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Paddock Wood Primary School

Paddock Wood Primary School

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

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    • Tag Rugby Results


      Well done to the Year 5 and 6 Tag Rugby Team for their recent performance at the Tonbridge School Tag Rugby Festival. Their overall performance on the day was 2 wins, 3 draws and 1 loss.  As ever our team played with character and an appropriate sporting attitude. 

       

       

    • An outstanding season for the A team


      Congratulations to the A team for a magnificent 2018/19 season.

    • Netball Club


      What a wonderful end to the netball season with our team winning 8 - 4 against St Matthews. Natalie, Daniel, Teyla, Emily, Laura, Charlotte, Jasmine and Millie were fantastic and showed lots of determination in the match. Their confidence and skills have progressively improved throughout the season and made Miss Highwood and I very proud.

    • West Kent Champions


      Following on from winning the Tunbridge Wells School 6-a-side competition, the A -Team went on to compete in the Kent Regional Championships (for the second time in three years).

    • Year 6 Inspired by Macbeth


      India was inspired to create this amazing drawing.

    • Congratulations on winning Tunbridge Wells 7-a-side District Competition


      The team gained qualification for regional finals for the second time in three years.

    • Years 3 & 4 Sportshall Athletics Kent County Runners Up


      Our Year 3 & 4 athletes took part in the Kent County tournament on 27 June 2018.

    • Football League Victory


      Congratulations to our football teams at the recent Tunbridge Wells Schools' 7-a-side tournament at St. Gregory's on 19th May.

    • World Book Day 2018


      The theme this year for World Book Day was Share a Story.

    • Sport Relief wristbands on sale Monday 19 March


      Wristbands will be on sale before and after school from Monday 19 March in both playgrounds.

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