Wrotham School is a comprehensive secondary school on the outskirts of the historic village of Wrotham, and close to Sevenoaks, Kent. Wrotham was a convertor academy in 2013 establishing the Trust as a MAT. Wrotham was approved as an Academy Sponsor in 2016. Wrotham has a strong reputation as one of the highest performing comprehensive schools in Kent. The school is heavily oversubscribed and as a result has had to expand in recent years.
Our vision is to create an outstanding school where all students, regardless of ability or background, make exceptional progress, gain meaningful qualifications and therefore have access to valuable progression routes that will enable them to be well qualified to achieve success and well-being through having choices in their adult life.
Have the highest expectations of ourselves and each other, including the challenge to persevere even when it gets tough. All students are expected to take part. All students are expected to achieve. Every member of Wrotham community is expected to uphold our values and ethos.
Challenge each other to be the best we can be and to be kind to others. Build character through measured risk and opportunity in academic and social opportunities. Be ambitious and aspirational. Challenge pre-conceived ideas and limitations.
The opportunity to develop the character strengths needed to make good decisions and a positive contribution to society. Take every opportunity and learn from and reflect on success and failure.Website Prospectus
Courage Confidence Character
Aylesford School is a comprehensive secondary school on the outskirts of the historic village of Aylesford, and close to Maidstone. We are proud to be a fully inclusive school that treats all children equally and has the highest expectations of staff and students.
Our vision is to provide quality academic and ‘Character Education’ which develops confident young people who are successful learners and contribute to society.
Our motto is ‘Courage Confidence Character’. We believe that if students can develop these they have the opportunity to be successful learners and the skills to make good choices in adult life.
To have the strength and will to know what you should do even though it may be tough.
To stick at something even if it hurts.
To believe in yourself and be the best person you can be.
To not let doubts and fears hold you back.
To make good choices and be able to put yourself in someone else’s shoes.
To seek to do the right thing and show self-discipline when needed.
Aylesford School is in the process of conversion to academy status and being sponsored by the Divergent Partnership Trust. An Academy Order has been issued to that effect. The school is already collaborating strongly with the Trust, and in many ways operating as if it was officially part of the Trust.