“Pupils have a passion for learning and take great pride in their achievements” (Ofsted 2015).  “An outstanding school (where) high expectations coupled with a relentless ambition to be even better ensure that everyone aims for the stars!” (Ofsted 2009).


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KS2 Teaching Post

The governors are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified, experienced and highly motivated Key Stage 2 Teacher to join our Teaching Team at this very popular, successful and unique village school. 

The successful candidate will play a key role in the school helping us to sustain our high standards of teaching and achievement.

For more information go to www.kent-teach.com ref:KCC886 3284-39T

Teaching Assistant Post to start January 2017

We are looking to appoint a highly motivated Teaching Assistant to join our talented and supportive team. You should be a positive and enthusiastic person who loves working with children and helping them to strive for their best. 

For more information go to www.kent-teach.com ref:KCC886 3284-38S

Check out our new School Calendar by clicking on the picture below


What a week…

Congratulations to our fantastic Girls Football team who came first at the Football Tournament at Spring Grove on Wednesday 16th November.

Our Dance team performed at the Towers Dance Competition on Wednesday 16th November and came second.

The orchestra played in the Spiegeltent at the Canterbury Music Festival on Saturday 5th November along with 5 other schools and gave a fantastic performance.

Who was Lady Joanna Thornhill?

Wye is a popular village school, founded by Lady Joanna Thornhill who was lady-in-waiting to Catherine of Braganza, wife of Charles II. She was the great granddaughter of Sir Richard Grenville and widow of Colonel Richard Thornhill of Olantigh in Wye. When she died in 1708, Lady Joanna left an endowment ‘for the benefit of the poorest children of Wye for their better education.’ And so began Lady Joanna Thornhill’s (Endowed) Primary School!