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19th July 2019
Message from Chalkwell Bus Company.
As you may already be aware, the A2 is shut through Newington which will disrupt the school buses this afternoon. The official diversion is via the M2, but we have a lot of children to get home to Lower Halstow, Newington and Upchurch. We have a difficult job to do, and it will require Newington children to either walk from Key St or the Tuck Inn, or be collected from there.
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The Sittingbourne School is a large non-selective school and was judged by Ofsted in November 2017 as a ‘Good’ school.
We believe that all learners need to feel safe and secure in school in order for them to reach their full potential. We have established a culture of respect for each other and pride in academic achievement for all learners.
Our objective is to ensure success for every student so that when they leave us they are well rounded, confident individuals, well equipped to take their place in the work place or further education. We are very proud of the culture and ethos that exists in the school which is continually evolving and developing to ensure that all students benefit from our extensive systems of support.
We are a large secondary school, divided into four communities. There are three communities for Year 7 through to 10: Aquila, Orion and Phoenix. Year 11 and the Sixth Form, together, make up the Archer Community.
Each community is led by a team of staff who will ensure that your child is supported both academically and pastorally. If you wish to contact a member of staff from the community, please go to our contact page.
We offer our pupils a broad curriculum with a sharp focus on high expectations for all. Pupils are encouraged to be ready to learn and our School Message, Classroom Code and Site Code are designed to foster respect and hard work.
We also have specialist units at the school: one for deaf pupils and one for pupils with speech and language difficulties. A place in either unit is governed by the local authority and pupils must have a statement of special educational need.