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Paddock Wood Primary School

Paddock Wood Primary School

A school of excellence and enjoyment at the heart of its community


    The latest news from Paddock Wood Primary School...
    • Netball News - Paddock Wood v St Matthews

      We played our last match of the season against St Matthews Primary School.  

    • Year 3/4 Athletics Win

      Well done to the Year 3/4 Athletics team for winning the first round of the Kent Sports Hall Athletics Tournament.

    • West Kent Girls League Winners

      Congratulations to our girls' team for winning the West Kent Girls League for the second consecutive year. 

    • Cross Country Club

      Wow! What an incredible season we've had this year at Cross Country Club. Out of 6 events, 12 races in total, we have walked away with 1 Gold, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze medal. 

    • Red Noses on Sale Monday 20 March

      Red Noses will be on sale next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in the school playground, before and after school


    • Kent ESFA Champions 2017/18

      Congratulations to the A-Team. Kent ESFA (English Schools Football Association) Champions 2017/18.

    • Maths Challenge

      Aaron, Alasdair, Benji and Innes represented Paddock Wood Primary School at the Tonbridge Grammar School Primary Team Maths Challenge.  This was held on Tuesday, 7 March and 20 schools took part.
    • Netball Match - 7 February 2017

      The A Team played extremely well, with one parent commenting that it was the best match she'd ever seen them play!  

    • B Team Footballers - Top of the League

      Following an impressive 9-1 victory on Wednesday 1 February, our B Team footballers are now Top of the League. Congratulations to all players, it was an exciting game.

    • Netball League Success

      What a fantastic evening of netball!  Paddock Wood A played Southborough and St Matthews and showed off all their best skills with each child maintaining a very high standard throughout both matches.  

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