Hoath Primary School

Aiming High – Achievement for all

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New Admissions information for September 2022


Open sessions are held annually at Hoath Primary School, by the Head Teacher.

These are for all prospective parents and carers to come along to find out more about our school, before making choices for the Reception Year in the next Academic Year.


Thank you for showing an interest in our school and enquiring about Open Sessions. Obviously we are watching Government guidelines to see if things change however at the present moment we will have open days on the following dates.


Wednesday 6th October 2pm

Wednesday 13th October 10am


If you would like more information please do not hesitate to contact the school. 

To come to see Hoath Primary School on the dates above, please contact the school office to make an appointment.

To observe 'best practice', we would prefer that it is only adults who visit on the open days, if at all possible.


To contact the school office please call 01227 860249 or email - office@hoath.kent.sch.uk


We look forward to welcoming you to our school.


For more information please see the School Prospectus and Early Years Handbook (available from this school website), which will give all parents the information they need to make an informed choice. 



Welcome to Hoath Primary School

'Small School, Big Community, Unlimited Potential'


We are a small, hard-working, friendly school, with an extended-family ethos. We believe that all children should be able to fulfil their dreams and we aim to help them realise this by unlocking their potential. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing regular updated information for parents, pupils and friends.


'This is a good school.  The quality of teaching is typically good and sometimes outstanding.  As a result, pupils achieve well and attainment at the end of Year 6 is typically above average in reading, writing and mathematics.' Ofsted May 2013.


'This school continues to be good. Leaders have ensured that the strengths identified at the last inspection have continued, as well as effectively addressing the areas for improvement. There is a strong and effective culture of safeguarding in the school.' Ofsted January 2017.

Term Dates 2021-2022


Term 1     Wednesday 1st September   -   Friday 22nd October

Term 2     Tuesday 2nd November        -   Friday 17th December

Term 3     Tuesday 4th January             -   Friday 11th February

Term 4     Tuesday 22nd February         -   Friday 1st April 

Term 5     Wednesday 20th April            -   Friday 27th May 

Term 6     Tuesday 7th June                  -   Friday 22nd July


School will be closed for:

Staff Development on:

Wednesday    1st September 2021

Monday          1st November 2021

Monday          21st February 2022

Thursday        19th April 2022

Monday          6th June 2022


May Day Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May 2022

Click on the link below to access a range of suitable children's activities and useful Websites.

We know that not everyone has a printer at home but please do not worry if this is the case as there are plenty of alternatives. Specific planning is provided for each class by the Class Teachers - this is a guide for what can be done by the children. The websites found by following the link below, give plenty of alternative options for your children to follow. As well as the suggested work provided, all children should be looking at Times Tables and reading every day

Click on the Links below for quick access to both the Home Learning resources and to the Class Pages

Results of Parent Consultations Questionnaire 2018