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Lydden Primary School
Stonehall, Lydden, CT15 7LA, UK Dover
+44 (0)1304 822887

Lydden Primary School

The school grounds

We aim at Lydden to provide opportunities for every child to succeed by encouraging the children to become involved in their own learning and to follow their interests within the curriculum and outside it.

Children need to be happy to produce their best work, to become self-confident and to learn to live as members of a responsible community. The ethos of a village school encourages this development and allows me, as Head Teacher, very close contact with all the pupils.

We strongly believe that education is a partnership between the home and the school, with the best interests of the child being paramount.
With this in mind, we hope that your association with the school will be a happy and successful one.

Mrs Carole Davies
Head Teacher


All pupils in the school wear school uniform and some items are available for sale printed with the school logo.


Grey or black trousers or grey skirt

White shirt or polo shirt

Red sweatshirt, red sweater or cardigan


Red School T-shirt or white polo shirt
Grey shorts or skirt

Red gingham dress


Navy or black shorts

Red or white T-shirt

Black shorts

Plimsolls (for inside use)

Trainers (for outside use)


Swimsuit, towel and a hat for those with long hair

Art & Craft

Apron or old adult shirt

Book bags and P.E. bags are also available




9.00am to 12 noon


9.00am to 12.05am

Break - 10.30 to 10.45am



1.15 to 3.15pm


1.00 to 3.15pm

Please do not send your child to school before 8.45am. No responsibility can be accepted for children who arrive before this time.


The children are taught in three classes. The classes are generally quite small, the average being 21 pupils. The classes are currently arranged as follows: -

Class 1 - Years 4, 5 & 6

Class 2 - Years 2, 3 & 4

Class 3 - Years R, 1

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