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
Stuck for ideas of what to put in your child's lunchbox to create a healthy, balanced and nutritious snack/lunch?
Please see the letter on our website asking for your help with social distancing, smoking, and parking in the local community during school drop-off and collection times.
As part of our Superhero Day and as a reward for being outstandingly super ALL TERM, we will be showing 'The Incredibles' for the children to watch next Friday (23rd October). Other fun activities will also be available.
We are delighted to announce that the Extra-Curricular After-School Clubs will be recommencing at the start of Term 2, and will be run in year group bubbles.
The children who attend our After School Club have been getting ready for Halloween by carving pumpkins.
The Kent Test is on Thursday this week. If you registered your child, please make sure they know they are taking it
Please can we ask parents/carers not to allow their children and/or siblings to climb or play on the trim trail, exercise equipment, or EYFS outside classroom equipment.
Children are not to bring mobile phones into school with them unless they are in Year 5 or 6 and walk home alone.
The children have been using Scratch to develop their programming skills.
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