Cherry Orchard Primary Academy

COVID-19 Update

Academy Partially Closed

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The Trust is following advice from Public Health England

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The Trust is following advice from Public Health England

Contact NHS 111 if you have any concerns or click here to visit the GOV.UK site.

Online learning packs/logins have been sent home

Absent pupils can pick up from school or email office – click here to see latest news

AMAZON CANCELS SUBSCRIPTION OF BOOKS AND AUDIO STORIES FOR AS LONG AS SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED

All stories are free to stream on desktop, laptop, phone or tablet using the following link: https://stories.audible.com/start-listen.

Welcome to Cherry Orchard Primary Academy

Our state of the art facility opened in Kent’s Ebbsfleet Valley on 6th September 2017, offering an outstanding educational experience for children aged 3 to 7 years.

Cherry Orchard Primary Academy is part of Leigh Academies Trust, one of the nation’s most successful, medium-sized, multi-academy trusts. Mrs. Julie Forsythe, the Principal of Cherry Orchard Primary Academy will work closely with other schools and professionals within the Leigh Academy Trust to develop a quality, inclusive education, where all children are able to achieve their full potential.

Cherry Orchard Primary Academy forms the focal point of this brand new locality in the Ebbsfleet Garden City. Read more about this on the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation website

Ethos & Values

At Cherry Orchard Primary Academy we value:

  • A quality, inclusive education where all children are able to achieve their full potential.
  • A learning envionnment where children feel safe and happy so are confident and enthused to ‘have a go’.
  • Learning experiences that include challenge for all, producing resilient and highly motivated learners.
  • A consistent, focused approach to managing behaviour, safeguarding, pastoral support and embedding British Values across all year groups.
  • A culture where we all work collaboratively as part of the wider team, sharing ideas and good practice and offering support to others.