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Hartlip Endowed CE Primary
The Street
Hartlip, Sittingbourne
Kent, ME9 7TL
Tel: 01795 842473
Fax: 01795 843148

Headteacher: Mrs. T Jerome
Chair of Governors: Rev. J Staniforth

Office Manager: Mrs. J Warncken
Email: office@hartlip.kent.sch.uk

 

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Bright Birds Breakfast Club 

Daily Provision from 7.30am

Choice of breakfast, fresh juices and child care until start of school at 8.45am.

                                     Cost: £3

Please email the office in advance to make a booking 

 Night Owls After School Care

Available daily on a sessional basis as required: 

3.15pm-4.45pm: drink, snack, fun and child care Cost: £6

4.15pm-6pm (following after school clubs) high tea, fun and child care Cost: £6

3.15pm-6pm: drink, snack, high tea, fun and child care Cost: £9

Hartlip school is pleased to offer this affordable wrap around care, meaning that our school is open to children from 7.30am-6pm. 

Childcare vouchers accepted 

Please make bookings via the school office. Emergency care available on demand. 

 

We will: Remember them!

Our school has been proud to participate in the community’s Act of Remembrance. Ready for the weekend, the hedges either side of the War Memorial were stunningly clothed with knitted poppies, representing the pledge of each member of our School Community for Peace. 

In church, children from Eagles Class displayed a Poppy Garden of Poetry, beautifully refelcting their personal thoughts. 

Today (Monday 11th November) at 11am, we gathered as a School Community at the War Memorial. We reflected on why we wear a poppy? 

Poppy, poppy, what do you say…. wear me on Remembrance day

Poppy, poppy what do you tell…many people in battle fell 

Poppy, poppy what should we know….peace on earth should grow, grow, grow

We are thankful to those who gave their lives for the freedom we enjoy today. WE pledge ourselves to working for peace in our future: 

Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me

This week, we celebrated Kindness Week.

Why so?

We begin the week with our School Act of Remembrance
We remember those who gave their tomorrow for our today and pledge ourselves to the promise of peace. Our School Christian Value of Peace is the focus for this week.
 
The week incorporates Interfaith Week
Inter Faith Week aims to strengthen good inter-faith relations, increase awareness of different and distinct faith communities and increase understanding between people of religious and non-religious belief.

On Wednesday we celebrate World Kindness Day. World Kindness Day is celebrated annually on 13th November. On this day, participants attempt to make the world a better place by celebrating and promoting good deeds and pledging acts of kindness, either as individuals or as organisations.

Eagles Class will experience what it was like first hand to serve on the seas in the Second World War. They will visit the Dockyard and ‘crash out’ on HMS Cavalier. They will enjoy their supper in the Officers’ Mess. 

On Friday we will support Children in Need. Children will come dressed in anything Pudsey… yellow, bears, dots… their  creative choice. Worship Council will be on hand with their collecting buckets and will be decorating Pudsey Cakes to sell at playtime. 
We look forward to a week full of kindness. 

Community Lunch takes place on the First Wednesday of every month during school term time @ 12.30pm. It is our way of welcoming and caring for our community. Those in attendance receive a roast dinner and are well looked after and entertained by our children.

The cost is £3 and we ask that bookings are made in advance, at least a week prior to the event by making contact with us when you may like to make a specific menu choice. Please do join us. Bookings can be made by

  • email: office@hartlip.kent.sch.uk
  • telephone: 01795 842473
  • or calling in to the school office.

Dates for your diary: 

  • Wednesday 4th December: A special Christmas event!

We look forward to welcoming you 

 

Our school seeks to be a happy place, with a welcoming atmosphere, built on mutual respect with confidence and understanding between parents, children, staff and governors.

 

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