Welcome to Aldrington C of E Primary School
Learning God's way
Welcome to Aldrington Church of England Primary School.
At Aldrington, we believe that children should live and learn in a happy, secure and stimulating environment. A place where they are valued as individuals, encouraged to grow in self-esteem and given the opportunities they deserve to reach their potential.
We recognise that the needs of children are rich and varied. We seek to develop children’s abilities through a broad and balanced curriculum which places equal emphasis on the academic, social and spiritual needs of each child.
At the heart of our school is our Christian faith which shapes and moulds everyday life. As we foster respect for each other and our environment and develop tolerance and understanding for the cultural diversity of the world in which we live, we seek to lay Christian foundations from which children can grow into caring and responsible adults in society.
We recognise the partnership between home and school and the crucial role it plays in each child’s development. By working closely with parents, our aim is to foster a love of learning, a wonder of God’s creation and a readiness for the challenges ahead.
Grammar workshop success
Many thanks to all parents and carers that attended our recent Grammar workshops. We are glad that you found them useful.
Our presentation is available on line (see below) and resource packs are available from the school office should you require them.
Click here for the Grammar workshop Powerpoint
Here is what some of our parents/carers thought:
"Definitely useful. Thank you so much. I feel more confident in supporting my sons, now knowing (or being reminded!) of the terms myself."
"A great workshop which opened my eyes to the wealth of resources available. Helpful 'takeaways. Feeling encouraged and enthused!"
"Very helpful, Lots of tools and ideas to communicate the subject in an interesting manner."
BANANAGRAMS 2016 NATIONAL FINAL
PUNCTUALITY 'The Politeness of Kings'
The cup goes to the classmates who have pulled together and achieved the best punctuality this week, being in class and ready to work at 8.50am.
Great start to the school year. Very few children arriving late.
The winners of the cups are:
09.09.16 KS1/EYFS Y2 Seahorses & Y2 Turtles KS2 Y3 Leopards
16.09.16 KS1/EYFS Y1 Squirrels & Y2 Turtles KS2 Y4 Jaguars
23.09.16 KS1/EYFS YR Penguins & Y2 Turtles KS2 Y3 Leopards
Latest School events Events
- Year 4 Visit to Hampton Court04Oct2016
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Year 6 Visit to Preston Manor04Oct2016
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Click the image to see more photos from our afternoon tea party to celebrate the Queen's birthday.