Offham Primary School prides itself in being a traditional village school, while providing modern technology and an environment that allows pupils and staff to excel.
All classrooms have interactive white boards and provide a spacious environment for pupils to learn. Every classroom has an outside area directly available to use as well as the school grounds.
Our Library was refurbished by the PTFA in 2014. It was carefully designed to encourage pupils to develop a love for reading. All Pupils have a library slot once a week and classes regularly use it for research. At lunchtimes a variety of clubs run in the library.
Our new kitchen for 2015 means that we are now able to cook healthy and nutritional meals on site. To excite and inspire the pupils it is set up in a café style with a salad and fruit bar available daily.
Our versatile hall is always busy with lunches and lessons. Specialised P.E teachers ensure gym lessons involve the large apparatus to develop pupils’ confidence and ability. The stage is always up enabling pupils to practice their public speaking and acting skills on a regular basis.
Developing musicians at Offham is very important. Every year groups learns to play a musical instrument culminating in Year 6 becoming an orchestra. Our dedicated music room means the choir, small group or 1:1 lessons can be carried out in a great environment.
New for 2016! We have just completed our sensory room. This is a fantastic resource that supports children with sensory needs.
Outdoor Learning Environment
We have a perfect location in the rural countryside in Kent; surrounded by fields and woods. Our curriculum is inspired by our setting and all pupils can be regularly seen learning through the outdoor environment come rain or shine.