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Address:Bridge & Patrixbourne CEP School
Conyngham Lane
Canterbury
Kent
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Bridge and Patrixbourne Church of England Primary School
Excellent C of E primary school near Canterbury

Welcome to Bridge & Patrixbourne Church of England Primary School

Message  from the Headteacher

Bridge Village School near Canterbury

I am extremely proud to be the Headteacher of such a happy, creative, successful and forward thinking school. What is exceptional about our school is how we all work collaboratively so that our children learn in a stimulating and exciting way. We pride ourselves on the richness and diversity of each child's journey through our school as well as our emphasis on emotionally and socially nurturing each child within a friendly, caring Christian atmosphere.​​​

Renuka Chinnadurai
Headteacher

This Link shows Miss Wright's Uganda Journey via her blog. She is now back in our school teaching Reception.

http://misswrightinuganda.blogspot.co.uk

 

 

 

 

Latest News

Newsround

Friday 15th April Travel update. Due to heavy traffic the arrival time back at School is between 7 - 7.15pm

14th APRIL 5.30PM - STONEHENGE UPDATE

Fantastic day finishing high up on Old Sarum Iron Age hill fort and Norman castle smile

14th APRIL 10:30am - LATEST NEWS FROM STONEHENGE!

After a very busy day, all the children are in bed and most are sleeping soundly! We have been very lucky with the weather and avoiding the direct sun has been the major aim!! We enjoyed the tour of the sumptuous mansion that is Polesden Lacey, afterwards taking time to explore just some of the 1400 acres, looking for minibeasts of various shapes and sizes. Traffic was kind throughout and we arrived at each destination on time. Tidying bedrooms and belongings was 'interesting' but more so was the hearty food and the opportunity to wander around the farm and meet some of the many rare breeds. Story time and bed concluded the day and we shall rest prior to a full day visiting 'Sarum', old and new in the form of the impressive cathedral and then on to the remains of the iron age hill fort.

Mr M and the Year 5 team!

 

 

We would like to say a huge thank you to Mr and Mrs Carlotti for their wonderful generosity in providing the school with a wellington boot rack for the children.  

Click on this link to read the latest newslettere-safety Newsletter number 10

Performance tables

Please have a look at our latest data comparison compared to national figures. The DfE produced national data at the end of March and it shows how we compare at the end of both Key Stages.