Message for parents

School is currently only open to pupils of Critical Workers & Vulnerable pupils – COVID-19

The DfE guidance for children of Critical Workers has changed since w/c 05/01/21 – “Children with at least one parent or carer who is a critical worker can go to school or college if required, but parents and carers should keep their children at home if they can.”

Information regarding arrangements, parental advice and funding can be accessed via our Key Information – COVID-19 Arrangements & Advice   

Our School

Nurturing life-long learning!

Here at Kilmington Primary School we value the talents of every individual.  We nurture a strength of character in all our pupils and provide a range of opportunities.  This encourages an aspirational climate which enables all children to enjoy learning and achieve their potential; preparing them to live happy and fulfilled lives.

Our children have the benefits of a friendly, small school atmosphere while not being limited in any way.  We strive to encourage a family feel across our whole school community.  We aim for every pupil to leave Kilmington Primary School healthy, confident individuals who will have experienced a growing range of responsibilities as they move through the school.

We believe that there are three strands that nurture life-long learning, these have become the pillars underpinning our curriculum:  Resilience; Relationships and Learning.  We feel that these pillars work together: children need to develop resilience to be able to have good relationships which then lead to effective learning behaviours.  Our curriculum is designed to enable all learners to achieve their very best standards by strengthening and developing these strands in everything we do.  We have introduced characters to exemplify the strands: Wilbur Woodpecker, Samuel Squirrel, Betty Bee and Olive Owl.



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