The Village Academy

The Village Academy is a group of town, city and village schools that have joined together to provide the very best education for the children in our care and where we believe that education is very much a matter of the individual.

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Children in Need - Pyjama Day 2019

We have had a fun day wearing our pyjamas to raise money for Children in Need.  We are  also having a cake sale - with lots of pudsey cakes and biscuits on offer!  Here are some pictures of us in our pyjamas!  

We raised an amazing £106.71 for Children in Need - well done everyone!

    Pixie and Elves Classes 

   Trolls and Griffin Classes 


Swale Fusion Festival of Light - October 2019

In school we had a lady come in and make lanterns with us. (check out our Class pages for photos of this). We then attended the Swale Fusion Festival of Light in Sittingbourne where we paraded our lanterns through the street and finished off with a firework display in the park  Here is a video and some pictures of our evening. (can you spot Mrs Lupton in the video?) 






Outdoor Learning Day

We have had a fun day using the outside as a classroom.  We have been putting up tents, cooking hotdogs, building a den in the woods, bark rubbing and more!  Here are some pictures of the day





Kent School Scarecrow competition

Thank you to all the children, parents and staff who helped design and make our 'Super Hero' scarecrows. Here they are at The county showground on display.



Seed Sowing with the local church

 A few terms ago we worked with the church and community to see Lynsted flower meadow. Thanks to a damp and wet Spring and early Summer it is in full bloom.





National tree dressing day

For National tree dressing day the children and staff made decorations to hang on a tree in our woodland.  Every class placed their handiwork on a tree and made our wood look amazing.  




Phoenix Class - Victorian Day

On Friday 15th December Phoenix Class held a Victorian day.  The children came dressed in traditional Victorian costumes and in the morning they were taught in the traditional Victorian style.  It was a fantastic day!