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Opening Hours 2016-2017

The Student Office/Reception will be open 8.30am - 4.00pm every day. 


Visitors -

If you wish to see a member of staff please make an appointment as they may not be able to see you if you turn up without one.

Visitors may arrive at the Surrenden Road entrance between 8.30am and 3.30pm. 


Those arriving on site past 3.30pm will need to arrive at the PVLC entrance of the school to be signed in and must have an appointment.


Thank you for your understanding.



Please click here to access the latest information from CEOP and Parent Zone about the following:

- Nude selfies: Understanding why

- Setting safety and privacy setting for social media apps

- Self-harm: What parents should know

- Teens on Tinder

Training Days Letter

Due to the proposed closure of Pent Valley and in order to plan for the next academic year, we need to move the training days to earlier in the summer term. They are now going to be the 16th and 17th June 2016.  Click here to read the letter sent to parents.

Pent Valley Public Notice

Following the Education and Young People’s Services Committee on the 17th February 2016 and Scrutiny Committee on the 8th March 2016 the Cabinet Member for Education and Health Reform, Cllr R Gough, has decided to issue a public notice to close Pent Valley Technology College.

A copy of the Public Notice and the Complete Proposal can be viewed here.

The Public Notice period runs between the 16th March 2016 and the 14th April 2016. During the Public Notice period, any person may send in a response supporting, objecting or commenting on the proposals to David Adams, Area Education Officer (South Kent), Kroner House, Eurogate Business Park, Ashford TN24 or by email to school.consultations@ kent.gov.uk

The closing date for objections and comments is 14 April 2016.

Standards Improving

Standards are Improving at Pent Valley our Local Authority review confirms.

Click here for the report.

Jewellery, Makeup and Nail Varnish

We have decided that we are going to have a zero tolerance to jewellery. From September, pupils are not allowed to wear any, apart from a wrist watch. It has proved very difficult to manage in terms of what plain studs are and there is a health and safety risk with sleeper ear-rings. Makeup is only allowed to be worn by KS4 pupils and this must be discreet, if we can see it, they are wearing too much. We are also banning pupils from wearing nail varnish or acrylic nails for school. Parents, please can you continue to support with our high expectations so that we can concentrate on teaching and learning. We have a wonderfully smart uniform and pupils have been wearing it with pride, we very much believe that if you look smart, you think smart!

Notice for Students PV RemoteApps!

Did you know that you now have access to all your documents, Shared area and ILPs via Pent Valley’s Portal www.pentvalley.com using the RemoteApps service?

You also have access to Microsoft Office Suite! Allowing you to work from anywhere with an Internet connection!

Please read this Guide to help you get started.

Keeping the Memory Alive

After making her appearing on 27th January 2015 on the morning edition of BBC Breakfast as an ambassador for the Holocaust Educational Trust, 6th Form Pent Valley student Charlotte (Lottie) Schulze, organised and hosted a commemorative Holocaust event, the same evening at the school.

Hosting with Jodie Herzog, another 6th Form Pent Valley student, the duo spoke eloquently about the importance of keeping the memory of the Holocaust alive.

Wheelchair Basketball

Pent Valley's Shepway School Games (SSG) team hosted a festival day of wheelchair basketball at Pent Valley School, in which twelve primary school teams were in action.

Witch-hunting at Pent Valley!

The English Department at Pent Valley honoured Shakespeare week in dramatic fashion last week. After a series of events during lessons, the team put on a free play in the school hall to mark the occasion for the students.

Extended Day at Pent Valley School

Pent Valley School’s Extended Day Programme was launched in September 2014 for all new Year 7 students. The aim behind the Extended Day Programme is to enable students to stay on at school until 5pm, in a supervised and constructive environment. Linked to the school’s Sports Academy status, the Extended Day Programme enables students the opportunity to try new, exciting sporting and creative opportunities within the local area.




Visitors Information

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers, visitors and outside agencies to share this commitment.

If you are visiting the school you will be required to show some ID to reception staff if you are not known to them as part of our safeguarding policy. Please have this ready when you arrive.

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Pent Valley,
Surrenden Road,
CT19 4ED
Tel: 01303 277161
Fax: 01303 279342
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