Sedley’s Church of England (Voluntary Aided) Primary School

Sedley’s School was founded in 1638 by Sir John Sedley and his Coat of Arms forms the basis of the School’s badge.  

Our methods of teaching have moved on immeasurably but the same commitment to learning, community and, most importantly, fulfilling the potential of every child, has remained throughout our school’s long history.

Sedley’s is an unashamedly Christian school, working with the Church of England.  All our teaching, particularly of social responsibility, moral awareness and community cohesion is taught from a Christian perspective, which includes respect and tolerance of the beliefs of others.  For this reason a child does not have to be from a Christian background to benefit from being at Sedley’s.

We hope we will soon be welcoming you and your child at Sedley’s School.

Mrs Coppitters,

Notice Board

School Council would like your unwanted children or adult 2nd hand books for their fundraising venture.  They will be holding a book stall soon on Fridays after school to raise money for Cancer Research UK.


After School Clubs: Weekly – Choir, Multi-skills and Just Run.

Fortnightly on Wednesday: Board Games, FitKids and Crafty History resuming on Wednesday 11th January.

Fortnightly on Thursday: Sewing resuming Thursday 19th January.


ASDA Greenhithe – This store has selected our school as one of their charities.  They have a token system whereby, once you purchase goods you can put the token into the Sedley’s pot based in the foyer.



OFSTED say we continue to be a GOOD SCHOOL (2016)

Church Inspection say we continue to be an OUTSTANDING CHURCH SCHOOL (2016)

Visit “About Us” to read the reports.


View the School Prospectus

Sedley’s values every pupil and teaches them that everyone has different gifts and talents that can be used to help others.  Consequently, it is a happy school with a family feel, where attendance and behaviour are outstanding.  Relationships are excellent at all levels, with a friendly cohesive and committed staff.

Chicks born in Oaks Class