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Horsmonden Primary Academy

Ofsted 2016

Our Safeguarding Statement: 

"Horsmonden Academy and all the personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children."

Our Equality and Diversity Statement:

 "Horsmonden Academy 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

“Happiness, Kindness, Success”


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Latest News

Leadership Update

Please click the link below to find our latest letter regarding our leadership update /horsmonden_school/file/2019_11_27%20ltr%20to%20parents%20and%20carers%20-%20horsmonden%20-%20dbi.pdf More >

KS2 Tonbridge Sports Day

Children, parents and staff in KS2 headed down to Tonbridge School Sports Centre for their sports day. A great time was had by all the children who had the opportunity to compete in the high jump, … More >

Infant Sports Afternoon

The children had a wonderful time at their Infant Sports Afternoon, competing in the flat running race, egg and spoon race, sack race, three legged race, wheelbarrow race, obstacle race and a … More >


Important Dates

05th March 2020
World Book Day

To celebrate World Book Day this year on Thursday 05th March, we would like to focus on interesting vocabulary to inspire children's dressing up choices. We would like to invite all children to come to school dressed up as their favourite book character, whilst also displaying an adjective which describes that character. We would like the chosen character adjective to be displayed as part of their outfit, for example, a child dressed up as the Big Bad Wolf could safety pin a piece of card to their outfit with the adjective ‘fierce’ displayed. They may even choose to dress up as the word entirely. This will then inspire World Book Day activities throughout the day and will enable children to apply new and exciting vocabulary to their own writing. We hope that as many children as possible will get involved for what is set to be a fun day!

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Leigh Academies Trust