The history of the school
The school was established in the 1840s and originally situated in the ‘Old School Hall,’ which is now used by the community. The new school was built in the 1970s, and is an attractive single storey building situated in the centre of this West Kent village from which it takes its name.
Today, Hadlow Primary School is a co-educational community primary school for children aged 4 to 11 years.The school currently has 195 pupils and is organised into three Key Stage 1 and four Key Stage 2 classes.
The seven classes enjoy the use of a secure site surrounded by extensive playing fields and an adventure play area. Every classroom has an interactive whiteboard and children have access to laptop computers to enable them to develop their computer skills anywhere on the school site. Our younger children enjoy the benefits of an outside classroom facility.
Our enthusiastic and dedicated teaching staff bring together a wealth of experience to stimulate and develop the education of the children.