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Our Christian Values: Respect, Self Worth/Perseverance, Forgiveness, Kindness and Love

On a voyage of discovery; flourishing together in God’s love.

Our School Vision:

We strive to ensure that everyone within our community develops a love of learning and feels nurtured, valued and empowered. Our inclusive learning environment enables all to flourish and become the very best that God intended. Wittersham’s Christian Values weave throughout our rich curriculum, creating a foundation of support following Jesus’ example of love.

The Bible verse which underpins our Christian vision is:

1 Corinthians 13:4-7 New International Version

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonour others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

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Touring Wittersham School

A very warm welcome to Wittersham Church of England Primary School. We are extremely proud of our village school which is situated mid-way between Tenterden and Rye, set in an area of outstanding natural beauty and close to the church. We serve a range of rural areas and many families choose to travel in order to secure a place in our wonderful school.

Our children are treated as individuals and encouraged to become independent learners. We help pupils to develop enquiring minds, a thirst for challenge and a ‘can do’ attitude. Expectations for learning and behaviour are high and our extensive extracurricular and enrichment programme highlights our commitment to the individual. We aspire for our learning community to achieve high standards by equipping them with the skills to succeed and inspiring a lifelong love of learning. We consistently strive for high standards and excellent progress with every child at the centre of what we do.

As a Church of England school there is a strong Christian ethos and our school values of respect, kindness, self-worth/perseverance, forgiveness and love are promoted and embedded within our daily lives. Wittersham was judged to be ‘Outstanding’ in its 2017 church inspection (SIAMS) which celebrated the school’s strong Christian ethos and set of values. Ofsted judged the school to be ‘Good’ during its most recent inspection. The inspector described children’s experience of being at this school: “This is a happy and welcoming school. Christian values and a strong sense of community lie at the heart of this village school. Staff have caring relationships with pupils and know their families well. Pupils respond positively to leaders’ high expectations. Pupils want to do well, and they learn to persevere and not give up. They thrive within this trusting and harmonious environment” (HMI January 2020).

Come and see for yourselves, meet the children and see the school in action. We will be happy to show you around at any time.

Best wishes

Claire Frost Headteacher


Wittersham CEP School is a Safeguarding environment and we are committed to encouraging equality and diversity across all aspects of school life. ‘If, as parent of a pupil attending this school, you require a paper copy of the information on this website, we shall provide this free of charge.’


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Awards 2018/19

Sports Day Champions: Leeds

Swimming Gala Champions: Bodiam

House Point Champions: Bodiam and Leeds

Infant Sports Cup Winners: Tallulah and Soul

 

Contact Us

Wittersham CEP School
The Street, Wittersham
Tenterden, Kent
TN30 7EA
Tel: 01797270329
Fax: 01797270259

 

Our Values

At Wittersham Church of England Primary School we believe that every child must be nurtured, valued and empowered to have the highest aspirations for their future and to reach their full potential through the provision of a stimulating, innovative and creative curriculum. We want our learning community to achieve high standards by equipping them with the skills to succeed and inspiring a lifelong love of learning.

 

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