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As part of all our wonderful support staff were thanked in Assembly this morning, they took part in a game of 'Pass the Parcel' and all received a well deserved thank you prize.


As part of their topic work ‘Are you healthy’ Year 2 were visited by Nurse Lauren, who carried out a question and answer session with the children around being a nurse and working in A&E!


We are renewing our Rights Respecting School class charters, Rev. Mark reinforced the importance of support for one another, delivering a fun and thought- provoking assembly. Who knew squeezing toothpaste could help us think about the consequences of our actions!


Year 6 enjoyed a special treat this week in the build up to their PESE tests. Mrs Guthrie organised for to run a relaxation and well- being workshop. Everyone enjoyed 7 different calming activities. Many children were so relaxed they actually fell asleep by the end!


Thank you to Whales Class for growing their own tomatoes - the whole school were able to share these tasty treats in the salad bar today.


Year 5 & 6 have been busy practicing for their performance of 'The Three Little Pigs' at the concert next week


Shark Class have been busy learning the book 'Friends' by and have written a letter to him and are excited to see if they get any response!


It's the Autumn Invicta Fair on Saturday 21 September - don't miss it!


First day in school. Let the fun begin in Starfish!


We are looking for a midday meals supervisor to join our friendly team! Would you like to come and work with us? Find all the details here -


If you would like to book a place, please call the school office


Our Year 5 and 6 children will be performing on Wednesday 18th September at 10am - tickets are free and are available on the door.


Would you like to join our friendly team? We are currently looking for a Midday Supervisor to work 7.5 hours per week during term-time. For full details of this role, please see our website -


The brand new edition of our Trust Online Safety newsletter is out now!


Penguin Class have surprised Miss Burford with an afternoon tea this afternoon to celebrate her impending nuptials over the holidays. Miss Burford will be returning as Mrs Smith in September and we can't wait to see all of her wonderful photographs.


Stingray class were treated to a pizza making workshop as part of their leavers' events this week with The children enjoyed learning how pizza dough is made & discovered that yeast is actually a fungus. They choose their own tasty toppings before taking them home


Are you passionate about education? Would you like to make a difference as a governor? Don't forget it's our Trust's Governance Open Event on Monday 22 July 2019, 5pm to 7pm, at Invicta Grammar School. To book your place, please contact Ruth Hinckley via


Yr6 have performed their production of 'Pride Rock' with confidence & poise & were delighted to show off their own set designs & costumes. The atmosphere in the hall was electric. All children showed a range of talents in acting, singing and dancing. Well done to all involved.


On Tuesday, we held our last football match of the year against Mereworth, Yr3&4 team felt ready for the match, especially in their new sports kit. 2 excellent early goals from Cody gave us a positive start with more goals to come! The final score, after a thrilling game, was 6-4


Last night, our choir attended a concert at Aylesford Primary School, performing two large group numbers and an individual one. All children who took part did so with passion and pride, the signing they did alongside their 'Go the distance' number was spectacular!


As part of the careers week 'The Real Game' Yr6 were visited by a range of work professionals. They spoke to the children about their career pathways & what is involved in their job role. Many thanks to


Our RRSA TED team visited and got to participate in a questions & answers session with their Ambassadors. We were also fortunate enough to have a personalised visit of the school, where we spoke everything Rights Respecting along the way.


Parents/carers and their daughters are invited Invicta Grammar School's upcoming 11+ Open Events. For more information and to book a place, please see our website -


On Friday, Yrs3,4&5 travelled to Tonbridge Castle & took part in a wonderful music & dance festival They had been busy rehearsing their "Jai Ho" dance routine & beautiful singing of "Go the distance" to ensured they were prepared & ready to perform on the big stage!


We are delighted to announce that we have achieved the School Games GOLD Mark Award for the 2018/19 academic year.


The whole school have started to take part in the and the children are all enjoying taking part in this active, inclusive challenge.


Book a place now for Summer 2019!


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Book your place for our Governance Open Event on 22 July 2019 now!


Whales Class visited Starfish yesterday afternoon following their work based on the book 'The Dark' by Whales created leaflets to help people who are afraid of the dark.


