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Maundene School
Swallow Rise, Walderslade, ME5 7QB, UK Chatham
+44 (0)1634-864721

Maundene School

Maundene School aims to work with the community to:

bullet Provide a safe, caring and happy environment, which gives children the security and confidence to learn effectively.

Offer a good all round education which meets the needs of each individual child and motivates all children to learn.


Set high expectations for work and behaviour, so that all children are encouraged to realize their full potential.


Meet the spiritual, moral and social needs of all children, so that they develop and mature to become caring, responsible young people.


Maundene School is a two-form entry primary school for children aged 4 to 11 years

The school, which opened in 1976, is set in pleasant, tree lined grounds close to local  amenities.  Its internal design is based on semi-open plan lines.  We have 14 class teaching  bases, an under 5s activity room, ICT suite, two halls and two Libraries.  Outside we have a large covered play area for the under 5s, as well as separate infant and junior playgrounds and fields.  Although the fall in birth rate has led to a drop in pupil numbers throughout the Walderslade area Maundene School maintains a generally constant pupil roll of about 420 pupils;  we are always over-subscribed!


Autumn Term 1 2007
Staff Development Day - School Closed Monday 3rd September 2007
Start of Autumn Term 1 Wednesday 4th September 2007
Last Day of Autumn Term 1 Friday 19th October 2007

Autumn Break - School Closed

Monday 22nd October to Friday 26th October 2007

Autumn Term 2 2007
Staff Development Day - School Closed Monday 29th October 2007
Start of Autumn Term 2 Tuesday 30th October 2007
Last Day of Autumn Term 2 Wednesday 19th December 2007
Christmas Break - School Closed Thursday 20th December 2007 to Wednesday 2nd January 2008
Spring Term 3 2008
Staff Development Day - School Closed Thursday 3rd January 2008
Staff Development Day - School Closed Friday 4th January 2008
Start of Spring Term 3 Monday 7th January 2008
Last Day of Spring Term 3 Friday 15th February 2008
February Break - School Closed Monday 18th February to Friday 22nd February 2008
Spring Term 4 2008
Start of Spring Term 4 Monday 25th February 2008
Bank Holiday - School Closed Good Friday 21st March 2008
Bank Holiday - School Closed Easter Monday 24th March 2008
Last Day of Spring Term 4 Friday 4th April 2008
Spring Break Monday 7th April to Friday 18th April 2008
Summer Term 5 2008
Start of Summer Term 5 Monday 21st April 2008
Bank Holiday - School Closed Monday 5th May 2008

Key Stage 2 SATs

Monday 12th to Friday 16th May 2008

No authorised absences for holidays will be granted during SATs Week

Last Day of Spring Term 5 Friday 23rd May 2008
May Break - School Closed Monday 26th May to Friday 30th May 2008
Summer Term 6 2008
Start of Summer Term 6 Monday 2nd June 2008
Last Day of Summer Term 6 Wednesday 23rd July 2008

Click here to download 2006-2007 Calendar (40k)

These Dates Are Subject To Change.

There is one Staff Development Day for 2007/2008 which is yet to be decided.


Governors Attendance Policy discourages all parents from taking

children out of school for holidays during term time.


The school uniform is as follows:

Grey, black or navy trousers

Grey, black or navy tailored shorts

Grey, black or navy skirt

School polo shirt and or school sweatshirt or cardigan

Red / white or blue / white check / stripe summer dress

Grey or white socks, navy tights

Black footware


The uniform has been devised in response to numerous requests by parents.  It solves the problem of “What can I wear today?” and ensures that the children are always sensibly dressed.  It can also be a unifying factor, important in a school with children sometimes transferring from several different schools.  We believe it also helps towards creating a good ‘tone’.  Denim jeans, track/shell suits, fashionable dresses and high heeled boots or shoes are not regarded as suitable school wear.  The latter especially could prove positively dangerous in the school situation.  The Governors expect the co-operation of parents in ensuring that the policy on uniform is adhered to.

For uniform sizes, prices and Order Form click here

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