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"St Simon's mission is to work, learn, pray and play together to fulfil God's unique plan for each and every one of us."

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  • Weekly News 27 January 2023

    Fri 27 Jan 2023

    Dear Parents and Carers

     

    “The goal of our life is to experience God’s own happiness - a gift to every person.”

     

    On Thursday you should have received a copy of the OFSTED report following the inspection of the school on 30th November and the 1st December. Please take the time to read the report carefully.

     

    The inspection team recognised that everyone at the school wants pupils to achieve their very best and that we are working hard alongside our Trust to make this happen.

     

    As you read the report you will see there were many positive aspects of the school observed during the inspection, including the positive impact we have made by introducing a new reading curriculum, and the effective teaching of mathematics.

     

    The children’s behaviour and personal development are real strengths of the school. Well done children!

     

    However, it is disappointing for us to read that the school’s grading has changed from “Good” overall to “Requires Improvement” in some areas.

     

    We have been working hard to further develop our plans for: reading, writing and the wider curriculum; however, during the inspection there was not enough time for us to fully demonstrate and evidence the impact in some of these areas by the time the inspection was carried out.

     

    I would like to assure you that we will continue to work tirelessly on all aspects of improving our school and the education we provide for all the children in our care.

     

    The positive effects of this work are, as you are no doubt aware, already evident in the enjoyment and the learning of all the children.

     

    If you have any questions or queries regarding the report please don’t hesitate to ask.

     

    The report can be found here: https://www.st-simon.kent.sch.uk/ofsted-reports/

     

    Teachers Strike Action

    You may be aware from media coverage National Education Union have declared strike action, which will take place on:

     

    Wednesday 1 February 2023

    Thursday 2 March 2023

    Wednesday 15 March 2023

    Thursday 16 March 2023

    The strike is happening because of a national dispute between the unions and the government over teacher’s pay and not because of any issues at our school.

     

    I can confirm that the school will remain open as usual so please send your child into school as normal. Should this change in the future we will let parents and carers know as soon as possible.

     

    Parking Again?

    We still have a number of parents and carers who park inconsiderately and often illegally outside the school. The Yellow Zig Zag lines are there to help keep everyone safe. If you park on these lines you are disregarding the safety of the children and other parents.

     

    If you are one of the parents who is parking inconsiderately or illegally PLEASE STOP and think about the safety of others.

     

    School Uniform

    Please ensure that your child is wearing the correct school uniform and make sure that all items are clearly labelled with your child’s name.

    We have a number of items of uniform going missing so this weekend can all parents check their child has brought home their own items of uniform.

    Can I remind parents that school shoes should be worn as part of our uniform and not boots.

     

    Reminder

    If there is an incident involving pupils at school, parents and carers should contact the school with regards to resolving the incident. The school will then deal with the incident and take any necessary action which may include contacting the other child’s parents. Please do not contact other parents directly if there are disputes between children at school as this sometimes can make things worse.

     

    This week’s Amazing Fact

    “Tug of War was an Olympic Sport.” Hanoc Year 5

     

    With best wishes

     

    Peter McCabe

  • Weekly News Friday 20 January

    Fri 20 Jan 2023

    Dear Parents and Carers

     

    “The family is a community of love where each of us learns to relate to others and to the world around us.” Pope Francis

     

    Singing in at Sunday Mass 15th January

    Congratulations to all the children that supported the singing at Mass last Sunday. Their beautiful singing was very much appreciated by the Parish. The children’s singing helps to make the celebration of Mass that little bit more special. Well done children.

     

    Cold Weather

    We have been experiencing very cold weather over the last few days and while we haven’t experienced any real significant disruption to school by snow can I draw parent’s attention to our “Severe Snow/Ice” page on our website which outlines what we will do if we have any extended periods of bad weather. https://www.st-simon.kent.sch.uk/severe-snowice-plan/

    As with any period of disruption we will only close the school if we have no alternative or if the conditions make getting to school too dangerous for the children and the staff.

     

    Lost Property

    We have in school quite a large amount of lost property that we will put out for parents to reclaim when weather conditions allow for this.

    We always do our very best to return items which are lost to their rightful owners however many items in our “Lost Property” aren’t named so this makes it very hard for us to return these.

