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Miers Court Primary School
Silverspot Close, Rainham, ME8 8JR, UK Gillingham
+44 (0)1634-388943


We are situated in Rainham, Kent, England. The main building was opened on Wednesday 5th July 1978 by the Mayor of Gillingham and Mrs B. Kitchingham, chair of the school's managing body. The extension was opened on Wednesday 20th July 1988 by Mrs Brenda Trench, chair of the Education Committee. We have 400 children ranging from ages four to 11.

New for the site are photos of our school. Click on the photo to go on a virtual tour of the school.

Our welcome mural


Our work on display.

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For boys we recommend a red school sweatshirt and a white shirt/polo shirt. Grey trousers, or grey shorts (not sport shorts) in the summer. Children are expected to wear shoes, not trainers to school. For girls, a red school sweatshirt or red cardigan. A white shirt/polo shirt. Grey skirt or pinafore dress. In the summer a red/white, cotton, checked/striped dress may be worn. Shoes are expected (not trainers) or sandals in the summer (not with high heels and no plastic shoes or plastic sandals as they prove dangerous).


A small stock of items of clothing and bags is kept at school. Click here to see photos and current prices.

P.E. kit:

Due to the nature of the activities undertaken in games and PE sessions children need to be clothed appropriately. We suggest the following:

Shorts (plain coloured) T shirt or vest (plain white), leotard for the girls if preferred and plimsolls. Any outdoor P.E. or games require trainers, as plimsolls are not suitable for outdoor use.
Older children may also require warmer kit for outdoor games and P.E. sessions.
A drawstring bag is useful to hold P.E. clothes, plimsolls, painting 'shirt' and other personal items.

No items of jewellery may be worn during P.E. or games, ear rings must be removed and not taped over. All items of clothing should be clearly marked with the owner's name so that it is easy to return anything, should any item get lost.


We are a group of teachers and parents who meet regularly to organise events and raise funds for the school. We are all volunteers and give up our time to arrange events for the children and families to enjoy.

We try to make the events fun and different as best we can. We are always open to suggestions and ideas for any future events or fund raising ideas.

If you have any ideas or would be willing to offer your help then leave your name with the school secretary and we will be in touch.

If you would like to receive minutes of the meetings we hold, or come along to any of them then again, please leave your name with the school.

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