Last week, Jim from The Mobile Comic Factory came in to show us some cool comics! He also taught us how to make our own, just by folding and cutting a piece of paper! We were very inspired and had fun playing word and picture games and making our own comics!
Yesterday was Folkestone’s Forces Day and as it is one hundred years since the end of the First World War and women gaining the vote Folkestone council asked for our projects. This meant that all your wonderful projects were displayed in the Leas Cliff Hall so that lots of people could see them. Mrs Hines … Continue reading
Year 6 have really enjoyed reading ‘Fuzzy Mud’ by Louis Sachar this term. In some of their computing lessons they have worked to create a book trailer combining pictures, images and text to advertise the book. They certainly make you want to read it! See which video persuades you to pick up the book! … Continue reading
To culminate their work on the book ‘Fuzzy Mud’ by Louis Sachar Yr.6 made Fuzzy Mud slime. As slime is very popular at the moment, we have some ‘slime experts’ in our class. Each table had their own ‘slime expert’ who led the creation of the Fuzzy Mud. Some were more successful than others but everyone … Continue reading
Earlier this week St Mary’s School invited our Year 4 to watch their Year 4s perform the Wizard of Oz at the Leas Cliff Hall, so this afternoon we went to enjoy the show. The children enjoyed watching the performance and behaved very well, sitting extremely quietly and being supportive of the cast.
Last Thursday Year 3 transformed into Tudors. We came into school in amazing Tudor costumes before learning about the foods that were eaten during Tudor times. We learnt that the rich and poor had very different diets! We had a go at making our own butter which was actually quite delicious and made our own … Continue reading
As part of our World Book Day celebrations we had a visit from Wendy Shakespeare, the children’s editorial manager from Penguin Books. She worked with Yr.3 and Yr.6. Each class learnt a little about a publisher’s job and the books that she had worked on. They then took part in a quiz involving listening comprehension, … Continue reading
Today was World Book Day, to celebrate everyone dressed up a character from their favourite book. As you can see we had some amazing costumes! Each class showed their costumes to the whole school. We also all went to the bookshop to spend our World Book Day tokens, every child was able to ‘pay’ for … Continue reading
Today the whole of KS2 were lucky enough to go down to the Quarter House and see our fabulous Drama Club perform two different versions of A Midsummer Nights Dream. They were amazing! Everyone knew their lines and the acting was superb. As a Year 3 pupil noted the narrators read with real expression. The … Continue reading
This week Yr.6 have been writing scripts based on the Greek myth ‘Thesues and the Minotaur.’ In Ancient Greece plays were narrated by a chorus who sung the story. Year 6 also did this, some of them managed to weave some modern day songs to create a point, others wrote their own to well known tunes. … Continue reading