    Please can all parents this weekend make sure that all uniform items are clearly named so that if they are lost we can return them.

     

    Parking

    This is becoming an issue around the school again with complaints from neighbours about parents parking or turning in their drives. It has been reported to me that some parents are parking cars leaving the engines running and their cars unattended. This is not only dangerous but also illegal under Section 42 of the Road Traffic Act 1988. This is also very bad for the environment and quality of air outside the school!

    I have once again contacted Kent Police and have been assured that they will be visiting the area soon and will take any necessary action that may be required!

     

    Additional Bank Holiday Monday 8th May 2023

    Monday the 8th of May is now an additional Bank Holiday to allow everyone to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles. School is closed for all pupils on this day.

     

    This Week’s Amazing Fact

     

    “Ketchup used to be used as a medicine.” Hanoc Year 5

     

    Best wishes

     

    Peter McCabe

  • Weekly News 13 January 2023

    Fri 13 Jan 2023

    Dear Parents and Carers

     

    “Example makes a much greater impression on the mind and heart than just words.”  St John Baptist de la Salle

     

    Multi-cultural Fortnight

    This week we finished our multi-cultural fortnight where the children have been taking part in celebrating other cultures and religions.

    In our very diverse community it is very important to celebrate, show respect and tolerance for the values and beliefs of others. If we all showed a little more tolerance and respect, then our world would be a more peaceful place.

    The children have produced some beautiful display work on what they have been learning over the last two weeks which is on display in the school hall.

     

    Friday Football

    Friday Football for years 4, 5 and 6 started up again this week. We had lower numbers than we would normally have so hopefully next week we will be back to full strength. If your child wishes to take up Friday Football, please speak to me or ask at the office for a consent letter.

     

    Children Supporting the Singing at Mass on Sunday

    This Sunday at 10:00a.m the children are invited to support the St Simon’s Parish with their singing. The children always sing beautifully and so we would like to see as many children as possible supporting the parish at Mass.

     

    Attendance

    With our new electronic registration system, we have a number of children who are regularly not making it into school before registration closes. This means that they have been marked as late or absent this is going to have impact on their attendance figures and could mean that we have to implement fixed penalty notices.

    Can I remind everyone that the children should be in class for 8:40a.m when the registration opens.

     

    This Weeks Amazing Fact

    “France has 12 time zones” Hanoc Year 5

    If any of the children have any amazing facts that they might like to include in this newsletter, please can they pass them onto me and they may get to feature.

     

    With Best wishes

     

    Peter McCabe

  • Weekly News Friday 6th January 2023

    Fri 06 Jan 2023

    Dear Parents and Carers

     

    “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11

     

    I would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year and hope that everyone had a good chance to get some rest and enjoyed the Christmas Holidays.

     

    At the beginning of this new calendar year I would like to give everyone a few reminders so that we can all get the New Year off to a good start.

     

    Electronic Registration

    We are now using a new electronic registration system to record pupil’s attendance. The register opens at 8:40a.m this means that we expect the children to be in their classroom at this time. The register closes at 8:55a.m.

     

    If your child is not in their classroom at 8:40a.m they will be marked as late. If they are not in their classroom by 8:55a.m when the register closes they will be marked absent for the whole morning session.

     

    If a child is consistently absent or late this could result in a penalty notice and a fine. This is in line with government guidance on attendance.

     

    School Uniform

    All children are expected to wear the correct school uniform. Please consult our School Uniform Policy on our website if in any doubt over correct uniform.

     

    Parking

    Even though we are only in the first week of a new term I have already received complaints from our neighbours regarding parents parking over their drives and even parking on their drives!

    Please can everyone show respect and consideration to others when dropping off and picking up children.

     

    Acceptable Use Agreements for School ICT Systems

    Many thanks to everyone who signed and returned the Acceptable Use Agreement for school ICT systems. This is important as it acts as a reminder to the children about using our ICT systems appropriately. It is particularly important that parents make sure that the children understand fully the reasons for this agreement.

     

    If you haven’t yet returned your child’s signed agreement please do so as soon as possible.

