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Welcome to Chevening (St Botolph's) CE Primary School       

'Together we learn, believe and achieve.’                                                                                  

 

Here at Chevening (St. Botolph's) Church of England Aided Primary School, we aim to serve our community by providing   an excellent education for pupils of all abilities and backgrounds in the context of Christian belief and practice. We promote Christian values and spiritual development through the experiences we offer to all of our pupils and encourage an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith.

Children are, of course, the heart of our school community. All the adults in the school unite in building a school which aims to give our children the very best education; academically, morally, socially and spiritually.

Each child is a highly valued member of our school family; someone who will be nurtured, encouraged and supported with the aim that their full and rounded potential will be realised.

We develop our children’s love and enthusiasm for learning by encouraging them to:

  • enjoy the challenge in their learning and be prepared to take risks and stretch themselves
  • develop their creativity, physical abilities and aesthetic awareness through a broad, balanced and rich curriculum
  • develop their personal, social and moral values and their understanding of the Christian faith
  • develop their awareness, understanding and respect for the diverse culture in which they live
  • develop their self-confidence whilst instilling an attitude of respect and kindness towards others

The school receives applications for admissions from families all over Sevenoaks and the surrounding villages. In most years we allocate places in all our admissions categories; this includes distance from the school with no family church attendance. There are seven single age classes of thirty children aged between 4 and 11.

                      

 

Page last updated:  Monday 1 February 2016

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