History of our School

Wouldham All Saints Church of England Primary School is part of the community of Wouldham, nestling close to the banks of the River Medway.

It was first established in 1865, led by Rev’d Frederick Boyd and situated in two small rooms within a property let by the Wouldham Cement Factory. The teacher lived in two rooms above and earned £30 a year! The purpose of the school was to provide a Christian education for the children of Wouldham and our Christian values remain a major part of what we’re still about! Today, our Christian values are all based on the nine fruits of the spirit detailed within Galatians 5. If you don’t know what these are then just ask one of our pupils - they may even break into a song for you!   The old part of the building was built in 1867 and is used for the infants, the new building is for the juniors.