     

    Latest Online Safety Newsletter

    Our latest online safety newsletter for parents has been published on the Latest News tab on our school website. The newsletter provides useful advice and tips on how to help keep the children safe while using online resources.

     

    Admissions to Reception for September 2023

    16th January 2023 is the closing date for admissions for reception class in September 2023.

     

    Parents need to apply online https://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children/schools/school-places/primary-school-places and complete our Supplementary Application Form which must be returned to the school.

    If both of these are not completed unfortunately a child may not be offered a place at St Simon’s.

     

    Amazing Fact

    This year I am hoping to include an amazing fact provided by the children so if you have any amazing facts please send them into school by Thursday each week and I will include one each week in the Newsletter.

     

    Africa is the only continent which is in all four hemispheres on the Earth. Hanoc Year 5

    With best wishes

     

    Peter McCabe

  • Weekly News Friday 16th December 2022

    Fri 16 Dec 2022

    Dear Parents and Carers

     

    "Christmas is most truly Christmas when we celebrate it by giving the light of love to those who need it most." Pope Francis

     

    St Simon’s Carol Service

    On Thursday the children in Key Stage 2 led our Christmas Carol Service in St Simon’s Church. This was a very festive occasion the children sang beautifully and filled all who attended with a little festive cheer.

    Congratulations to all the children and to Mrs Withey-Harrison our music teacher for this very special occasion.

     

    Christmas Fayre

    Many thanks to all who supported our Christmas Fayre last week. This event was a great success even though it did get extremely cold. I am very pleased to announce that we raised over £1400 which is fantastic. The money raised will allow us to carry out work such as the mural that was recently painted at the front of the school. Well done one and all for such a great fund raising effort.

     

    Farewell Mrs Chapman

    Today at our end of term Mass we said goodbye to Mrs Chapman our Early Years Leader as she leaves us to take up another position in a new school. We will all miss Mrs Chapman and I would like to thank her for all the work she has done for the school and the children. I am sure that you will join me in wishing Mrs Chapman the very best of luck.

    Mrs Chapman will be handing the class over to Mrs Macdonald and Mrs Ling until February then Mrs Morrison returns to the school and she and Mrs Macdonald will then share the class.

     

    Congratulations to Year 6

    Well done Year 6 they won our “Reading for Pleasure Challenge” designing a book jacket for “The Beaver That Built Christmas”. Year 6 will be able to choose a book to purchase for their class library.

     

    Electronic Registration

    From the beginning of next term, we are introducing an electronic registration system which means the children will have to be in school on time- there will be no allowances for lateness.

    The register will open at 8:40a.m and close at 8:55a.m. anyone registered after this time will be given an unauthorised absence unless there is a very specific reason e.g. severe weather.

     

    Letter from our Chair of Governors

    The children received a letter from our Chair of Governors Mrs Marcia Stevens. The letter is posted on our Latest News Tab on our website.

     

    Kent Catholic Schools Partnership

    Our Trusts Latest Newsletter can be found here:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TiycQ2fidOaD6qiBV938GFEMLy_PrEzv/view?usp=share_link

     

    School Reopens

    School reopens for all pupils on Tuesday 3rd January 2023.

    Finally, many thanks for the kind thoughts, Christmas cards and presents they are very much appreciated.

     

    On behalf of all at the school I would like to wish you all a very happy, holy and peaceful Christmas and a prosperous new year.

     

    Best wishes

     

    Peter McCabe

  • Friday 9th December 2022

    Fri 09 Dec 2022

    Dear Parents and Carers

     

    This week has had a real Christmassy feel to it with our two Nativity Performances and our Christmas Fayre which included a visit from Father Christmas.

     

    Nativity Performance

    Well done to all the children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 for their wonderful performance of their nativity. The children sang beautifully and helped to remind us about the true story of Christmas. Many thanks to all the parents and carers who came along to support the children.

     

    Christmas Fayre

    Today we held our Christmas Fayre which was very well-supported despite the freezing cold conditions. Many thanks to everyone for the donations leading up to the fayre and for joining us on the day.

     

    The Christmas Fayre would not have been such a success if it wasn’t for the people who help to organise and run the event. A great deal of work is done by only a few. A great big thank you to all for the tremendous work that is done for the good of all the children.

