Awards and Achievements

We are so proud to see Alex and Alister

RSPB Wild Challenge - Helping Nature

'Congratulations on achieving your Gold Wild Challenge award! You have done so much during your Wild Challenge Journey to help and experience nature, from Habitat heaps and Wildlife detecting to Wild writing and creating a very exciting Biodiversity action plan. Thank you for your amazing efforts. We hope that now you have completed your journey, you still continue to help and experience nature in your own ways, because every action you take makes a real difference.

Also attached along is our new coveted electronic roundel. This accolade is only provided to schools who achieve our highest level of Wild Challenge, Gold award. You can include this on your website, email footers etc. to show your schools impressive achievement of completing the Wild Challenge.

We hope you thoroughly enjoyed learning through nature on your journey to your award.

Invicta Primary Literacy Competition

We are very proud to announce our 2nd place victory out of 10 schools from Kent and Medway. The event included a Spelling Bee, Anagram Challenge and a Creative Writing Challenge. We are incredibly proud of the achievements of our Y6 group and how they represented East Farleigh. (21.1.22)

Poppy Appeal

Each year we support the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal; this is organised by one of our wonderful TAs.

Helping the Homeless

Every Harvest, children donate food items to help those less fortunate than themselves.

Christmas Jumper Day

We support Save the Children every year by wearing our best Christmas jumpers!

Caring about our planet

Children in KS2 set up their own fundraising project to support the WWF after the Australian bush fires.

World Book Day!

We had a fabulous day celebrating World Book Day 2020. This year we challenged the children in our school to create book characters out of potatoes! We also shared stories between KS2 and KS1 and the older children read to the younger children. At the end of the day we welcomed parents in to share stories with their children.

Number Day in aid of NSPCC

Year 3 and 5 singing and dancing together in their amazing costumes.

This lovely group of Year 5 friends got together over the weekend to create a group number line. Teamwork!!

We had an amazing time building bridges. Thank you Hadlow School.


On Friday afternoon Year 4 were visited by a group of Year 9 Science Ambassadors from Hadlow School. We learnt all about the different types of bridges and why certain bridges are stronger than others. The Science Ambassadors set us a competition to build the strongest bridge. We had to make sure that it was a fair test by only using art straws and sellotape. We worked in groups of three to build our bridges. Once they were built we tested the bridges by positioning them between two tables and placing 100g masses onto them until they collapsed.

East Farleigh sing at The Mall for West Kent Befriending Service

"The school must be commended for not only the beautiful singing... but also for just how well behaved all the children were. They were an absolute delight and you must be extremely proud of them all.

The singing was simply beautiful, many people commented how much they enjoyed it and we look forward to you being part of our Singalong next Christmas."

Wendy Pfeiffer

West Kent Befriending Service Manager, Age UK Maidstone

East Farleigh's love of reading brings happiness to the residents of Ashley Gardens.

Some of our wonderful pupils went into Ashley Gardens Residential Home in Maidstone last Saturday with a few of their favourite books. They all did amazingly well, reading confidently and interacting positively with the residents. We are so impressed with their efforts, raising over £300 for our dictionary fund. A huge thank you and big well done to them all.

East Farleigh Remembers

We proudly displayed our class poppies at East Farleigh Church for Remembrance Sunday.

We think they looked amazing - thank you to Mrs Gunton for organising this!