Empowered through learning
We are proud of the inclusive nature of our school, where children of all abilities, backgrounds and beliefs feel valued and are given the guidance and support they need to flourish.
Our school is built on a strong sense of community, making us a warm and very special place to be part of. Our staff are thoroughly committed to ensuring the wellbeing, happiness and success of every child; and before long, all students feel they belong and have the confidence to develop into the best they can be.
We believe that children are empowered through learning, that education can deliver exciting ideas and opportunities – and change lives. In this fast paced 21st Century, a great education is more important than it has ever been in guaranteeing that young people are equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to develop their talents and grow into successful adults. We are intent on delivering a fantastic curriculum and excellent teaching, so that all our students leave us as confident, rounded individuals, enriched and ready to take on the world.
Mr N Smith
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On Tuesday 2 November 2021 our year 13 sports studies students were visited by Xavier, a physiotherapist from Xcel Health in Sittingbourne. He gave the students a great insight into the day-to-day life of a physiotherapist and what it takes to become one...
An opportunity to discuss your future with us at The Sittingbourne School Sixth Form.
The Sittingbourne School is excited to be partnered with King’s College, London, as part of a research study.
Over 200 year 6 students enjoyed a week at TSS summer school prior to joining year 7 next week.
The Sittingbourne School Sixth Form students are celebrating today after receiving their A level and BTEC results. Across a wide range of subjects, students have achieved highly, with 40 students achieving at least one A/A* or Distinction/Distinction* alone.
Current communication and information on how The Sittingbourne School is reacting during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Meet the new generation of science teachers sparking pupils' imaginations. Mr and Mrs Naidoo were featured in an article in the Guardian newspaper.