Welcome to Meopham Community Academy

Our ethos as a community school and the values we share, promote the development of children, staff and governors and, with the support of parents, underpin the academic attainment and achievement of children and the well-being of the whole community.

Every member of our school community has the right to:

  • be healthy
  • stay safe
  • enjoy and achieve
  • make a positive contribution, and
  • achieve economic well-being.

Read our Values and Valuing - Meopham Community Academy Ethos here.

Have a good Summer break!

It has certainly been a quick year which has come to a hot end. As ever the children at Meopham Community Academy have done the school proud. We have had two very successful residential visits to Swattenden and Hindhead and I would certainly like to thank the staff involved who went on these.

Meopham Community Academy is a lovely school to be in. There is a strong community spirit at all levels. The success of the school is due to our teams: - the teachers, pupil support staff, office staff, Site Manager , Governors, cleaning, PTA and kitchen; all of whom work together relentlessly for the children to ensure they have the best possible opportunities.

Of course I would also like to thank you as the parents, friends and relatives of the school for your support this year.

We will be saying a fond farewell to Mrs Cochrane, Mrs Chappell, Mrs Tavare, Mrs Gann and Mrs Sandhu. They have all made valuable contributions to the school and we wish them well in their new ventures.

Finally a huge thank you from myself for all the support you have given me this year. It has been an honour and a pleasure to be the Acting Headteacher at this school and I look forward to welcoming back Miss Nicholson in the new academic year.

Have a well-deserved and relaxing break and we will see you back on Tuesday 6th September.

Mr Hale, Acting Headteacher






















Farewell Year 6

On 21st July, our Year 6s hosted their final assembly for staff, parents, friends and relatives. As always it is an emotional assembly, but despite a few tears (both of joy and sadness) the children of Dolphins and Gorillas class did themselves and the school proud. With the help of Mrs Chappell, the children produced an "end of school" video that was shown at the assembly. If you missed it, or wanted to see it again, here it is:

Year 6 Leavers film 2016