COVID-19 Update

Main School risk assessment for September return. 

Dear Parents and Carers

We hope that you are keeping well.  Thank you to all the families that have found alternative childcare rather than sending their child(ren) into school. This will keep the school staff and children as safe as possible.

Please remember to keep checking the class pages on this website, twitter and FaceBook for regular updates on Home Learning and other school projects.

Main School

Please CLICK HERE to go to Class Pages (Main School) – there are links (such as daily P.E. sessions with Joe Wicks) and each class page has home learning guidance. Please CLICK HERE for our video message to our lovely pupils. Please contact us via our shared email address:

Main School  children coming back to school on the 8th/15th June – click on the relevant year group below for a video showing you what to expect when you come back to school.

Squirrel/Fox/Badger Class Bubbles                                                                             Year 1:      Owl Class Bubble           Robin Class Bubble                                             Year 6 Bubbles                   Key Worker Bubbles

Main SchoolCLICK HERE to view Celebration of Home Learning work. 

Marlborough Centre – CLICK HERE for Marlborough Centre class Home Learning

CLICK HERE for government guidance on what parents and carers need to know about schools, colleges and other education settings during the coronavirus outbreak. 

While working at home it is important to follow key approaches for keeping children safe online with peers, the school, other education offers they may access and the wider internet community. Please use the following links to help:
    • Internet matters – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
    • London Grid for Learning – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
    • Net-aware – for support for parents and careers from the NSPCC
    • Parent info – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
    • Thinkuknow – for advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online
    • UK Safer Internet Centre – advice for parents and carers

CLICK HERE for a Poster of Parent Tips for keeping pupils safe online during our school closure.

CLICK HERE for guidance on how to support home learning.

We appreciate all that you are doing to help stop the spread and support your children.

Take care everyone

From the whole family at Hoo St Werburgh Primary School and Marlborough Centre

Emma Poad

Debbie Amato

The self-isolating guidance can be found at  –

Further information can be found at –                    



Update to 2019-2020 Term Dates page

– Bank Holiday  change for May 2020

Please note that the May Day bank holiday, traditionally held on a Monday, will be put back to the Friday 8th May to form part of a three-day weekend of events for VE Day in 2020.  Our Term Dates page has been updated to reflect this.


Welcome to our Website

                                      from Mrs Poad (Main School Headteacher)

                               and Mrs Amato  (Marlborough Centre Headteacher)

The aim of the website is to keep you informed about the school’s values, priorities and events as well as to celebrate some of the achievements of our hard-working pupils.  The staff and Governors hope that you find it useful and informative.

However, the website can’t give you the genuinely warm welcome and good feeling that you get when you come into our school.  If you have any enquiries or would like to visit or talk about any aspect of school life then please contact the main school office by phone or use the contact form.  

If you would like paper copies of any of the policies you can access on this website then please contact the main school office by phone or use the contact form

♦The New Medway SEND Local Offer Website♦

The SEND Local Offer is a resource which is designed to support children and young people with special educational needs and / or disabilities and their families. It describes the services and provision that are available both to those families in Medway that have an Education, Health and Care Plan and those who do not have a plan, but still experience some form of educational need. The SEND Local Offer includes information about public services across education, health and social care, as well as those provided by the private, voluntary and community sectors.

The SEND Local Offer website: 

The SEND Local Offer email:

♦The Next Parent Support Meeting♦

Medway Community Healthcare Parenting Courses – CLICK HERE

February Meeting of PSG ADHD at Chatham Girls Grammar School

12:30 and 7:00pm Room L1 Cost £1   Click here

‘Get Together’    How is school going this new term?   How are you and your children getting through Winter?   What helps you to get through each day?  What makes your children happy?

Come along and share your practical answers to dealing with ADHD!

♦We are the champions♦

What an achievement! We have be recognised for our commitment to Reading by being crowned a Renaissance Champion School!



Please visit our Maths page to watch videos of some of our amazing children explain how we calculate at Hoo St Werburgh Primary School.  You can find these by choosing Curriculum (then Maths) from the Main School drop down list above.












Contact Us

Pottery Road
01634 338040


Our Values

Our motto is courage, confidence, respect and belonging.

We do not accept discriminatory behaviour in any form and work hard to ensure that every member of the school’s community has the best possible opportunity to succeed and to feel positive now and in the future.



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