


Sensory Garden
Thank you for your recent votes for the Aviva Community Fund competition. We were unsuccessful in winning in our category, however we received a consolation prize of £100, which will be used towards the Sensory Garden.
We will continue with our efforts to establish the garden upon completion of the demolition process, which is likely to be the end of 2018.
Should you have any ideas, contributions or would like to volunteer to help out, please contact the SPSA on
It is intended that a working party will be established to look at various aspects including allotments, a greenhouse, mosaic pathways and accessories.