Starfish Class have been busy varnishing their clay work today with Miss Collins from


On Monday all classes took part in a circus workshop lead by Circus Sensible, the children learnt a variety of skills from juggling to plate spinning. This tested their co-ordination and lots of fun was had by all!


Would you like to know more about being a VIAT Local School Governor? Come to our Governance Open Event on 22 July from 5pm to 7pm at Invicta Grammar School. We are looking for enthusiastic, committed individuals for both our primary and secondary schools.


A huge congratulations to Scotney House on winning sports day today. Well done to all children on taking part, a fantastic day was had by all.


Year R have been making clay leaves this week with Miss Collins from These leaves will form part of a new tree display in school.


Our Year 2 Class have recorded a message for the England Women's Football Team. via


We would also like to thank for their kind donation of new KS2 books for our school library - the children are looking forward to reading them.


Our Year 6 children have set off for their residential trip to Swanage, we are sure they will have a great adventure and make lots of memories.


The Afrikaans children treated the whole school to a wonderful 'Language of the term' assembly. They led the others in reading & saying numbers up to ten, singing a well known Afrikaans song & sharing a class fairy tale. As a treat, some tried traditional food from South Africa


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There's something very powerful about young people from different schools & countries all adding their creative voice to Massive thank you & Colne Engaine CofE PS. You can all be very proud


Safeguarding – Keeping children safe in education

We place the highest importance on the safeguarding of all members of our school community. This covers the health, safety and wellbeing of everyone.

  • Our School’s Designated Safeguarding Lead: Mrs Steph Guthrie, Headteacher
  • Deputy Designated Safeguarding lead: Mrs Meg Covey, Deputy Headteacher
  • Trust Safeguarding Lead: Mr Mark Bunting
  • School Governor Safeguarding Lead: Ms Angela Keepax

The School has adopted the definition of the term ‘Safeguarding’ used in the Children Act 2004.

In summary this is:

  • protecting children from maltreatment;
  • preventing impairment of children’s health or development;
  • ensuring that children are growing up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care; and
  • undertaking that role so as to enable those children to have optimum life chances and to enter adulthood successfully.

The school’s safeguarding arrangements cover all aspects of life at school, in particular addressing these issues:

  • health and safety;
  • bullying;
  • other harassment and discrimination, including racism;
  • physical intervention;
  • meeting the needs of pupils with medical conditions;
  • behaviour;
  • off-site visits;
  • intimate care;
  • internet and E-safety;
  • physical security of the school site;
  • recruitment and vetting of staff and visitors to the school site.
Keeping Children Safe in Education
Working Together to Safeguard Children
Safeguarding Policy


Prevent Duty

Prevent is a government strategy designed to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorist or extremist causes.

The Prevent strategy covers all types of terrorism and extremism, including the extreme right wing, violent Islamist groups and other causes.

From July 2015 all schools (as well as other organisations) have a duty to safeguard children from radicalisation and extremism.  This means we have a responsibility to protect children from extremist and violent views the same way we protect them from drugs or gang violence.

Prevent Strategy



Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is illegal in England and Wales under the FGM Act 2003 (“the 2003 Act”). It is a form of child abuse and violence against women. FGM comprises all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia for non-medical reasons.

Section 5B of the 2003 Act 1 introduces a mandatory reporting duty which requires regulated health and social care professionals and teachers in England and Wales to report ‘known’ cases of FGM in under 18s which they identify in the course of their professional work to the police.

FGM Information


Honour Based Violence

Honour based abuse does not have a basis in religion. It is related to culture, beliefs, customs and an expectation that people should behave in a certain way.

Not doing so can be seen as bringing ‘shame’ or ‘dishonour’ on individuals, a family or a community.

But there’s no honour in inflicting pain or hurt on anyone and no excuse for abuse or violence.
Acts carried out in the name of honour such as violence, forced marriage and female genital mutilation are illegal in the UK and carry substantial prison sentences.

Domestic Abuse Protocol


NSPCC Information

Help for Adults Concerned about a Child
Help for Children and Young People
Parent Information - Home Alone Children
Parent Information - Out Alone Children


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