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St Lawrence C E Primary School
Church Road, Stone Street, Seal Chart, TN15 6QL, UK Sevenoaks
+44 (0)1732 761393

St Lawrence Primary School

St Lawrence Pre-School is set in the village hall at Stone Street near Sevenoaks, accessible from the A25. We provide quality care and education in a secure and safe environment for all children from 2 years and 6 months of age. It is small and friendly Pre-School, with a team of qualified, enthusiastic and dedicated staff. It is run by committee, with most members elected from parents of the children attending. Our aim is to enhance the development and education of children under statutory school age in a stimulating environment, working together with parents.

We offer your child a specially tailored curriculum leading to the early learning goals set out by the government. This includes individual care and attention made possible by the high ratio of adults to children, with the support of a personal Keyworker. Above all St Lawrence Pre-School provides fun and friendship for your child, whilst giving you opportunities to be directly involved in activities and your child's progress.

Opening times for Pre-School are:
Monday 9.15am to12.00am
Tuesday 9.15am to12.00pm and 12.00pm to 3.00pm
Wednesday 9.15am to12.00am
Thursday 9.15am to12.00pm and 12.00pm to 3.00pm
Friday 9.15am to12.00am

We promote equal opportunities, throughout the Pre-School and for all members of our group, including those with special needs. The number of adults present enables us to provide the attention required for each and every child. Each child is encouraged to progress at his/her own rate in all areas of development; this is true for children with or without disabilities or learning difficulties.

Fees are £7.90 per session, morning and afternoon sessions, and payable in advance half termly.

If you would like to download any of our policies please click here.

If you would like any further information please contact Mandy McCracken 01732 763354 or email:


St Lawrence Church is next door to the school and both were built on church land in 1865. School and church therefore enjoy very strong links. Several church members are deeply involved in the life of the school. Three regular worshippers are school governors and, in addition, Brian and Mary Sutton help in the garden, with Brian himself also helping with special reading tuition and as clerk to the governors.

Our vicar, Revd Michael Cooke, is of course a Foundation Governor and helps take Assemblies. (He's a research chemist by training, so sometimes does a chemical experiment to illustrate a Christian truth.)

For the last few years, the Church Council has provided a special youth bible to each pupil leaving for secondary school. Week by week a different aspect of school life is prayed for at the church's main Sunday service.

The church building is used by the school for some assemblies, and for major school events (Harvest, Leavers' service, etc), and for occasional classes teaching something about the church or special parts of it.

Once or twice a year there's a special invitation for pupils, parents and staff to join the usual worshippers for the Sunday service.

The school shelter building is used by the church for its Sunday school (held usually on 3rd Sunday of the month). Most recently the church arranged to have built at the end of the shelter a disabled toilet for both church and school use - another example of partnership.

If you would like any further information about the church or services visit please contact



  • white polo shirt
  • navy skirt/pinafore/trousers
  • navy jumper/sweatshirt/cardigan


  • white polo shirt
  • navy school trousers/shorts
  • navy jumper/sweatshirt

PE Kit is essential:
B blue shorts, white T-shirt and plimsolls/trainers in a cloth PE bag.
A track suit and trainers can be brought in for weekly games sessions.

Wellington boots or a pair of old trainers are required for wearing at play time on the field. No outdoor shoes means no outdoor play!

All uniform can be purchased at the school shop which is run by Alison Joy.
For opening times please see Diary Dates page.

Also available:

  • Navy blue fleeces (also available in adult sizes)
  • School caps
  • Girls cotton rich tights
  • Navy blue cagools with reflective strips
  • Book bags
  • jogging pants

Please can all items be clearly marked with the child's name.

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For our small school we have a large number of clubs and so we do encourage all the children to make good use of the opportunities available to them. Generally, the first week will be considered a ‘taster’ but after that we would ask the children to make a firm commitment. The exception to this is Wednesday computer club which is available to anyone as and when they need it for homework/research etc.

Time and place
who can come
Football training
Mrs Riseborough
in the field
Year 3 upwards
Board games
Year 5 and 6 children helped by Mrs Dewhurst
in Oak classroom
Year R and 1
Mrs Medhurst
in the kitchen
Year 3 upwards
Mrs Maunder
Tuesday 12.30-1pm
Year 4 upwards
Mrs Medhurst
Tuesday 13.30-1pm
Year 1 and 2
Table Tennis
Mrs Green
Wednesday 12.30-1pm
Year 3 upwards
Mr Tuckwell
Wednesday 12.30-1pm
year 4 upwards
Mrs Davies and Mrs Saunders
Wednesday 3.15-4pm
anyone who wants to use a computer for their homework
Mr Saunders
in the hall
Anyone learning a musical instrument
birds singing
Mrs Hughes
Thursday 9.15am
in the hall
year 3 upwards
jazz dance
Jazz dance
Mrs Hughes
in the hall
Year 2 upwards
Mrs Thompson
(speak to Mrs Street)
Thursday 3.30pm at Bitchet Green stables
All welcome - parents must accompany
Mrs Saunders/Mrs Hughes
Thursday 3.15-4pm in the hall
year 2 and 3
Country dancing
Mrs MacLauchlan
Friday 12.30-1pm
in the hall
Year 3 upwards

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