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Visions and Values


“Learning and Growing Together”



Our vision

Kemsing Primary School is committed to providing a nurturing, inspirational and vibrant learning environment for all where everyone feels safe. Everyone in the school community is valued and grow to be successful citizens and lifelong learners.

We are at the heart of our village community where relationships are based on honesty, trust and respect. There is a strong sense of belonging and identity.

At Kemsing we all aim high and are proud of our achievements and those of others, in all aspects of school life.  We have fun making progress, challenging ourselves and developing essential life skills through first-hand experiences.   Learning meets everyone’s needs for the future and enables them to become confident, happy and proactive members of society with a thirst for knowledge.



Our values

Each class worked together with West Kent Youth to explore the meaning of a particular value.  Year 6 and Reception worked together as buddies on this project.  

Classes produced a range of images to symbolise the meaning for them behind each value.  Then artists at West Kent Youth identified common themes in the children's work and created graphic designs that were then amended and selected by our School Council.

We held a competition in school for the choosing of a colour to symbolise each value.  These were the winning colours chosen and reasons given:


Winning reasons






Being kind brightens someone’s day



You can fill the colour white with all the other different colours



It is the colour of the school uniform and we all work as a team


Dark Orange

It is the colour of oranges and you have to be determined to peel an orange without squashing it



The colour of trees, which are strong and always there, so I can trust them


Light Orange

It is bright and makes you believe in staying positive


We worked together with children and staff to rewrite our school rules to reflect our school values.  This further cements the meaning of these values for our children as they become the language referenced in praising children and in reflecting on our actions.