     

    We have a number of unclaimed raffle prizes for which we will contact the winners to arrange collection next week.

     

    Carol Service

    Next week on Thursday 15th December at 6:00p.m in St Simon’s Church we are holding our Key Stage 2 Carol Service.

     

    This is the first time we have held this event in the evening so we hope that as many children as possible attend. It promises to be a marvellous event as our singing at St Simon’s is a real strength of the school.

     

    Christmas Dinner

    On Wednesday 14th December is school Christmas Dinner Day the children are encouraged to wear their Christmas Jumpers on this day.

     

    End of Term Mass

    On Friday 16th December at 9:30a.m at St Simon’s Church we are joining Fr Hans for the celebration of our End of Term Mass. All are very welcome to attend.

     

    Christmas Parties

    On Friday 16th December we are holding our Christmas Parties. The children are asked to bring in their own plate of party food to eat- the school will provide the drinks and the party games! A great time will be had by all.

    As a reward for all their hard work the children can wear their own clothes on this day.

     

    Farewell Mrs Chapman

    Mrs Chapman our Early Years Leader will be leaving us at the end of this term to take up a position in a new school in January.

     

    I would like to thank Mrs Chapman for all the hard work she has done for the children of the school and wish her the very best in the future and in her new role.

     

    From January Mrs Macdonald and Mrs Ling will be teaching reception class until February when Mrs Morrison returns from maternity. Mrs Morrison will then work alongside Mrs Macdonald teaching in reception class.

     

    With best wishes

     

    Peter McCabe

  • Friday 2nd December 2022

    Sat 03 Dec 2022

    Dear Parents and Carers

    Advent is the time to prepare to celebrate Jesus’ birth –

    God’s arrival into our world in the person of Jesus.

    This week has been extremely busy as we welcomed an OFSTED inspection team into the school. Many thanks to everyone who completed the OFSTED parental survey as your views of the school are taken very seriously and mean a great deal to us.

    Unfortunately, we are not allowed to share how the inspection went until the report is officially published and we will make sure that all parents will receive a copy of this.

     

    Advent Liturgy

    Many thanks to the pupils who planned and led our Advent Liturgy on Thursday 1st December. The children did an amazing job delivering this to the rest of the school. Many thanks children you are St Simon’s Stars.

     

    Rescheduled Year 2 Parent Evening

    Unfortunately, due to OFSTED we had to reschedule the rescheduled parent evening for Year 2 as Mrs Hyczko had to take part in the inspection. We are now holding this on Thursday 8th December and original appointment times will remain. Hopefully everyone can still make their appointment.

    If you need a reminder of your appointment time or cannot make your appointment please contact the school office.

     

    Nativity Performances

    We have two planned performances for our Reception and Key Stage 1 Nativity. Wednesday 7th December at 9:30a.m and Thursday 8th December at 2:00p.m.

    This year we are not planning to operate a ticket system but ask parents to appreciate that due to fire regulations we can only fit a certain number of people in our school hall so can parents and carers be sensible when turning up to watch.

     

    Christmas Fayre

    Preparations are well underway for our Christmas Fayre on Friday 9th December at 2:00p.m.

     

    Like last year we are hoping to run this outdoors as this helped make the Fayre feel really festive. This will obviously be dependent on the weather.

     

    We always rely on help from parents and carers to help with the preparations leading up to the fayre and on the day so if you feel you can help please let the office know or speak to me on the school gate.

    We are asking for donations of cakes on the day of the fayre for our cakes/refreshments stall so all donations will be greatly appreciated.

     

    Please note that children need to be accompanied by a parent or carer if they wish to attend the Christmas Fayre so please turn up at 2:00p.m to take your child to the Fayre.

     

    School Mural

    The school mural painted by Artist Rob Turner is now completed and we all need to acknowledge the terrific work that Rob has done. He has really captured the children’s ideas and reproduced these so that we will be able to enjoy them for years to come.

     

    Rob has really exceeded all our expectations and has gone way beyond what we had originally planned and asked him to do.

    A great big thank you to Rob for all that he has done for us.

