Ide Hill Church of England School is a village primary school, set in Ide Hill, the highest village in Kent.
The school offers places to children from the age of 4 to age 11 (Reception to Year 6).
Formed in 1809 to educate the children of farm workers and hop pickers in the area, Ide Hill School has a rich and proud history.
The school’s newly modernised and extended buildings are in a stunning setting overlooking the Kentish Weald – just minutes from Sevenoaks, Westerham and Edenbridge.
- It is a school where each individual is valued and encouraged to learn within a nurturing, Christian ethos.
- It is a school where small class sizes mean focussed teaching for every pupil.
- It is a school where a sense of community and friendship is delivered alongside academic, sporting and personal success.
- It is a school where creativity in all its forms is encouraged and celebrated.
For more information about our school, please follow the link to download our School Prospectus. Ide Hill School Prospectus
Above all, it is a place where children enjoy themselves and where effort and determination are recognised, valued and rewarded.
“It was fantastic to see the big children caring for the new reception intake. Our daughter felt loved and part of the whole school from day 1.”
An Ide Hill School parent