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Borough Green Primary School
School Approach, Borough Green, TN15 8LZ, UK Sevenoaks
+44 (0)1732 883459

School Vision

Borough Green Primary School aims to enable all children to become confident, independent and self-motivated learners actively involved in guiding their own learning and the development of our school community.

In order to achieve this, school leadership is distributed throughout our staff who all contribute to monitoring, evaluation and improvement planning. Leadership at Borough Green School is learning centred. The work of everyone is based on honesty, trust, respect, constructive criticism and teamwork. We will celebrate success of all kinds and be inclusive in all we do.

In our planning, teaching and assessment we recognise that not only does each child have individual strengths and weaknesses, with personal needs and a preferred learning style, but also that all children require a positive and caring school ethos in which to develop a strong emotional intelligence fundamentally important to their long-term personal success. We will work in partnership with parents/carers and other professionals to realise each child’s academic, physical and personal potential.

We have consistently high expectations for our teaching and learning within a distinctive and positive ethos. We will provide a broad and balanced curriculum that promotes creativity and, as a school, we will be self-evaluating and actively seek to learn from the best practice locally, nationally and internationally. In an ever-changing world we will be prepared to change and be willing to take risks in order to innovate. We will utilise the power of information and communication technology to support both skills development in the curriculum and the effective management of all aspects of our school.

Finally, we aim to develop our school as a local community resource and support the concept of extended schools. We will strive to build links with a range of community groups so that Borough Green Primary School is seen to be at the heart of the community providing high quality education.


The content and balance of the work throughout the school is in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum. There are detailed policies and schemes of work for all core and foundation subjects, copies of which can be obtained from the Headteacher.

Children may be taught as a whole class, in small groups or individually depending on the subject and the lesson. Junior children might work some of the time in sets, which are organised according to ability for aspects of literacy and numeracy.

English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, French, Music, Information and Communication Technology, Design and Technology, Religious Education, Art and PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education) are all taught systematically, using a cross-curricular approach where appropriate. Physical education, including swimming, and games is given great importance.

Class teachers closely monitor the process of all their children. If individuals cause concern they are referred to our Special Education Needs Co-ordinator who will advise on the necessary educational programme to put in place. Parents are fully informed throughout the process.

Further details of the curriculum can be found within the prospectus.


All our pupils wear school uniform. Many items of school uniform are available at the school office; please ask for an order form.


Winter uniform

Grey trousers

White shirt

Grey socks

School tie

School bottle green sweatshirt/sweater

Summer Uniform

Grey trousers (long or short)

White short sleeve shirt/school polo shirt


Winter uniform

Grey skirt, pinafore dress or tailored trousers

White blouse

White or grey socks

Grey, black, green or white tights

School tie

School bottle green sweatshirt/sweater

Summer Uniform

Green check or striped dress


White T shirt

White or green shorts

Black plimsoles

Green jogging bottoms

School sweatshirt

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