welkom - 歡迎光臨 - bienvenue - स्वागत - willkommen - પધારો - bienvenido - సుస్వాగతం - hoşgeldiniz - 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

It's Hanukkah - the 8 day Jewish Festival of Lights. Wishing all our Jewish families and friends a wonderful festival and happiness, peace and fulfilment for the year ahead.

keeping it routine


A covid risk assessment/recovery plan remains in place. Please play your part: stay informed and follow the rules.

  • The one-way system to bring and collect children remains in place until we inform you otherwise.

  • One adult only bringing children to help us reduce risk on a narrow playground.

  • Wear a face covering (this is expected unless exempt whenever on the school grounds).

  • Follow the guidance in the community e.g. get a PCR test if you or someone in your household has symptoms that might be coronavirus.

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

Five daily routines form part of our curriculum for SMSC - spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.

Autumn - ourselves

Spring - others

Summer - our world

Monday Message


A recorded assembly for the children and message on Google Classroom, sometimes with a Blog for adults in our school community.

Tune on Tuesday


Something to listen to that shares our passion for music with the wider thinking in school that week, shared in a live assembly with two phases.

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


A live assembly for two phases with a message on Google Classroom and sometimes with a Blog for adults in our school community

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.

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

Marcel Proust

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

MORE website UPDATES

  1. Information from Transition Northwich about event this Sunday about planned incinerator at Lostock [16/11]

  2. Admin Assistant post coming shortly [12/11]

  3. Updated Communication page [12/11]

  4. Important updates to News and Covid FAQs regarding routine Covid testing [12/11]

  5. Want to help your child with Maths or English? - free courses for parents and carers [09/11]

  6. The latest two blogs share how understanding and shared values between home and in school can be of benefit to everybody. One from Ms S and one from Mrs R-B [09/11]

  7. KFA and Christmas events [04/11]

  8. Covid outbreak news [01/11]

  9. New parent protection guide - Netflix [22/10]

  10. Communication for all parents bringing and collecting children from the playground [22/10]

  11. Latest news from Health Protection and FAQ on members of household being infected - requirements for children attending school [21/10]

  12. News on Testing including letter from Director of Public Health, Attendance and Junior Safety Officers' page updated [20/10]

  13. Covid FAQs updated [19/10]

  14. Northwich Pupil Parliament - our MPs are seeking the views of their constituents before the first session next week [15/10]

  15. Thursday Thought this week builds on messages about infection rates sent home yesterday and News on discussion with CW&C Outbreak Management for Covid re Maths in UKS2 and before and after school care [14/10]

  16. IMPORTANT INFORMATION RE COVID [13/10]

  17. Public Health CW&C Covid information regarding our school [12/10]

  18. Important - Covid, financial hardship and staff news [07/10]

  19. Letter re Parents and Carers Evening 12th October [05/10]

  20. Letter re Operation Encompass in partnership with Cheshire Police [01/10]

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