Tag Day £1 Thursday 2nd April. Open Afternoon from 1.45 p.m. come and visit the classrooms and view the wonderful whole school projects and prize winners. Children may leave with you when you are ready. Happy Easter!

Click HERE to view our 'OUTSTANDING' SIAMs report (February 2015).



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The Pilgrim School is a voluntary controlled Church School based at Warwick Crescent in Borstal, Rochester, Kent.

The school is proud to be a Christian environment whose Values of Respect, Forgiveness, Trust, Compassion, Friendship and Perseverance shape it's decision-making and ethos.

The school is a vibrant and forward-thinking organisation that is always looking for new and invigorating ways to ensure children achieve high standards.

The school site is used extensively as a resource to deliver the curriculum. The play areas, both tarmac and grass, are a credit and offer plenty of opportunity for play, nature observations and PE activities. Beyond the school, we use the village of Borstal to explore geographical and historical principles that allow the children to see themselves as part of a much wider community.

Parents and children who are new to the school will be shown around by a member of staff to familiarise themselves with the layout of the buildings.

There is a fortnightly newsletter sent home with your child (this will be published online under the heading 'Newsletters'). The newsletter will keep you informed about forthcoming events, teaching points and any organisational changes.



The Pilgrim Church of England Primary School is a Christian community committed to excellence. 

We pride ourselves on our open relationship between school, parents, Church and community.

We strive to achieve the highest standards in a safe, happy and dynamic environment; where each individual can thrive morally, academically and spiritually whilst accepting responsibility for grasping all opportunities with both hands.

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Pilgrim School C of E Primary Performance Data.

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