We are a happy two form entry Primary and are proud of our reputation as a friendly and caring place where our children are encouraged to be the very best they can in all aspects of school life. Our children have a strong voice here; from our School Council to our House Captains, pupil leadership is highly valued and there are lots of opportunities for children to contribute to our school community.
Our children have a strong voice here; from our School Council to our House Captains, pupil leadership is highly valued and there are lots of opportunities for children to contribute to our school community.
At Miers Court Primary School we believe in promoting a lifelong love of learning for everyone. We believe that creating inspirational experiences will foster independence and build self-belief allowing learners to constantly grow.
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The KS2 playground fence has had a bit of a face lift this week! Lots of new activity panels have been installed, purcha...
23/11/29 00:00:0029 Nov 2023
Year 6 hosted their first sale of the year in order to raise money for the children's 'Lasting Gift'. They w...
23/11/09 00:00:009 Nov 2023
We are delighted to share with you some fantastic news about work that has been going on in the school grounds over half...
23/10/18 00:00:0018 Oct 2023
We are delighted to announce that we have achieved the School Games Bronze Mark Award for the 2022/23 academic year. The...
We’d like to say a huge welcome and well done to our newest members of the Miers Court community, our new Bumblebees and Dragonflies. The children came in brilliantly for their first day today, had fun exploring their new setting and making new friends. https://t.co/zMTLhJTeH3
As you know, we usually celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight at this time of the year and you may be wondering why this year is different. Our usual celebrations will go ahead – including the very popular 'chocolate raffle' – but this will now happen in September. This is because the Fairtrade Foundation is coinciding Fairtrade Fortnight with its 30th Anniversary and the celebrations will be bigger than ever! Keep an eye out for further details which will be shared towards the end of the school year.
Year 4 are learning about States of Matter. The children made predictions about what might happen to a block of ice and, over time they observed it change from a solid to a liquid. Keira told us "I enjoyed holding the ice, I found it melted faster when I held it, from the warmth of my body than being sat in the tray." Micah told us "Ice can melt quickly in your hand changing from a solid to liquid but it was very cold!"
Get ready for World Book Day! We have lots of exciting activities planned to celebrate the love of reading. Each child will receive a FREE £1 book token to exchange for one of these brilliant books! Check your emails for more information, but here are some quick reminders; Monday - children are invited to create and wear a hat inspired by a book, or book character. Monday or Tuesday - children are welcome to bring in a book they'd like to donate, in exchange for a token that they can then use to choose a different book on World Book Day. Thursday- children are invited to; dress as any book character, a wolf or another wild animal, have wild hair or wear wild animal-print clothes to tie in with our whole school focus book "Wild". Thursday - children who would prefer not to dress up are invited to create a potato book buddy and bring this into school. Those who do want to dress up are also welcome to bring a potato book buddy to school- the more book buddies the better A sponsored read is already happening and will run until World Book day (7th March).
As part of children's mental health week, year 5 and 6 reminded themselves how amazing they all are. They shared their ideas on how to think positively and spent time recognising what makes each and every one of them special and unique
Below, you can find a list of charities and locations that provide free food support in Medway, along with their opening times and contact information.
We are holding two further limited capacity School Tours in January. These tours are an opportunity to see the school in action, and speak to our Head of School or a member of the Senior Leadership team, as well as getting an opportunity to speak to pupils. Each tour is limited to a maximum of 8 families and booking must be made in advance by contacting the school office.
For a full list of available dates, as well as contact details for booking, please click the link below.
With rising costs for energy bills and food prices, we thought it might be helpful to signpost people to support that could be available to you. We have put together a page of information which you may find useful. You can find it at the bottom of the page below, under "Signposting for Additional Support"
Punctuality and attendance play a huge role in your child's education. Arriving just 5 minutes late each day is the equivalent of losing 3.5 school days in the year! Getting your child to school on time really matters.