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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. 

 

As we prepare for transition; a time when children move class, school and start school, we have brought the very core of our learning the principal of Growth Mindset. 

Our focus in Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies week, was not only about keeping our bodies healthy, but extending that awareness to our minds also.  We had a great week, keeping healthy every morning by starting the day with exercise. We then focussed on ways to keep our minds healthy. We have learnt how to meditate and how to flex our minds. Parents have also been invited in to school to learn more about this focus and as we move in to the new academic year, this principal will be placed at the core of all of our learning. It is our aim to become a Growth Mindset School. 

We are learning about Koinonia which is the establishment of the Early Church. 

In Worship, we have been looking at the important themes underpinning the development of the Early Church: Respect, togetherness, sharing everything, dividing and giving away, meeting together every day, eating together, happiness, joyful hearts, praising God, liked by all people.

At this very important time of the year when the focus is very much on transition, We feel that the important themes of the Early Church apply to our school.

As we prepare to move on on our educational journey, either by moving class, moving schools or starting school, may the important themes and values of the Early Church underpin our school too. 

May the peace of the Lord Christ go with you,
Wherever he may send you.
May he guide you through the wilderness,
Protect you through the storm.
May he bring you back rejoicing once again into our doors.

We wish everyone a very happy summer holiday!

Thank you all for a wonderful year: 

*  To our teachers and school staff who work so hard

* To our Governors who strategically manage our school

* To our Trustees who look after the building

* To our PTFA who work so hard to support the provision of activities and experiences to  make our learning fun

* To parents and carers in in our school community who support their children and our school

* To our children for being simply wonderful and treasured members of our school community

We thank you all

Stay safe, enjoy each other and we look forward to welcoming you back to school on Thursday 5th September

 

We have launched a new initiative and that is a Community Lunch. This takes place on the First Wednesday of every month during school term time. 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, telephone or calling in to the school office. 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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