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Sherwin Knight Infant School
Cedar Road, Strood, ME2 2JP, UK Rochester
+44 (0)1634-338260

Sherwin Knight Community Infant School is situated in the heart of Strood near Rochester in Kent. Our new building was opened in November 2002 and we are very proud of the environment we provide for our children.

We are a large school with a Nursery for 52 children and three classes in each year group.

You can see what OFSTED thought of our school click here!

Our vision for each child in the school is for them to enjoy the time they are here and to leave us with lively, enquiring minds, be able to ask questions and have the ability and skills to find the answers to their questions.

We aim to provide a caring, secure environment for all children.

We also believe that children should learn from first hand experiences so the children go out of school on visits and make good use of the outdoor environment.


  1. The school aim is to:-

  1. establish that all members of the community are learners

  2. enable all learners to engage in a wide range of exciting and challenging learning experiences and activities

  3. set the context for learning

  4. enable learners to increasingly take responsibility for their own learning

  5. ensure all learners have opportunities for the highest possible achievement.

  1. To reach this aim the school will:-

  1. promote effective learning and high achievement for all learners

  2. have consistent and regular assessment of learning outcomes and target setting, where appropriate, to contribute to learners’ progress

  3. ensure quality provision through regular monitoring and evaluation of all policy and practice

  1. Principles which will underpin the school’s approach to learning will be :-

  1. individuals are valued to enable development of self esteem

  2. learners provided with appropriate support

  3. learners have a sense of purpose

  4. learners are challenged appropriately

  5. learners encouraged to record findings in a variety of ways

  6. learners taught how to use their thinking skills to investigate and problem solve

  7. learners have opportunities to exercise autonomy and manage their own learning

  8. learners are given opportunities for self review and self assessment

  9. learners receive constructive feedback and achievements are acknowledged

  10. learners are given a print rich, well ordered, stimulating environment which reflects a whole school approach

  1. The school will promote high quality effective teaching which:-

  1. enhances pupils’ learning

  2. builds on learners previous knowledge

  3. involves planning for learning

  4. seeks to ensure continuity and progression of learning

  5. ensures activities and classrooms are appropriately resourced, expectations shared and equal opportunities offered to all

  6. ensure teachers use a range of management and teaching models to achieve effective teaching which values active learning

  7. regularly monitor and evaluate teaching

  8. shows a positive attitude to change and ensure planned professional development to maximise skills and talents in all staff

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