On Saturday, 25th August, 4 Chiddingstone mums are walking a 55k stretch of the South Coast Challenge to raise money for the SEN department. The wonderful “Sole Sisters” training for this event are: Sam Comfort, Alice Lancaster, Donna Burch and Sarah Wheeler. Please visit their Just Giving page on the link below:
In recent years, our school has successfully embraced change and expansion. As a recently converted Academy, we continue to look to the future and adapt.
Chiddingstone Church of England School provides a family orientated education for local children which is underpinned by our strong Christian values. High expectations are set to challenge our children to achieve their potential and beyond in secure and happy surroundings, where no one area of success is deemed to be superior to another. Members of staff respond sensitively, support the needs of every child and are committed to fostering a love of learning through a vibrant and enriching curriculum. At Chiddingstone, difference is celebrated, every child is valued and makes an important contribution to our unique school.
Ightham Mote provided the perfect opportunity for pond dipping, mini beast hunting and den building for Year 4.
After a gloomy start to the day, the clouds parted and the sun shone as the children delighted the audience with their singing and dancing.
Along with 7 other primary schools from the Diocese, Year 6 children made thanksgiving key chains, memory boxes, sorry stones and more during their workshops before enjoying a picnic lunch in front of Rochester Castle.
Wakehurst Place provided the perfect backdrop for Year 2 and their Scented Garden topic