     

    With best wishes

     

    Peter McCabe

  • Weekly News Friday 25 November 2022

    Fri 25 Nov 2022

    Dear Parents and Carers

    “The Lord is coming. May we await him with open hearts!” Pope Francis

     

    This Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent the season when we make preparations for the celebration of Christmas. It is also a time of hope as we think about Jesus’ return at the end of time. Advent is a time to make a fresh start.

     

    School Christmas Fayre

    Preparations are well underway for our Christmas Fayre on Friday 9th December like last year we are hoping to run this outdoors as this helped make the Fayre feel really festive. This will obviously be dependent on the weather.

     

    We always rely on help from parents and carers to help with the preparations leading up to the fayre and on the day so if you feel you can help please let the office know or speak to me on the school gate.

    Most importantly we need you to join us for the fayre.

     

    Many thanks to all Santa’s little helpers who have helped to wrap presents and help prepare our colour raffle etc. Many thanks for all the donations to date they are very much appreciated.

    Next Friday we are holding another non-school uniform day in return for bottles for our bottle stall (Nice bottles that mums and dads may like to drink!)

     

    School Christmas Dinner

    School Christmas Dinner Day is on Wednesday 14th December. If you wish your child to have a school Christmas dinner, please can you make sure that you order this using the form sent out last week by Friday 2nd December.

    All children in Reception, Year 1 and 2 are entitled to a free meal but our school cook needs to the forms back so that she can make sure she orders enough food for everyone.

    Children in KS2 unless they are entitled to benefits related free school meals have to pay £2.59 in advance using their Parent Pay account.

     

    School Nativity

    We have two planned performances for our Reception and Key Stage 1 Nativity. Wednesday 7th December at 9:30a.m and Thursday 8th December at 2:00p.m.

    Last year because of COVID we had to restrict numbers and make this a ticket event. This year we are not planning to operate a ticket system but ask parents to appreciate that due to fire regulations we can only fit a certain number of people in our school hall so can parents and carers be sensible when turning up to watch.

     

    Admissions for reception September 2023

    Just to remind Parents and Carers if you have a reception aged child for September 2023 you need to apply for a school place using an online application form which can be found https://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children/schools/school-places/primary-school-places

    Parents and Carers must complete a Supplementary Information Form for our school which can be found here https://www.st-simon.kent.sch.uk/admissions/

     

    Year 6 Homewood Assessment Day

    Homewood School hold their own assessment procedures for entry to their school. On Saturday 3rd December they are holding their assessment day. If you wish your child to attend Homewood School in September 2023 you must register your interest using this link:

    Please contact Admissions Officer, Lynn Castle by email l.castle@homewood.kent.sch.uk or phone 01580 764222 ext 2201 to find out further information.

     

    Year 2 Rescheduled Parents Evening

    Mrs Hyczko has now made a full recovery from her recent illness and we are rescheduling her postponed parent evening to Thursday 1st December using the existing appointment times. If you need a reminder or cannot make this time, please contact the school office.

    With best wishes for the Advent Season

     

     

    Peter McCabe

  • Weekly News Friday 18 November 2022

    Fri 18 Nov 2022

    Dear Parents and Carers

    “God is so merciful towards us. We too should learn to be merciful.” Pope Francis

    Well done to everyone who sponsored the children in their Sponsored Walk/Explosion of Colour. The money for this is still coming into school and so far we have raised £1266.92. This is a fantastic sum of money for just one event.

     

    Many thanks for to all for our non-school uniform events this week. The donations of stationary sets will go well to acts as gifts for Father Christmas’ sack at our Christmas Fayre on Friday 9th December.

    Well done for the donations towards “Children in Need” which is a charity that helps support children across the nation we raised £238

     

    Our Christmas Fayre is fast approaching and we could do with volunteers to help before and during the event to help make it a success. If you feel you can help please speak to myself or contact the school office.

     

    Next Friday we are holding another non-uniform event in return for donations for our “Colour Raffle” at the Christmas Fayre. The concept is quite simple the children are asked to bring in an item of their team colour to make up a hamper/prize e.g. St Matthew's Team colour red could bring in a pack of Coke or a packet of Kit Kats, St Mark's Team colour yellow a large pack of Quavers or a pair of yellow rubber gloves, St Luke's Team colour green Walkers Salt and vinegar, St John's Team colour blue salt and vinegar Pringles.... the more imaginative ideas the better.

