Ulcombe Church of England Primary School is a small Christian school located in the village of Ulcombe in the Weald of Kent.
As part of the ASPIRE Federation, we aim to be an outstanding school at the heart of our culturally diverse communities. We strive for excellence, enabling our children to achieve their highest potential in all areas of the curriculum.
We are passionate about our school and about bringing out the best in the pupils as well as the staff.
We have a dedicated team of teachers and support staff who provide the children with as many opportunities as possible to learn in a fun and exciting way. Our pupils are equipped with the skills they need to make good progress through their primary education so they can confidently make the transition to secondary school.
Throughout the whole school, we are very proud of our uniqueness and the support we are able to offer the Gypsy Roma Traveller community.
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Here are a few comments from our children:
- ‘At this school I get to do music and dance and it is lovely to be in. I love school!’ A.M Year R
- ‘I like that we can play and that all my friends are here. I love the homework I get – school is fun!’ A.C Year 1
- ‘I like it at Ulcombe because there are lots of different things to do. The school is a happy place and makes me happy. I have friends here.’ A.G Year 1
- ‘I like P.E because I do gymnastics and I can play football with my friends at lunchtime.’ T.S Year 4
- ‘I like this school because we have lots of computers which we get to use a lot which really helps me to learn. I like the outdoor gym equipment we have and the lessons are really good.’ K.H Year 6
We are a good school!
When Ofsted last visited our school, we were rated as Good across all areas.
‘Ulcombe is a small, welcoming, inclusive school with a Christian ethos.’
‘Pupils are made very welcome when they join the school. New pupils settle quickly and easily slot into the school’s routines.’
‘Pupils show respect for each other and adults in the school, including visitors. There is very little low-level disruption during lessons, which helps pupils to concentrate on learning.;
‘Teachers’ high expectations mean that pupils behave well, work hard and make good progress from their starting points.’
Learn more about our school:
- understand our ethos
- view our latest inspection and performance reports
- meet our staff and Governors
- how we fulfil the values of being a Church of England school
- and more
Useful information for parents:
- our school day and classes
- our school uniform
- term dates
- read our letters home
- support the Friends of Ulcombe School (FUS)
- and more
Read and understand our policies:
- admissions to our school
- attendance and punctuality
- school behaviour
- how to make complaints and compliments to the school
- safeguarding and child protection
- and more