And to prove it, our data can be found here.
Our Safeguarding Statement:
"Horsmonden Primary School and all the personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children."
Our Equality and Diversity Statement:
"Horsmonden Primary School welcomes a diverse population of both students and staff. In order to consolidate and build upon this diversity, it is essential that equality of opportunity and the absence of unfair discrimination be at the core of all the School’s activities." Click here for full Statement.
Horsmonden Primary School is set in a thriving and popular rural village with a strong community feel. The school has been on this site since 1969 and has been extended and improved several times. As well as ample teaching space, there is a newly re-developed library, extensive grounds and new play equipment.
We believe that all children deserve a great education through inspirational teaching and a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities. This aim is stated simply in our Vision: Together we will inspire a love of learning and help all children to achieve their personal goals, now and in the future. This guides everything we do at Horsmonden and is underpinned by our values of aspiration, collaboration, integrity, resilience, happiness, kindness, creativity and respect.
Click here to see our Open Day presentation and see why Horsmonden is a wonderful school with amazing children and staff - you can also get a feel for this through our website but we would love you to see for yourselves! I would be delighted and proud to show you around and look forward to welcoming you to our school.
“Happiness, Kindness, Success”
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Exciting times! Carols by Candlelight on Tuesday, Infants' Nativity on Thursday and Matisse Class play on Friday.
We celebrated Design and Technology by holding a whole-school DT week. The Infants made some moving toys, Lower Juniors made money containers and the Upper Juniors made automatons. Here are some … More >
As part of our topic on Rivers, Monet Year 4 visited The Thames foreshore for some "mudlarking". They searched for historical evidence on the sand and then completed some field studies to … More >
The school were delighted to receive so many Harvest food donations. Monet Year 4 led a Harvest Assembly, after which parents helped sort the produce ready for each class to deliver to elderly people … More >
6pm at St Margaret's Church
Read our latest Ofsted report.
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