Our mission statement Caring, Supporting, Achieving, reflects our aspiration for every member of our school family. Our school is a place where children are supported to achieve their very best. Every member of staff nurtures and cares for every child and their wider family.
Irrespective of when a child joins the EWPA family, our vision remains the same: An EWPA child is resilient, excited by learning and not afraid to take risks and make mistakes. They understand that feedback helps them to grow as learners and actively seek it for themselves. Our children understand that they are responsible for their own learning but also understand the role they play in helping others to learn alongside them.
A child + EWPA = Lifelong, fearless learners
East Wickham Primary Academy is a member of The Kemnal Academies Trust (TKAT). TKAT is one of the largest Multi-Academy Trusts in the South of England with over 50 Primary and Secondary Academies in the TKAT family.
For more information, please visit TKAT's website: www.tkat.org
For information regarding TKAT's Annual Accounts, business interests of trustees and members, Articles of Associate and all other relevant information, please see: www.tkat.org/93/documents
The Atkins Centre
Kemnal Technology College
T: 020 3740 1808
The Kemnal Academies Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company number 7348231. It’s registered address is, The Atkins Centre, Kemnal Technology College, Sevenoaks Way, Sidcup, Kent, DA14 5AA. East Wickham Primary Academy (EWPA) is a business name used by The Kemnal Academies Trust.
East Wickham Primary Academy is a 3-form entry school with a maximum of 630 children in the main school. The children are divided mainly by age into 21 classes. Classes have a maximum number of 30 children per class. The Nursery classes take 26 children each morning and afternoon session.
Every class has one teacher and is supported by at least 1 Teaching Assistant (TA).
Both buildings comprise of well-equipped classrooms and large assembly halls, which is also used for lunchtime meals, dance, games and PE.
There is step-free access to both the KS1 and KS2 buildings.
Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child's school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.
If you require a paper copy of anything on our website, please contact the school office.