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Cricket Junior Flyer 2018

Childcare Needs Assessment – download

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Meet the Teachers


Ofsted Report Jun

Governors Ltr – Ofsted


Clubs List – Spring Term 2018




Parent View


Early Years News

Years 1 & 2 News

Years 3 & 4 News

Years 5 & 6 News


Term Dates 2017-18

2017-18 Diary Dates


Key Dates

Tue 27 Mar

Parent Consultations Y2 only (3.30-5.30pm)

SATs and Kingswood Meeting (6pm – Y6 only)

Wed 28 Mar

Parent Consultations Y2 only (3.30-5.30pm)

Thu 29 Mar

End of Term 4

Cake sale after school

Mon 16 Apr

Start of Term 5

Fri 27 Apr

PTA Discos

Mon 30 Apr

Attendance Information Meeting (6.30pm)

Wed 23 May

Year 3 Trip to Dover Museum

School Dinners


Cost £2.20

Rota 26 Mar – 5,6,3,4

Rota 16 Apr – 6,3,4,5

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  Uniform Shop

Please avoid Monday mornings and Friday afternoons if possible

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eSafety Workshop

eSafety Helpdesk

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Ethos & Values

The more we expect of ourselves, and one another, the more we can achieve. At Staplehurst School we believe that academic excellence will be achieved by developing a positive attitude towards a learning culture, together with high expectations and a commitment to all aspects of life at school.

For further information please see the Prospectus. We also invite you to explore our website, which provides current and relevant information and should give you a good sense of what school life is like for children in our care.



In order to ensure that our school is right for your child, we encourage you to come and see us during the working day and experience it first-hand. Please contact us and we will be happy to arrange a visit to tour the school with the Headteacher and answer any questions you may have. 

For information please refer to the admissions area of the website which provides details on the criteria for admission and over-subscription, our published admission number and how to apply.



Staplehurst School strives to be an effective learning organisation in which everyone is improving and extending their learning skills. The school follows the National Curriculum. Details of our school’s interpretation of the national curriculum can be found in the Curriculum area of the website whilst further details including phonics/reading scheme please see the curriculum statement and individual subject policies on the Policies page