welkom - 歡迎光臨 - Ласкаво просимо - bienvenue - स्वागत - willkommen - ברוכים הבאים - પધારો - bienvenido - సుస్వాగతం - hoşgeldiniz - أهلا بك - witajcie - 歡迎 - laipni lūdzam - Добро пожаловать! - welcome - స్వాగత - bem vinda - желанный - bienvenidas - ברוך הבא - bonjour

kingsmead primary schooL

we care for ourselves, other people, and our environment

Some updated information on how classes are organised in EYFS, KS1 and LKS2. Noite the three classes split by age changes at the end of year 4 where we have three parallel UKS2 classes.
Year 3 are sharing their Recorder learning Monday

10 classes - 7 year groups - 4 phases - 1 school

Five daily routines are an important part of our curriculum for spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.

Autumn - ourselves

Spring - other people

Summer - the environment

Monday Message


A message for children about thinking for the week. Sometimes shared with families through the headteachers' blog.

Tune on Tuesday


Something to listen to that shares our passion for music with the wider thinking in school that week. Shared in Year 1-6 assembly.

Words on Wednesday


Whether a poem or exploration of the fantastic English language, we look at the week's theme through a language lens.

Thursday Thought


Assemblies on the theme for the week, differentiated for yonnger and older children.
  • EYFS and Key Stage 1
  • Key Stage 2

Friday Fable


A story that may reflect on the week's thinking or look forward to the following week. And sometimes just a wonderful story for pleasure. Shared on Google classroom and available on the website for listening to at home.

The real voyage of discovery lies not in seeing new landscapes but in having new eyes.

Marcel Proust

What we owe future generations is the subject of growing debate ... But for me as a mother, the moral implications are very clear. We owe them clean air and fresh water, a healthy planet and a secure future.

Leonor Varela

We shall not cease from exploration

And at the end of all our exploring

Will be able to arrive where we first started

And know the place for the first time.

T.S. Eliot