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Hoo St Werburgh Primary School & Marlborough Centre
Pottery Road, Hoo, ME3 9BS, UK Rochester
+44 (0)1634-338040

Welcome to our School!

The Educational Aims of Hoo St Werburgh Primary School and Marlborough Centre

The school's educational aims are:

  • to maintain and develop in pupils, lively enquiring minds; to promote the ability to question and argue rationally; to encourage pupils to apply themselves to a range of tasks and skills;

  • to foster attitudes which will instill self-confidence in pupils, create in them a sense of personal excellence and help them to acquire knowledge and skills relevant to life and work in a fast-changing world;

  • to help pupils to develop personal, spiritual and moral values, an understanding of religions and beliefs, a tolerance of others and their ways of life;

  • to help pupils understand the world in which they live and the inter-independence of individuals, groups and nations; and

  • to develop in pupils the ability to appreciate critically human achievements and aspirations.


A Summary of our Curricular Aims

The school's curricular aims are:

  • to foster and promote the all-round academic and social development of every child attending Hoo St Werburgh Primary School and Marlborough Centre;

  • to nurture a school environment which makes children feel valued and secure, and which is dedicated to fulfilling their needs;

  • to enable children to develop personal relationships of quality;

  • to encourage children to be confident and independent; and

  • to give every child the opportunities to experience a range of successes and to meet the feelings of personal fulfillment and knowing that something was well done.


The school uniform we encourage and promote is listed below:

Embroidered fleeces (navy blue)

Embroidered sweatshirts (navy or sky blue)

Embroidered polo shirts (white, navy or sky blue)

Trousers (grey or black)

Skirt (grey or black)

Pinafore (grey)

Summer dress (blue or white striped or checked)

Socks or tights (white or grey)

Sensible shoes or black trainers


A wide range of out of school activities are actively promoted at this school. At the time of writing this the following clubs operate:








The curriculum is everything which influences the child in school, the unplanned as well as the planned and those things which cannot be seen, only sensed.  It is for this reason we hope that when you enter Hoo St Werburgh Primary School & Marlborough Centre you will sense a friendly and purposeful atmosphere.  We believe that a child cannot learn effectively unless he or she feels secure, successful and happy.  We are keen to develop personalised learning opportunities aimed at your child’s preferred learning styles.  Equally, a child will only give of his or her best when he or she is both committed and involved.  Therefore we try to work from and develop the child’s natural curiosity and interest.  We are concerned with educating the whole child, helping boys and girls to develop socially acceptable attitudes, self-discipline and self-confidence.


Homework is expected form children at the school from an early age and it is essential that parents work with their children at all levels.  When homework is set children are expected to finish the work and have it in to be marked on time.  We understand that there may sometimes be difficulties on this but this will stand your child in good stead when transferring to secondary school where homework will take more time.  It is a Government initiative that parents play an active role in their child’s education and homework is seen as an important factor of this.


Reception Year 1   Woodpeckers Puffins
Year 2 Year 3   Kestrels Kingfishers
Year 4 Year 5     Robins  Owls
  Year 6      

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