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Ofsted Report

Westlands Primary is a 'GOOD' school. Read the report here.

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Parent View

Parent View gives you the chance to tell us what you think about Westlands Primary School.

Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of the school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.

By sharing your views, you'll be helping Westlands Primary School to improve. You will also be able to see what other parents have said about the school. Or, if you want to, view the results for any school in England.

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  • 18-10-2016 - New Intake Tours

    Was your child born between 1st September 2012 and 31st August 2013?

    For the September 2017 intake of children for Reception Year;
    consider Westlands Primary School as the best choice for your child.

    New extrant tours are taking place at the following times on Thursday 24th November 2016:

    4pm 4.20pm 4.40pm
    5pm 5.20pm 5.40pm

    If you would like to book a place on one of these tours please contact us as soon as possible as places are limited.

    Telephone: 01795 470862

    Email: officeprimary@westlands.kent.sch.uk

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  • 18-10-2016 - Golden Names Galore!

    Yes, Golden Names galore; for here, on the last day of term, are the glorious Golden Names of all the children who were awarded a Golden Certificate last week!

    Golden Certificates are only granted to children who show some outstanding effort in their learning, in being a friend, or in their own personal projects!

    So, without further adu, read below to see if your name is one of the final week of term's Westlands Primary Golden Names! 

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  • 17-10-2016 - EYFS and the Gruffalo!

    EYFS have been learning about everyone's favourite fairy tale monster: THE GRUFFALO!

    The children have sat listening excitedly to the thrilling tale of the mouse's trail through the forest and scaring off all potential incoming mouse-gobblers with the threat of the terribly-toothed, knobbly-kneed, purple-prickled and black tongued Gruffalo!

    Inspired by the superb descriptions given by Julia Donaldson in her book, the EYFS children have created their very own Gruffalo masks! And don't they look fabulous!?

    We all have our favourite books from our youngest days, and the EYFS teachers are delighted to introduce another book for our youngest pupils' earliest school days.

    Not only have the EYFS teachers done this, but to help immerse the children in the thrilling tale of the Gruffalo; the reading corner is now filled with friendly Gruffalo characters!

    WELL DONE EYFS for such marvellous effort in your work and KEEP ON READING!

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  • 17-10-2016 - Year 3's Trip to Dover Museum!

    Year 3 enjoyed a spectacular trip to Dover Museum on Wednesday, where they enjoyed a day filled with investigative learning and a whole lot of fun!

    To begin there was the fantastic learning session in which our Learning Leader showed us all the marvellous things Ancient Britons once used to get by, such as Stone Age tools and horn-made spoons (both of which made very amusing headgear).

    There was then the tour of the museum itself, in which we saw the fantastic variety of awesome displays put on for us, from the gigantic Polar Bear brought to Dover in the early 1900's, to the wonderfully wild wode-covered Celt in battle with a neat and tidy Roman solider! What sights to see!

    It was here we saw the stunning 3600 year old boat; the oldest sea-faring vessel ever found and the pride of the museum. Here our Learning Leader told us how this historic boat was discovered, what it was used for and how far it went (all the way to France)!

    The last part of our day was simply delightful!

    Inspired by all we'd learned of the historic boat, we were then given the opportunity to create our very own boats out of clay! Following much rolling, shaping, cutting and forming; we were delighted to find that we had a rather fine looking fleet of clay ships at our command!

    All in all, Year 3 had a brilliant trip, showed excellent WPS behaviour to the good people of Dover town and learned a great deal whilst having fun to boot!

    WELL DONE Year 3 and THANK YOU to Dover Museum!

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  • 17-10-2016 - Free School Meals? Find Out More..

    Did you know your child might qualify for Free School Meals?
    This wonderful system grants your child free school dinners every school day or on particular days, as your child wishes! Not only this, but it also brings in additional funding which we use to benefit our children!
    Once on the scheme, you don't even have to have school dinners every day!
    To find out if your child qualifies for Free School Meals, just click this link:
    We also have copies of the form in the school office; so feel free to come and collect.
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Telephone: 01795 470862
Fax: 01795 477886
Email: School Office
Headteacher: Mrs L. Hopkins
Office Manager: Mrs L. Bruce

Westlands Primary School
Homewood Avenue
ME10 1XN

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Name and Registered Office: Swale Academies Trust Ashdown House, Johnson Road, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 1JS Company Number: 7344732