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Twydall Infant & Nursery School
Twydall Lane, ME8 6JS, UK Gillingham
+44 (0)1634-231761

Welcome to the Twydall Infant School!

We are a mainstream Infant School with a Nursery class based in the Medway Towns. We provide inclusive placements for pupils with a physical disability and/or complex medical conditions. Please feel free to browse this website and if you have any questions or require further information do not hesitate to contact us.

Our Mission Statement

Our Aims

Twydall Infant School aims to create a stimulating and caring environment in which all children will develop self-confidence, reliability and pride in themselves, together with an understanding acceptance and helping attitude towards others.

We aim to help develop each child's full potential, including their intellectual, personal, social and physical ability, by delivering a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum appropriate to the abilities and needs of the individual child.

Twydall Infant School also aims to emphasize certain values and attitudes - those of self-discipline, self-respect, self-esteem, honesty, fairness, co-operation and respect for others.

Our Core Values

Every member of staff subscribes to the same core values. These are...

To focus relentlessly on the quality of education for pupils.

To always strive for excellence.
To question and find solutions
To listen to each other.
To show respect.
To be positive.


A school uniform greatly contributes to a child's sense of belonging and pride in their school. The school colours are scarlet, white and grey. Twydall Infant School's sweatshirts, cardigans, polo shirts, baseball caps, knitted hats, book bags, P.E. bags and rucksacks, all bearing the school logo are on sale from the school office. For P.E. all children should have plimsolls, T-shirts, shorts or leotard. This needs to be kept in the P.E. bag. Please ensure items of your child's clothing are named to help avoid loss. Name tags can be purchased through the school office. In the interest of safety no jewellery or watches should be worn in school at any time.


Twydall Infant School offers a broad based curriculum in line with National Curriculum requirements with an overall focus on the education of the whole child. However, a particular emphasis is placed on pupils' achievements in literacy and Numeracy. A whole Key Stage Curriculum plan has been developed and the staff work in Year Group teams to ensure consistency, balance and progression of the curriculum both across and between year groups. The pupils may complete given tasks individually, with a partner, as a member of a small group or as a whole class depending on the activity. The School's Assessment, Recording and Reporting Policy ensure the staff are continuously focusing on pupil achievement and hence pupil performance and standards.

Foundation Stage

Pupils within the Foundation Stage experience six areas of learning:

Personal, social and emotional development
Language and literacy
Mathematical development
Knowledge and understanding of the world
Physical development and creative development

The Foundation Stage includes pupils from Nursery age through to the end of the Reception Year. For both our Nursery and Reception children, the curriculum is planned and resourced to allow each pupil to expand and develop his or her skills in a safe, caring environment. Each child is valued and opportunities for learning are developed through a broad range of both indoor and outdoor activities. Our Nursery and Reception classes all have large well resourced, outdoor play facilities, which greatly enhance learning opportunities and experience for all pupils.

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