     

    If you need any help with ideas please ask a member of staff.

     

    On Wednesday 16th November Fr. Hans celebrated Mass with Year 6 in their classroom this was the first time Fr Hans and the children have done this since before the first lock down.

     

    Next Wednesday 23rd November at 9:30a.m Fr. Hans will be celebrating Mass with Year 5 in their classroom. Parents and Carers are very welcome to join us.

     

    On Sunday 20th November is the Feast of Christ the King and children from our school choir will be joining the parish for this celebration at 10:00a.m. All are very welcome to join.

     

    A team of children from Year 4 took part in a Multi-skills Festival on Tuesday. The children thoroughly enjoyed taking part in the festival and returned to school very excited and wanted to share their experience with everyone. Many thanks to Mrs Dorman and Mr Hunt for accompanying the children to this event.

     

    There has been a great deal of illness across all classes recently and we have experienced a lot of absence among the children and the school staff hopefully. There seems to be a very nasty flu/cold virus (Not Covid) going around so hopefully this will soon pass.

     

    Mrs Hyczko isn’t quite back to full health as yet and so we will rearrange her postponed parent evening when she is feeling better.

     

    The school nurse team are visiting school on Monday 21 November to administer the flu vaccine to all children whose parents have given consent for this.

     

    Breakfast and Afterschool Club

    Our Afterschool Club is becoming very popular with parents, carers and the children. Please can parents remember that our clubs need to be booked in advance so that our staff can plan for the numbers of children that they have attending.

     

    A form for breakfast and after school club can be found on our website: https://www.st-simon.kent.sch.uk/school-clubs/

     

    With best wishes

     

    Peter McCabe

  • Weekly News 11th November 2022

    Fri 11 Nov 2022

    Dear Parents and Carers

    "They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them."

    Today Year 5 led us in our act of remembrance when we reflected and prayed for all who have lost their lives due to war and conflict. At the same time, we prayed for peace in our very troubled world. This was a very moving liturgy and I must congratulate Year 5 for leading us in this.

    Well done Year 5.

     

    Parents Evenings

    It was good to welcome parents and carers to our parent evenings this week so that they could discuss the children’s progress to date.

     

    There is a lot of illness in the school at the moment and some parents couldn’t attend some of the appointments booked due to this.

    Unfortunately, we had to postpone the Year 2 parent evening on Thursday as Mrs Hyczko is ill. We will rearrange this for when Mrs Hyczko is fully recovered.

     

    If you weren’t able to attend an appointment due to illness etc. please don’t hesitate to contact the school office to reschedule.

     

    Sponsored Walk/Explosion of Colour

    This event was a great success. Unfortunately, I couldn’t attend as I had another commitment but everyone has informed me that the children thoroughly enjoyed taking part.

     

    I must congratulate the children on their fundraising and our School Council for arranging the event. All money raised will go to School Council Funds which the children themselves decide on how they are going to use the funds.

     

    Christmas Fayre

    On Thursday 17th November we are holding a non-school uniform day in return for a donation of Stationary Sets that will make up presents for Father Christmas’ sack at our Christmas Fayre.

     

    Children in Need

    Friday 18th November is Children in Need and the children are allowed to come to school in their own clothes in return for a donation to the charity.

     

    Year 6 Class Mass

    On Wednesday 16th November at 9:30a.m. Fr Hans will be celebrating Mass with our Year 6 pupils in their classroom. Parents and carers are very welcome to join the children.

     

    Times Tables Rockstars

    The children are invited to take part in a national competition “England Rocks” on Times Tables Rock Stars. The competition is for schools across the whole of England and will run from 14th until the 16th of November. The children are only allowed to play for 1 hour any time between 7:30a.m and 7:30p.m. so come on St Simon’s let’s get times table rocking.

     

    Reminder School Office opening hours 

    This is just a quick reminder that our school office opening hours are from 9:00a.m. once the children have all entered the school safely and from 2:30p.m in the afternoon.

     

    With best wishes

     

    Peter McCabe

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St Simon of England RC Primary School is an academy, and part of the Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address: Barham Court, Teston, Maidstone, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Simon of England RC Primary School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.

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