Westlands Primary School is a creative learning environment where all children are supported to aim high and achieve their best
Welcome to Westlands Primary School. We are an exciting, forward looking, and innovative school.
Our children are hard-working, enjoy a challenge and love to learn. We provide a huge array of activities for children to broaden their experiences which you will be able to see through our news and updates. Working in partnership with parents, carers and other key members of the community we aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum for all.
If you want to find out about what we are learning please have a look at our ‘year group’ pages. Paper copies are available on request from the school office.
The website is regularly updated so come back again soon to keep up to date with everything that is going on here at Westlands Primary School!
Karen Mirams, Executive Headteacher
Victoria Pettett, Head of School
Kent County Council have recently been in contact with us to inform us about a summer bus scheme they are running during the summer holidays. They are offering a free family bus pass to families with children in Kent and all year 6 pupils a Kent Young Persons Pass. For more information, ple...
From Monday, girls in Years 5 and 6 are welcome to wear a gingham summer school uniform dress (blue) with their blazer until the end of term if they wish. However, from September they will be required to wear their shirt and tie uniform again.
We are holding an information evening for the parents/carers of our New Year R children from September at 6pm on Thursday 23rd June 2022.
Year R, 1 and 2 Parents - do not forget to check the KM Newspaper for the special Father's Day booklet that comes with it. This will be available in the shops from Wednesday, June 15. It will be sure to bring a smile to all of your faces!
EYFS Forest School The children learnt how to use a ‘bow saw’ this week; they cut their own piece of wood (wood cookie) and then drilled a hole using a palm drill. They decorated the wood cookie and attached a string to make a necklace.
Mr Holliday and Mr Kemp took ten Year 5 children to Gore Court Rugby Club to participate in a Tag Rugby festival.
We would like to remind everyone that electric scooters are not to be ridden whilst on school grounds as they pose a threat to health and safety.
We hope you have all enjoyed a lovely half-term break with some Jubilee celebrations over the weekend.
Year 5 - don't forget that the application window for sitting the Kent Test (11+) opens today, and closes again on 1st July.
Westlands Primary School celebrated another Real Play cohort last week.