At Smeeth CPS we aim to provide an educational environment where children can be safe, happy and stimulated. We offer a curriculum which will foster the intellectual, personal, social and physical development of each child.
Smeeth Community Primary School serves the village of Smeeth and the neighbouring area of Brabourne Lees. Smeeth is one of several villages to the east of Ashford not far from the North Downs. The school is fortunate in its site; there is an attractive playing field, split into two levels by a bank and a playground bordered by a large patio area. From the top of the playing field are views to the North Downs and from the upper school campus are views across Hatch Park. There is an excellent school hall, a canteen and a junior library. The schoolhouse is now part of the school’s working area and contains the Headteacher’s office, the Secretary’s office, reception, and an upstairs storage area and staffroom. There are five classrooms, two in the recently rebuilt and refurbished Victorian building and three in the building that includes the hall.
Dear Parents, TERM 4 NEWSLETTER The prolonged winter weather which is holding back the arrival of spring has given us some bonus sledging sessions but has played havoc with sporting fixtures and outdoor activities. It may be just as well that this year’s May Fair will be held a week later than [...]
Dear Parents and Carers, TERM 3 NEWSLETTER The January snow is now just a memory but for a couple of days it gave pupils and staff plenty of enjoyment on the school field bank. Over 90 sledges were in school on the Monday which must be a school record. Term [...]
Dear Parents/Carers, End of Term 2 Newsletter It was good to see a crowd of you at the P.F.S. Christmas Bazaar. Thank you to those of you who donated items for stalls, helped get ready (and clear up!) and ran stalls. Smeeth pupils had a great time and the Parents and Friends [...]
Dear Parents, TERM 2 NEWSLETTER The school’s later than usual Firework Night ran well, was well supported and was enjoyed by all who attended. The P.F.S. took £2229 on the night; the fireworks cost £685 so a profit of £1544 was made on the event. If this is match funded by Barclays, [...]
Dear Parents/Carers, OCTOBER NEWSLETTER Thank you for your support of our harvest celebrations. It was good to see many of you at the Harvest Assembly and the collection of tins, packets and other gifts made a great display. Thanks also to those of you who helped to sort the harvest boxes and [...]